Charles (Chick) Albert Lynch III, age 75 years young died after a brief illness on March 19, 2022. Chick was a lifelong proud resident of Pitman. He is predeceased by his parents Charles and Helen Lynch and his two sisters, Anita Braun and Shirley Fanfarillo.
He graduated from Pitman High School in 1964 and then went on to get a Bachelor of Art Psych Degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1969. After graduating he worked for the Gloucester County Probation Office as the Principal Probation Officer/Court Services Supervisor II from 1972 to 2001 at which time he retired. Chick spent many summers at his family's summer house in Gandys Beach fishing and water skiing. On many Friday nights you could find Chick and his friend Walt enjoying dinners at either Rexi's or Will's. Chick spent his retired years traveling to Amusement Parks with Walt as he was an active member of the American Coaster Enthusiasts. Chick was a very proud Wisconsin University Alumni and enjoyed traveling with his nephews out to Wisconsin to see several football games. You could always find Chick in front of his television whenever Wisconsin was playing cheering them on no matter what sport it was.
Chick looked forward to his monthly luncheon dates (mostly held at the Barnsboro Inn) and occasional dinners with his faithful group of friends; Sally, Cheryl, Wayne, Bob, Ellen, Michael, Anna, Bob, and Kevin. He also enjoyed his regular shopping trips and dinners with his very good friend Rita and his monthly haircuts (37 years) with Janine. Chick enjoyed working outside in his flower beds and watching old movies into the wee hours of the morning. He will be greatly missed by many.
Chick is survived by his nephews and niece, Phillip Fanfarillo (Monica), Betty Ann Kuhn (Eric) and Michael Fanfarillo (Terri). Also survived by six great nephews and nieces, Michael, Visce, Erin, Kristina, Brandon, and Nicole and five great-great nephews and nieces, Michael, Brooke, Brayden, Coralie and Jennifer.
Services will be private by the family and held later this year in Cape May.