Lynch, Jarrett F.

June 26, 1986 - June 24, 2013

Jarrett Franklin Lynch of Garland Texas, born June 26, 1986 rode off into the sunset on June 24, 2013. Survivors are Grandpa John McLendon, Parents Peggy and Glen Lynch, Brother Justin Lynch and his daughter Kendra, Uncle and Aunt Randy and Betty McLendon, Uncle Jamie McLendon,  Girlfriend Jenie Case, and all of his loyal friends. Services will be held at our Aria Preston location 19310 Preston Road, Dallas, TX  75252, Monday July 1, 2013 at 10 a.m. for viewing & visitation and 11 a.m. service.  Interment at Garland Memorial Cemetery will follow service.

Under the direction of:
Aria Cremation Service & Funeral Home
10116 E. NW Highway
Dallas, Texas 75238



19 replies on “Lynch, Jarrett F.”

Julian says:

When I last saw you Monday at work. I didnt know it would be the last time we’d see each other. I felt something was wrong when you didnt show up Tuesday. Now I know why. Jarrett you were a cool guy and a great friend and co-worker. I enjoyed working with you and everyone enjoyed having you around to make us laugh our socks off. You will truly be missed. God bless your family and friends you leave behind. Hope you made peace with God before you left.

Michelle Mathews says:

You will be greatley missed at all the family events you werelike a son to me a memeber of the family. all the family parties and gatherings want be the same with out your smiling face. You will be missed always and forever!

Randy and Betty says:

I can’t believe this has happened. We will miss your hugs. You were really a great nephew and the best bike rider

jamie mclendon says:

you were a great asset to everyone you knew and met, almost the perfect person and stunt biker.ill miss and remember you forever! Uncle jamie

Randy says:

We miss you

Deborah Hester Ruckman says:

My dear Family and friends. The loss of someone so young is unthinkable. Jarrett was a wonderful young man and loved his family dearly. He will be missed by all. Peggy I know this is a very hard time, but trust in the Lord and he will get you thru this time of loss. Keep your family close and talk about the good and wonderful times you had together and you will have a smile on your face when you think of your precious son and that will ease your heart. You and yours are with me in my prayers for you.

Love to you all, Debbie

Debbie Duke says:

I did not know Jarrett well, I saw him at Justin’s and riding his bike around town. But seeing how his friends came together to help raise funds for his funeral gave me the impression he was very special and very loved. My grand daughter Kendra has asked “Who will ride bikes with me now?” It broke my heart. Kendra said he was funny and made her laugh. I am so happy she will have the good memories of Jarrett in her life. That in itself will keep a part of him alive with all his friends and family. May God be with you all.
Love, Debbie Duke

Tina. Kendra and Matthew says:

Words do not express how we feel now that you are gone. I will never forget how you would eat cereal from a cooking pot and the sound of your laugh. You truly were an amazing person and Kendra will always remember you and misses you already. Countless times I came to your house to find Kendra jumping all over you and kicking your behind. We love you so much. You are Forever Loved

David G says:

RIP Jarrett. You are gone but not forgotten. GOD bless.

Katee says:

Jarrett you were the best man I know. You have brought so many people together its unreal. It’s not fair you have to go so soon, but I know you are watching over all of us. You will never ever be forgotten. Ride in peace man. I miss you already.

Jenie Case says:

I can’t accept that you’re gone. I love you more than anything, even so. I will never forget how we first met, the times we shared and the rare love that we shared. No matter what was said or done, it was always you and always will be. I miss you so much I can hardly stand it and I know Violet will too. Rest easy my love, I will wait until I can see you again.

To the family: thank you all for this wonderful person that I had the privilege of knowing and loving. My heart aches for you all and you will be in my thoughts always.

Katee says:

Jarrett you were a wonderful person and an even more amazing friend. It saddens my heart to know you went so young. Thank you for everything you have done for me. You have brought everyone together. I miss you so much. I will never forget you and you will always have a place in my heart. Ride in Peace my friend.

Chasidy henderson says:

Hey jarrett me and you weren’t all that close but I remember the day you and mike put on my clothes and you put your hair in a pony tail and talked like a girl it had me laughing so hard you also were the fastest person to drink a beer I’ve ever seen you were a good person and your death has made me question gods plan your death has affected me more then I thought it would every one mises you including me rip

Cherina Craft-Davidson says:

I never met him but I know he made jenie happy so that alone made him awesome. This has really impacted me, showing we just never know how much time we have with the people we love.

melissa Shawn gage & buddha says:

Jarrett its hard for me to put in words but first,We iove you more than words can say … u have been our brother and best friend for 12 years. You will always be “My Lil Girl”. You will be truly missed ..By the way,, Buddha says, “Well mom its time for me to learn to. RIDE

Amanda Lovelace says:

My sincerest condolences go out to Jenie and the rest of the Lynch family. I never had the pleasure of meeting Jarrett but I know he made my best friend a very happy woman. Life is unapologetically unfair sometimes and I wouldn’t wish this pain on anyone. RIP Jarrett. You will be missed by many.

Nancy Hanson says:

I did not know Jarrett, I do not know his family. But I do know that when God takes one this young, he has a special job for him to do in Heaven. I know this from the loss of my own brother at a very young age and how he appears in my dreams. I know he has a special job and I know God has a special plan for Jarrett. Rest in peace young man for now you will enter the Kingdom of Glory.

Melissa Self says:

I found out you had passed away and I can’t get you off my mind. I watched you grow up because we lived in the same apartments for years. I even babysit you. I hadn’t seen you or your family in years but we were all like family in those apartments so your passing it me hard. I know life wasn’t easy for you back then but I’m glad you found people that loved you and a place to belong. From reading what others have said it seems like you were getting to do what you always told me you wanted to do. BMX stuff. I’m so proud of you for sticking with your dream. Rest in peace. You are loved. God bless.

Robert Aguilar says:

I remember first night I met you bro. I was lil tipsey and they said u were call country and I thought they said crunchy. So frm there u was crunchy to me hahah. We All miss bro and wish I got to knw u more than I did. rest in peace brotha!! Till u meet us at the gate!!

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