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Gerrald Jaime Lynch

4 October, 19393 January, 2021

Dr. Gerrald Jaime Lynch, 81 of Rogers, passed away Sunday, January 3, 2021. Gerrald was born October 4, 1939 in Springdale, Arkansas to the late Hollis Darryl and Eula Mae (Page) Lynch. In addition to his parents, Gerrald is also preceded in death by his son, Mike Lynch. Gerrald graduated from Springdale High School before attending University of Arkansas School of Pharmacy where he graduated and later earned a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree. He worked for Rose Drug and Rogers Pharmacy for 19 years and then for St. Mary/Mercy Hospital for 23 years. Gerrald was a member of First United Methodist Church in Rogers, Arkansas. Those left to cherish Gerrald’s memory include: wife of 62 years, Dolores Lynch of the home; children, Jeff Lynch (Stephanie) of New York and Karen Lynch Kruse (Tim) of Ohio; grandchildren, Basil, Gage, Sutton, and Scout Lynch, and Emma Kruse; and sister, Sara Lyon (Jimmy) of Rogers, Arkansas. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial contributions be made to the Parkinson’s Foundation, Gerrald is in the care of Rollins Funeral Home, Rogers, Arkansas and memories and condolences may be shared at


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Jim Johnson

9 January 2021

I was saddened to learn of Gerrald’s passing this week. He was a invaluable core member of the Pharmacy staff at. St Mary’s Hospital for more than 20 years. I will remember him as a valued friend and colleague for many years as we both began our careers working for Ivan Rose.
My sincere condolences to Delores and the family, whom I will keep in my personal prayers as they mourn their loss.

Jim Johnson

David Cook

6 January 2021

I remember Uncle Jimmy he always happy, and would answer any question we may have concerning medications. He also help teach me how to water ski out a beaver lake. Him and another uncle would try to knock us off the ski’s it was a lot of fun. Jimmy will be missed not only by family and friends that knew him like we did. Thanks Jimmy for the great times. God Bless you and keep you.

Pat Broock

6 January 2021

Please accept my deepest sympathy for the loss of Gerald. I worked with Gerald at both Rose Drug and later at St Mary Hospital, he was my mentor when I moved to Arkansas.
Sincerely, Pat Brock

Ron Curran

6 January 2021

I worked with Gerrald @ St. Mary’s & Mercy. Gerrald was a very good pharmacist and had a great work ethic. He was a good friend to so many at work. I know he loved his family very much. He always had a great wit. He told me story about Jeff going to mow the lawn. Gerrald arrives home Jeff jumps up and says dad I’m just fixin to mow the lawn. Jeff new he should have started & completed job. Gerrald will be missed by all who knew him.