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Lynar, Thomas R. Sr. September 4, 1945 - December 6, 2021

Thomas Raymond Lynar, Sr. of Mansfield, New Jersey passed away on Monday, December 6, 2021, at the age of 76.  After battling Diabetes, Leukemia, and a multitude of other health related issues through the years, Thomas died peacefully with his wife Trix by his side.

Thomas was born in Dumont, New Jersey on September 4, 1945; to father, Edward Andrew and mother ,Ruth Smith.  He is the middle of three children.  He graduated from the first graduating class of Morris Knolls High School in 1964.

Thomas was a man of many faces and was one of the hardest working men that God ever created.  Thomas worked for Coca Cola Enterprises, Williams and Hibler Lumber Yard, and Grand Union sometimes working more than one job at a time.  Thomas was an entrepreneur who owned a liquor store, vending business, and sign making business through the years. This is only half the work that he did as he took a thirteen hundred square foot, run down house from the 1840’s and built it into more than a four-thousand-square foot beautiful home.  A home that he loved to entertain at and invite everyone he knew and loved to celebrate holidays, birthdays, and life in general.   Thomas did all this while caring for his family and loved ones, traveling, and enjoying life.  Helping family and friends with projects, additions, decks, and anything that anyone needed is what he did.  Thomas spent his life working on making sure those that were around him were comfortable and happy.  Thomas also taught his children and grand children so much through the years.  Tom accomplished an incredible amount throughout his life and left a lasting impression on all that knew him.  He will be in our hearts always, may he rest in peace.

Thomas was preceded in death by his parents and brother Edward Lynar Jr.  He is survived by his wife Trix Lynar; children Dawn Marie Lynar, Thomas Raymond Lynar Jr., Jason Todd Lynar, and Sean Thomas Lynar; grandchildren Sean Robert Kondra, Jackson Elijah Lynar, Noah Oliver Lynar, Brandon Thomas King, Natalie Olivia Lynar, and Madison Grace Lynar.

A memorial visitation will be held at the Cochran Funeral Home, 905 High Street, Hackettstown, NJ on Saturday, December 11, 2021 from 1-2pm with a memorial service to begin at 2 pm.

 

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    Dayle Back says

    Trix & Family
    Deepest & most heartfelt condolences on the loss of such a wonderful man. Tom will always be remembered for his kind & loving nature. I’m just so sad, for you, me & all the people who’s hearts he touched. Rest easy in God’s arms Thomas, you will be missed.
    Love, Dayle

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    Paul & Robin Wallace says

    Dear Trix & Family
    My Wife Robin and I were very saddened to here of Tom’s both decline and eventual passing.
    I have so many fond memories of Tom, and as saddened as I am, it sure pales in comparison to the sadness and pain you are going through.
    We ask our Heavenly FATHER to comfort you as only HE can through Christ Jesus our LORD.
    GOD Bless You all
    In Christ alone
    Paul & Robin

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    Ken Brown says

    Rest In Peace Tom. I will always remember you as a kind and friendly person. My condolences to Trixie and your family. God Bless them.

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    Joy and Les Snyder says

    Trixie and family: We are so saddened to hear of the passing of Tom. Those that knew him knew what a kind and friendly person he always was to everyone. Our Sincere Condolences to the entire family on this terrible loss to you all. Joy and Les Snyder…

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    Patty Eskow says

    Trixie we are so sorry and saddened to her about Tom.. He was a good man and everybody loved him. My heart is broken and we send our condolences to you and your family with Love .RIP Tom

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    Kevin Smith says

    Trix, I’m sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts and prayers for you and your family during this time of sorrow.

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    Diana Dove; Founder Karen Nash Memorial Butterfly Garden says

    The children and volunteers of the Karen Nash Memorial Butterfly Garden remember Mr. Tom Lynar as the man who handcrafted beautiful birdhouses for our school garden fundraiser at Memorial School in Washington Borough. When a woodworker craftsman was needed, he reached out and volunteered his valuable time… he hand cut the replacement wood for our original wooden memorial benches of our all-volunteer schoolyard wildlife habitat pollinator garden. He offered his time and expertise so generously, always with an eager smile. Tom will be remembered as a unique volunteer who made a significant contribution. After we described the help needed, with a positive attitude, he replied, “I can do that!.” Tom is a role model who made this world a better place.

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    Phil & Cathy Homner says

    A dear friend who didn’t know how to say no. He was always there to lend a hand or give advice. You will be truly missed Tom. Our hearts are broken. Rest in Peace, God Bless.

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    nicholas bencivengo says

    Trix & Family, We are so sorry for your loss! Tom was a a wonderful man.
    Our prayers are with you and the family! R.I.P. Tom.

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    Mihaela Vos says

    There is no way , this world can be the same without Tom ! Life needs “a Tom “ to see how you do things, how you look to some problems, how you solve them , how you keep your identity and integrity with a sinecere smile …and how you love unconditionaly !
    Thank you Tom for everything!
    Dear family across the ocean, we hope you will find a way to survive this terrible loss. !
    Love you all ! Carl & Mihaela Vos

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    Dottie Kappers says

    Trix and family, so sorry to hear you lost Tom, he was a fighter for sure. Sending prayers and hugs to you.

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