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Henry A. Lynch
January 31, 1931 ~ April 15, 2020 (age 89)
Obituary & Services
Henry A. Lynch, of West Mifflin, passed away unexpectedly at home on April 15, 2020. He was the beloved husband of 64 years to Barbara Ann (Beserock) Lynch; loving father of Susan (Zoltan) Palffy, Richard (Karen) Lynch, Lisa (Daniel) Carnovale, and Lori (Jeffrey) Pike; devoted grandfather of Christopher (Liz) Palffy, Carolyn (Alex) Becker, Craig Palffy, Kurt Palffy, Nicholas Carnovale, Nathan Carnovale, Jack Carnovale, Benjamin Carnovale, Kendall Carnovale, Sara Pike, Scott Pike, and Sean Pike; great-grandfather of Hannah Becker and Christine Palffy; son of the late Charles and Viola (Tyburski) Lynch; and loving brother of Eleanor (Lynch) Nigro. He was preceded in death by siblings, Carl Lynch, Delores (Lynch) Gabany, Eugene Lynch, and Leonard Lynch; brother-in-law of George (Shirley) Beserock III and Geraldine (Peter) Nee. Henry was a veteran of the Korean War, a long-time member of the Knights of Columbus, a retired nuclear engineer at Westinghouse Bettis Plant, and a member of St. Therese Lisieux Catholic Church in Munhall. He was warm and loving with a good sense of humor, loved gardening, painting, visits to Disney World and Siesta Key, going on cruises, and spending time with family. He was a cancer survivor. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society at cancer.org or Catholic Charities, Diocese of Pittsburgh at ccpgh.org. Private services entrusted to the SAVOLSKIS-WASIK-GLENN FUNERAL HOME, INC., 3501 Main Street, Munhall, PA 15120. Entombment at St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, North Versailles.
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