Robert Lynch Obituary, Newark Firefighters Pipe Band Road Manager Has Died

Robert Lynch Obituary, Death – Our hearts are broken to inform you of Robert Lynch’s demise. Robert was a dependable friend to many and a source of laughter and good cheer. As the Newark Firefighters Pipe Band’s devoted road manager, he exemplified the department’s and the band’s commitment to service. His unrelenting dedication and constant presence will be missed.

Our hearts go out to his loved ones at this difficult time. Peace be with him forever. The Newark St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee is heartbroken over the passing of Robert Lynch, our beloved Sergeant-at-Arms. Please remember his family in your prayers as they go through this trying time. The specifics of the plan will be revealed at the appropriate time.

While individuals we care about may be far away, they are never far from our thoughts. Still loved, still missed, and always remembered with fondness. This morning I learned of the death of a close friend. After serving time in jail, Robert Lynch was instrumental in giving me a second opportunity and helping me on my path to establishing a stable home life.

The basis of who I am today was laid by his compassion. Please join me in a minute of silence for Robert Lynch, who was the owner of Kilkenny’s Ale House on Halsey Street in Newark, New Jersey. We shall miss you and never forget you. Be at peace with God. In 2018, I was honored by being selected as the parade’s Grand Marshal in West Orange.

It was an honor to participate in the parade with my loved ones and the families of three extraordinary Deputy Grand Marshals: Brad Squires, Sean McGinley, and Robert Lynch. We were inseparable during the Parade Season. My heart sunk last night when I learned of Rob’s passing. A guy has been lost. I have no doubt that Rob is at peace in the arms of the Blessed Mother, who will keep watch over his loved ones from above. Rob and his loved ones would appreciate your continued prayers.