Cuffe-McGinn Funeral Home

157 Maple Street Lynn, MA 01904


  • John M Kobuszewski

    Funeral Director

    A Lynn funeral director for more than 40 years, John brings many years of experience and expertise to area families. Born and raised in Salem, he is a long-time Lynn resident and homeowner. "People helping people and the satisfaction of providing guidance at a difficult and stressful time is a rewarding experience that I enjoy witnessing everyday," said John. As an active community member, John serves as cantor at St. Joseph’s Church in Lynn and is a former member of the Parish Finance Committee. When he is not in the funeral home, John can be seen at various charity events in the community. He also enjoys antiques, genealogy and tracing family histories.

  • Joseph P Markey

    Funeral Director

    Joseph has been providing care and comfort to families in the Lynn and North Shore areas since 1996. A strong believer in achieving peace of mind and providing exceptional service and satisfaction for those served, Joe has been able to use his expertise to help many families plan, document and secure their wishes in advance, alleviating additional stress for family members. Joe is a graduate of Phillips Academy in Andover, Pomona College and University of Massachusetts Boston.

    Born and raised in Lawrence, Joe is also an advocate for public service and giving back to the community. He has been an active member and officer of several service organizations including the Rotary Club, the Ancient Order of Hibernians and St. Vincent de Paul, among others. Prior to his career in funeral service, Joe served as deputy commissioner of Banks for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

    Joe lives in Bradford with his daughter and enjoys spending time with his family, especially outdoors—biking and hiking on the North Shore and in New Hampshire.

  • Rachel Lee Spencer

    Funeral Director

    Rachel Spencer is a Funeral Director who has been providing care to the families in Lynn as member of Cuffe-McGinn for Five years. She works with all families to provide a service that best reflects their loved ones life. She believes that a funeral or memorial service is something that only happens once and should be tailored for every family. Everyone has his or her own unique story, and they should have a service that expresses how they would like to be remembered.

    She became a licensed funeral director in 2018 after graduating from Fine Mortuary College in 2016. Rachel is also an advocate and supporter of the Shriners Burn Hospital, the Samaritans of hope for suicide prevention and supports many others.

    Born in Stoneham, raised in Wakefield, Rachel is now a proud Lynn resident and enjoys just being able to enjoy the outdoors. Either going for hikes on the North Shore, New Hampshire and Maine or finding a new spot to take pictures and relax.