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Jeanine Lynch

Jeanine P. Lynch

Thursday, January 11th, 1934 - Thursday, January 2nd, 2020
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LYNCH, Jeanine Fay Patton died on January 2, 2020, in Voorhees, New Jersey. She was born January 11, 1934, in Jeannette, Pennsylvania, to the late Orion W. Patton and Elizabeth Marie Patton (Gardner). She was preceded in death by her husband of fifty-four years, Robert G. (Woody) Lynch (2014) and her brother, the Reverend Dr. M. Dean Patton (2013).
Jeanine graduated from Jeannette High School in 1951 and from the Latrobe School of Nursing in 1954. She became a registered nurse and worked in various hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio, and Pittsburgh, Erie, Jeannette, and Greensburg, Pennsylvania. After marriage and becoming the mother of two children, she continued to work full-time as a surgical nurse and also eventually graduated from the Westmoreland-Latrobe Hospitals’ School of Anesthesia. She worked as a certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA) and clinical instructor at Greensburg’s Westmoreland Hospital until her retirement.
After living for many years in Export, Pennsylvania, Jeanine and her husband began wintering in Venice, Florida, before building her dream house and relocating there. She enjoyed the weather and the cultural scene, led an active social life, and was a member of the Red Hats and the Daughters of the British Empire, where she was one of the few U.S.-born members.
Jeanine moved to Brandywine Assisted Living in Voorhees in 2015, where she was close to her son Eric and his family. She quickly became a presence at Brandywine, made many friends, and continued her active social life.
She is survived by her son Eric and his wife Rebecca of Voorhees, their children, Briana and Ryan, her daughter Susan Lynch and her partner Richard Dill of Cambridge, Massachusetts, her brother Orion Gardner (Bud) Patton of Sarasota, Florida, her sisters-in-law Mary Lou Neithamer of Erie and Audrey Patton of South Yarmouth, Massachusetts, her sister-in-law and brother-in-law Norma Jean (Jean) and Donald Kauffman of Greensburg, eight nephews and nieces, and many friends.
In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory can be made to the Samaritan Center at Voorhees (https://samaritannj.org/giving/). A memorial service will be held at Brandywine Assisted Living on January 4, 2020 at 11 AM.
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    Saturday, January 4th, 2020 | 11:00am
    When
    Saturday, January 4th, 2020 11:00am
    Location
    Brandywine Assisted Living, 311 Route 73, Voorhees, NJ 08043
    Address
    Address not given

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Cheryl Flaherty

Posted at 11:04am
eric and family~i only met your mother earlier this year when she started frequenting AVM. she and i in our brief friendship, shared many entertaining and thoughtful conversations, and i always enjoyed seeing her in my book and spending time in her company. she spoke highly of all of you, i am so sorry for your loss, and will miss her.
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Bernadette Boyce

Posted at 08:57pm
Jeanine and I were nurse anesthetist classmates. We enjoyed so many wonderful experiences and laughs together. Once driving to class at Latrobe Hospital in my Ford Falcon, I downshifted to cross a one lane bridge. The gear shift came off the steering column. Although, we made it over the bridge, we screamed the entire way. Then laughed until we cried. I will miss her very much. 🙏🙏🤬
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