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Kenneth E. Lynch, 63, of Temple, NH passed away on Sunday, November 27, 2022 from a long battle with a severe infection at Catholic Medical Center In Manchester, NH. He was born November 26, 1959 in Cambridge, MA to parents John and Doris (Palmer) Lynch who predeceased him.
Ken met his wife Laura on New Years Day 1997, and they have been together ever since. They both loved music and singing together. He loved playing his guitar. He enjoyed the outdoors, riding his Harley, and fishing. He enjoyed watching TV and loved a good cup of coffee and smoking weed. He had a very good sense of humor. He loved and enjoyed spending time with his puppies.
Ken is survived by his wife Laura (Rocco) Lynch of Temple, NH; his sons Christopher Thomas, Ken Lynch JR. and his wife Kristin of Danvers, MA, Jason Lynch and his wife Adi of Woburn, MA, Matthew Thomas and his wife Jennifer of Methuen, MA, his daughter Leah Lynch and her husband Earl Nickerson of Framingham, MA and his daughter Crystal Bradley and her husband Jimmy Bradley of Plymouth, MA. He was survived by 13 beautiful grandchildren.
He was also survived by his brother in law Dom Rocco and his wife Carmina of Nashua, NH , his sisters in law Ro Rocco and Tina Stevenson both of San Diego CA and several nieces and nephews. Ken loved his mother and father in-law, Catherine and Domenic Rocco who predeceased him
Ken left his close friends Jackie Skidmore, Bill Smart, Lucy Jankowski, Mark and Anne DiCicco, Mary Ann Watkins and Kevin Carten who all loved him like a brother.
A celebration of life will be held after the new year. Information to follow.
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