OBITUARY

Adolphus Barnes Lynch, Jr. “Dolph”

July 14, 1925April 20, 2014

Adolphus Barnes Lynch, Jr. “Dolph” was born in Florence, SC on July 14, 1925. He passed away after an extended illness on April 20, 2014. He came to Jacksonville at an early age, and was educated in the public schools, graduating from Robert E. Lee High School in 1943. Upon graduation, he joined the Navy during World War II and served in the Pacific on board the U.S.S Kasaan Bay.

After release from the Navy, he attended the University of Florida. He was associated in the insurance Field during his adult life, dealing mostly in Contractor’s Surety Business. He helped form Surety Associates, Inc. and was Vice President of that firm upon his retirement in 2001. He was a lifetime member of The Riverside Park United Methodist Church, a life Member of the Jacksonville Rotary Club, having been a member for over forty years, and an Honorary Life Member of the Florida Yacht Club, where he served on the board for many years. He is survived by his brother, George G. Lynch of Jacksonville, Florida.

Graveside funeral services will be held at two o’clock in the afternoon on Friday, April 25, 2014 in Oaklawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Riverside Park United Methodist Church, 819 Park St., 32204. HARDAGE-GIDDENS, THE OAKLAWN CHAPEL, 4801 San Jose Boulevard is serving the family.

Services

  • Graveside Service Friday, April 25, 2014
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Adolphus Barnes Lynch, Jr. “Dolph”

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May 28, 2014

I worked with Dolph for 23 yrs. at Surety Associates and continued to have contact with him until a few weeks ago. I have been trying to find out where he was since we only communicated thru cell phones. I was so upset when I found out he had passed away as I was still trying to find him. When they shut his cell phone off a few weeks ago, I thought maybe he just got very ill and not able to talk. I am soooo sorry I missed his services. He was a very dear friend of mine and I often decorated his house for Ga. vs Fl. week end - we had a very long rivalry! He was a great person and I will miss him so much. Debbie Jones

FROM THE FAMILY