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Official Obituary of: Patricia Sullivan Lynch, 66, on February 9, 2023

Patricia Sullivan Lynch, 66, on February 9, 2023

SOUTH ATTLEBORO – Patricia Lynch, 66, of South Attleboro, passed away peacefully on Thursday, February 9, 2023 at HopeHealth Hulitar Hospice Center in Providence, RI. 

Born on August 30, 1956, Pat was raised in North Attleboro, Massachusetts by William F. Sullivan and Solange (Saulnier) Sullivan. She was married in June 1977 to her loving and devoted husband, Stanley Lynch. They resided in Attleboro Mass and raised 9 children. 

In addition to her beloved husband of over 45 years, Stanley, she is survived by her three siblings Cynthia Bousquet, William Michael Sullivan and Pamela Gaboury, her 9 children: Katherine Lynch, Meghan Ellis (husband Kenneth), Michaela Lynch-Nunez (husband Edison), Justin Lynch (wife Lacie), John Lynch (fiancé Nicole), Andrew Lynch, Jennia Lynch (husband Tigel), Mathew Lynch and her seven grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by son Robert Lynch. 

Pat was a graduate of Bishop Feehan Class of 1974 and Framingham State College Class of 1978. She was employed by the Providence Performing Arts Center and Veterans Memorial Auditorium as the House manager and by Spooky World Inc as a costume designer and lead seamstress.

She enjoyed crafting, reading, a good reality show, the theater, camping, and everything her grandchildren were interested in.

A time for visitation will be held on Tuesday, February 14, 2023 from 4:00 to 7:00 PM in the Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove Street, North Attleboro, followed by a memorial service in celebration of Pat’s life at 7:00 PM. Relatives and friends are most warmly invited to attend.

In lieu of flowers please make donations in her name to : Collecting Chaos OK. An organization that helps teens and families in foster care.  Checks can be written to Amy Burnett-Wolf for collecting chaos and mailed to Meghan Ellis at 64 Cascade terr. Walpole Ma 02081.

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  • So sorry to Stanley and the children on the passing of Pat.  She was a warm and loving person, and she will be deeply missed by all.  I got to know her, Stanley and the kids as she lived next door to my sister.  Rest in peace, Pat.

  • Stanley, I am so sorry to hear about Pat’s passing.  I have so many fond memories of years gone by.  My sincere condolences and sending love for you and your family.?

  • I’m so sorry to hear of Pat’s passing, I volunteered with her at PPAC. She was such a kind and giving person, I was in awe of all the wonderful things she did for others. The world is a better place having had her in it. My sympathies for your loss. 

  • Pat was the most patient,kind and generous person I have ever met. I will miss her terribly. My prayers go out to Stanley and her family. 

  • So very sorry to hear.  I knew her through ushering at PPAC and treasure those memories of a lovely, warm human being.  

  • Pat will be forever missed by all who loved her and were loved by her!! She touched so many lives and all who where her friends and family knew that she cared, listened and gave her all. I’ll always miss you and your warm heart and smile, Pat❤️

  • To the Lynch Family, we are so sorry for your loss!! You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Pat was the Best!! She was a nurturer by nature and Pat was So easy to Love! We will miss her terribly. We were so lucky to have her in our lives for the last 45 years. Much Love, God Bless and Rest in the sweetest peace??❤️ 

  • My deepest sympathy to all of Pat’s family. She was a shining light and it was so much fun to work with her at SpookyWorld. I shall treasure those memories with Pat and Meg in the wardrobe trailer sharing stories, and at Joann’s laughing while getting supplies. Her kind and loving nature was her gift to us; a blessing for which I shall always be grateful. 

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  1. My deepest sympathy to all of Pat’s family. She was a shining light and it was so much fun to work with her at SpookyWorld. I shall treasure those memories with Pat and Meg in the wardrobe trailer sharing stories, and at Joann’s laughing while getting supplies. Her kind and loving nature was her gift to us; a blessing for which I shall always be grateful. 

  2. To the Lynch Family, we are so sorry for your loss!! You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Pat was the Best!! She was a nurturer by nature and Pat was So easy to Love! We will miss her terribly. We were so lucky to have her in our lives for the last 45 years. Much Love, God Bless and Rest in the sweetest peace??❤️ 

  3. Pat will be forever missed by all who loved her and were loved by her!! She touched so many lives and all who where her friends and family knew that she cared, listened and gave her all. I’ll always miss you and your warm heart and smile, Pat❤️

  4. So very sorry to hear.  I knew her through ushering at PPAC and treasure those memories of a lovely, warm human being.  

  5. Pat was the most patient,kind and generous person I have ever met. I will miss her terribly. My prayers go out to Stanley and her family. 

  6. I’m so sorry to hear of Pat’s passing, I volunteered with her at PPAC. She was such a kind and giving person, I was in awe of all the wonderful things she did for others. The world is a better place having had her in it. My sympathies for your loss. 

  7. Stanley, I am so sorry to hear about Pat’s passing.  I have so many fond memories of years gone by.  My sincere condolences and sending love for you and your family.?

  8. So sorry to Stanley and the children on the passing of Pat.  She was a warm and loving person, and she will be deeply missed by all.  I got to know her, Stanley and the kids as she lived next door to my sister.  Rest in peace, Pat.

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