Deborah Lynch

Obituary of Deborah S. Lynch

Deborah "Debbie" Lynch, age 73, went to be with her heavenly Father on Thursday, February 22, 2024, with her loving husband and brother Paul by her side. Debbie's story began in Plainfield, NJ, and unfolded in Hackensack, NJ, then she moved to Paramus, NJ in her junior year of high school. In 1970 she married William Lynch, who was still in the U.S. Army, and moved to Ft. Hood, Texas to finish his enlistment. In 1973,  she embraced life in North Plainfield, NJ before making Green Brook, NJ their home for 4 decades.

Debbie alongside her husband, was the driving force behind Best Friend Marketing LLC where they manufactured and retailed Dog Training products at various venues. However, her heart truly belonged to her grandkids and spending time with her daughters, Sharon and Susan, and their families. Debbie was also involved in youth ministry, couples ministry, children's ministry, and hospitality services at their church, all rooted in her profound faith in Jesus Christ.

Her sanctuary was their cabin in Pennsylvania, which is affectionately referred to as "The Shack in the Woods''. Debbie believed that everyone was welcome there and would always provide great food and fellowship around the campfire.

Debbie's memory will live on, not just in the echoes of her deeds, but in her incredible smile, contagious laugh, and profound love for everyone she knew. 

She is survived by her beloved husband, William "Bill" Lynch, her two daughters, Sharon Lynch-Del Negro, and Susan Lipyanek, and her husband, Bob; her three siblings, Peter and his wife, Denise, Paul and his wife, Debbie, and Dave; and her cherished grandchildren, Gianna, Bobby, Sammie, and Ally.

A Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, March 14th, 2024,  at 10:30 a.m., at Evangel Church, 1251 Terrill Rd., Scotch Plains, NJ, and a repast will follow immediately after her memorial service.

In honor of Debbie's legacy, memorial donations can be directed to the Center for Hope where she received Palliative Care and Hospice service. Donations can be mailed to the following address:

Center for Hope, 1900 Raritan Road, Scotch Plains, NJ 07076

(908) 889.7780


Memorial Service

10:30 am
Thursday, March 14, 2024
Evangel Church
1251 Terrill Road
Scotch Plains, New Jersey, United States
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