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Jan Lois Lynch

Chandler, Indiana

Feb 20, 1943 – Oct 18, 2018 (Age 75)

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Jan Lois LynchEvansville, INJan Lois Lynch of Evansville, Indiana and native of Boston Massachusetts passed away on October 18, 2018. Her sudden and untimely death came as quite a shock as she was only diagnosed with advanced COPD, advanced emphysema, advanced heart disease, cystic fibrosis,...

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That was the best obituary,. Ive ever read, and makes me wish I knew her. She sounds like someone I could relate to! I can only hope to be half the woman she was! God Bless you all, and thank you for sharing such awesome words to describe a woman who we all could learn from. Your love is evident

Rest peacefully in God's loving arms Miss. Jan Lynch. I have never met you but, because of this wonderful telling of your life, that made me laugh, I actually saw your Wonderful life and I thank you for guiding my fingers to your obituary, I see you standing next to my sister Keisha Alexander with your arm around her and you both are laughing and giving me the thumbs up. I was looking at my sister Keisha's obituary and it was hurting me so much and for some reason it felt as though something...

I am so sorry for your loss. May God soothe your hearts and minds during this difficult time and may you find comfort in knowing that your loved ones are precious to him and is in his memory. Psalms 116:15

I do wish I had known her, as we may be related! Carry on!...right past the signs and rules!

I'm so, so sorry to hear of Jan's passing. I worked with her at Target. She was always positive, had a great smile, a joke, and a wonderful laugh. She was so much fun to be around. I think of her often. She will be greatly missed. May peace and comfort be with all of her loving family and friends. RIP, Jan.

Godspeed Jan...

RIP Jan....

Tammy Davis in Vermont

Don't. Know her...but I'm truly sorry I never met this truly awesome woman. We would have been good friends no doubt! RIP! And please let Jesus know that I appreciate my answered prayers?