Christopher Edward Lynch - 'Chris'

Christopher Edward Lynch - 'Chris'

22.03.1985 - 12.01.2022

Chris passed away on 12th January 2022 aged 36 years. He will be sadly missed by Georgina and all his family and friends.



Miss you mate x

Valerie Lynch


Fond memories of the laughter on our table at Elizabeth’s and Nathan’s wedding. The banter between you , Ad and Pete was hilarious! Keep telling your funny stories up there Chris. Rest in Peace. Love from Val Pete lexi and all the family x



You’ll definitely be missed cuz. Whenever we were over in England,
I used to love watching you have banter with Ad and Pete you were definitely the entertainment.
There was never a dull moment with you around.
I do have a funny story about you when we were kids but I can’t write that on this page.
I’m going to get you back though when I see you again.

Catherine,Rob and Jayden.



The impact you had on so many people’s lives cannot be overstated, a genuine good guy with a strong character who was always a great guy to come to for advice and help. The laughs and banter you did bring can never be forgotten and do live on, may you rest up easy.



Sorry I couldn’t be there today to say goodbye mate…. You and your family are in my thoughts.
I will always remember your cheeky smile and the way you looked out for me…. Bye for now little lynchio…. Till we meet again xx



Never had the pleasure of meeting you Chris but you were a big part of my brothers lives and one of those will be carrying you onto your next journey today. You were taken so young and clearly left a big hole in the hearts of those who knew you. The angels gain a very special gift today, have a blinder up there mate Xxxx

Paul OBrien


Hi Chris, I remembered the first time we met, you came for a job interview. Strutting into the hotel, Mr Confident! You had every right to be as you were perfect for the job, I think it was about 20 minutes and I offered you the position. Soon after it was football talk for about an hour ( there’s a shock!) you in Ronaldo’s camp and me in Messi’s. We never got to socialise mulch (my loss) but there was always great banter when we did meet up. Chris the strength, fight and determination you showed throughout your illness was and always will be a inspiration to us all. My prayers, heart and love are with all your family, friends and your lovely lady and wife Georgina ( you definitely scored there buddy must have been you personality !) in my eyes nobody ever gone , your just having a long sleep. We will meet again one day and we will finish our football chat! “No more tears or pain, just happy memories when we speak your name” God Bless Chris x

Steve and Janet


Run free with Karo xxx

Janet and Steve


When it rains we know you will be up there making them cry with laughter. Rest In Peace Chris.
With love from Janet, Steve and family xxx

Siobhan Barry


Sincere sympathy to Bernie and all the family and to his wife Georgina .May he rest in peace.Siobhan Thomas Barry , and family Clonakilty.

Agnes Hayes


Sincere sympathy to all the Lynch family and Georgina and her family. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Rest in peace Chris you will have the best bed in heaven . Agnes Tim Gemma and Clodagh Hayes Clonakilty

Susan Highfield


Chris, can't believe your gone, you'll always be in my thoughts. I want to thank you for the fun times we had and the happiness you gave my daughter. Your a legend and so was Karo your dog who will be laid to rest with you. I love the spoon you gave me for Christmas, I will treasure it always. Love Suebo xxx

Christine Jennings


Our Sincere Sympathy to all the Family his beautiful Bride his Parents and siblings From Christine Harry and Family Clonakilty Ireland

Geraldine Jennings


Unbelievably brave and always with a smile. Gone far too soon. They say God only takes the best, well He got his wish for sure this time. R.I.P Chris

Victoria Modica-Morgan


Really gutted this happened to you you fought so strong, RIP Chris sending love and thoughts to the family xxx
Hmm the only funny story I can remember of us was one my mum had shared with me, when we were toddlers, you had a timmy mallet toy and were duffing me with it. So I had found a tennis racket and duffed you with that ‍♀️ Oops

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