Phone: 215-543-9339 (24-hour Availability)

Brennan P. Lynch

BRENNAN P. LYNCH, passed away on June 1st 2019. Beloved son of Thomas F. Lynch and Darlene M. Lynch. Devoted brother of Thomas L. Lynch. Cherished grandson of James Rowan and (late) Lorraine Rowan ; (late) Thomas Lynch and (late) Deborah Lynch. He is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Brennan was born on December 22, 2002. He was the best Christmas present our family could have ever received. Brennan was the most charismatic and hysterical kid you could have ever known. He would have all of us bent over and crying from laughter. The best thing about that was, that was just Brennan. His personality outshone everyone around him. If Brennan was in the room, everyone knew it. Whether it was his elaborate story telling or his crazy questions. His “my only gots one boot” or his “couldn’t have been me, I pee square.” We have so many stories that are now cherished memories. There wasn’t a person or place Brennan knew or traveled to that people didn’t love and flock to him. ~Family~

Brennan was surely a character. To have known him was truly a blessing. He showed complete and utter compassion and love to everyone he came in contact with. He was charming and had a sharp sense of sarcasm. The type of person you cherish for eternity. To each of us, Brennan was something different, but we are all here because we share the same love for him. He has impacted us all in a way we will never forget because he is unforgettable. ~Trinity~

Brennan was charming and hysterical, he could never fail to make you smile. He was surely a one of a kind person, there is and never will be someone as unique as Bren. This most definitely left an impact on the city itself – he was loved by everyone he ever met. They always said the good die young, now he is a heavenly angel, and Philly demon, stamped.

Please join the Lynch family after 3:30 pm Saturday, June 8th at Delaware Valley Cremation Center, 7350 State Road Philadelphia, PA 19136. Brennan’s viewing will take place from 3:30 until 5:30, with his memorial tribute beginning at 5:30. There will be time for refreshments and fellowship immediately afterwards, from around 6:00 until 7:30 pm, where Brennan’s family will be accessible to receive the loving comfort of your condolences, remembrances and support.

Phone: 215-543-9339