WORCESTER-Brendan C. Lynch, 57, passed away suddenly on Monday, July 17.
His life-long partner, Robin Puzo passed away in 2022. He leaves three children, Ryan A. Lynch, and his loving partner, Nadgalyn Campudoni, Keegan N. Lynch and Angela Puzo all of Worcester; six grandchildren, Ryker Lynch, Sophia Webley, Vincent Puzo, Aryah Fernandes, Juju and Anthony Rivera; a sister, Eilyana Verdini and her husband Paul of Holden, three brothers, Michael C. Lynch of Worcester, Seamus Lynch of Millbury, Patrick S. Lynch and his wife Sharon of Sturbridge and nieces and nephews. Two brothers, Timothy and Neil Lynch predeceased him. He was born in Worcester, son of the late Cornelius and Eileen (Tangney) Lynch and lived in the Vernon and Grafton Hill area all his life and graduated from North High School.
Brendan worked as a skilled roofer alongside his brother for S. Lynch Builders. Family, music, movies and working spending time with his brother were just a few of his many loves. He was a loving and beloved Father, Pa, Brother, uncle and friend. He had a great sense of humor always knowing how to make a room laugh and was loved by everybody that met him. Brendan came from a family of musicians and looked up to his two oldest brothers who he loved making music with and showing his music to. Brendan, a singer, song writer and guitarist, is known throughout the Worcester music scene, where he was in many bands over the years including the Noizy boyz and most recently The Bammies. He was an avid reader and loved a good movie. He will be greatly missed.
Visiting Hours are Tuesday, July 25 from 4-7pm with a Prayer Service at 6:30pm at Callahan Fay Caswell Life Celebration Home, 61 Myrtle St. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to, the American Diabetes Assoc. atwww.diabetes.org