In Loving Memory Louis J. Lynas

November 09, 1938
Stamford, CT
July 21, 2020
Fairfield, CT
Funeral Home

Spear-Miller Funeral Home

39 South Benson Road,
Fairfield CT US 06824

Service

Due to Covid-19, services will be private.

Cemetery

Family Gathering

Charity

St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital.

501 St. Jude Place,
Memphis,
TN 38105 (www.stjude.org) 800-822-6344



Louis J. Lynas

Louis James Lynas passed away peacefully at home on July 21, 2020 in Fairfield, CT surrounded by his wife and family. He was born on November 9, 1938 in Stamford, CT to the late Paula (Chapla) and Llewellyn Lynas.
Lou is survived by his loving wife and best friend, Marsha. Six children Jim (Jodi) Lynas, Chris (Peggy) Lynas, Kimberly Lynas, Timothy (Gabrielle) Lynas, Jennifer Zeiger and Brett (Jenny) Lynas. Fifteen grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. His in-laws, Marge and the late Tom Festa, Sister-in-law, Shirley Klein and brother in law Jim Smith as well as 7 nieces and 2 nephews.
Lou attended Fairfield Prep, graduated from Stamford High School and attended Rider College in Trenton, New Jersey. Then went on to Royal Liverpool School of Insurance, majoring in Property and Casualty underwriting.
He worked for many years in the Electronics Industry at Norden Division of UTC, Operations Manager for Path Computer then General Manager at Hamilton Avnet Electronics. Lou was a Real Estate Broker for many years. After his retirement Lou started a building business in lower Fairfield County, building custom homes.
Lou enjoyed fishing, sailing, golf, traveling and spending time with friends and family. Lou could be found many mornings at sunrise striper fishing on Shippan point or the Norwalk Islands.
He was a smart, loving and kind man who spread his love for life to everyone he met. He was also a man of great faith and proudly served as an Altar Server for 8 years at Holy Name Church in Stamford. Lou served for four years as Vice President of the Shippan Little League helping to develop the baseball field at West Beach in Stamford. He also spent many years volunteering at Holy Family Parish and with the special needs group at the Norwalk Oyster Festival.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St Jude Children’s Research Hospital, stjude.org or 800-822-6344.
Due to COVID-19 Services and Burial will be private.

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15 Guestbook Entries for Louis J. Lynas

  1. You are the love of my life and will be forever in my heart! Our memories are a gift of the wonderful life we shared.
    With love from here to the moon and back…
    Your loving wife, Marsha

    • Dear Marsha, my heart breaks for the loss of your true love Lou . I understand this type of loss/pain, and am here if you ever need to talk. You have lost your life companion, and it’s an adjustment learning to navigate the new normal. I have lots of resources and am here to help if you need it. DK can give you my cell if you want to reach out. Lou was a very kind man, and he will be dearly missed. Sending infinite love, comfort and healing. Hugs, Alex

  2. I will always remember our fun road trips and all of the laughs we have had through out the years. Love you forever my Lou Lou Bell, take care of all of the gang up there!
    Love Bird

  3. Big Lou, I found some of my best memories of Dad were spent when the 3 of us would sit at Duchess, and you and Dad would talk to me about real estate. I learned a lot at those lunch meetings! You loved our family, especially Dad, and even went to Omaha to bring him home for Michelle and I. I have the utmost respect for you, and I hope you are resting at peace, and you and Dad are back at the Duchess in the sky, talking real estate! God bless you, Big Lou! My thoughts and prayers to Marsha, Brett and the rest of your family. Best, Lisa & Jimmy Nuzzo

  4. Dearest Grandpa,
    Our memories together will be forever cherished. Thank you for all your guidance and love throughout the years. I am so proud to be part of your legacy. Until we meet again I will always be singing “You are my sunshine” Love your Granddaughter Diana Kathryn or as you would call me “Deeker”

  5. RIP Lou! You were a great person that gave me some great Real Estate advice . You always made it fun working on the fundraisers for Holy Family! Our community will very much miss you.
    Charlene Lebo

  6. Marsha, we are truly sorry for your loss. Having a wonderful partner like Lou makes the loss much more difficult. He is up in heaven with his two buddies, Tom and Carl as well as his Mom checking the real estate out.

  7. Lou,

    We will miss you so much. You are such a kind and loving person with a heart of gold. I will miss all the advice that you would give me over the years on just about anything. We are blessed that Christopher learned how to be a true Catholic by watching you every week in church over the past 11 years. We love you and will miss you so much. AnneMarie, Chris and Christopher Rice

  8. Marsha, we are so very sorry for your loss. Lou’s infectious smile will live in our hearts forever. Hugs and a big kiss from Bob & Gerry

  9. Dad, I know you’re watching over us. We love you and miss you. Hope you’re at peace.

    Love
    Jen, Colin, Liam, Finley and Sharon❤️

  10. Lou was a great friend with a huge heart. He brought a lot of laughs to our days at Enterprise. So many memories and stories. He will be missed so, RIP Lou. Love, Kim Roviello

  11. Dearest Marsha, my heart is grieving right along with you as I know you have lost your perfect soulmate. May your wonderful memories of your beloved Lou and the love of your family and friends sustain you during your tremendous loss.❤️🙏❤️

  12. Lou, you had such a tremendous love for God as well as your family. I will miss your sence of humor, your smile and your hugs. SIP, love you Lou, You will be close to my heart until we meet again.

  13. Marsha,i’m so sorry for your loss.Lou was a friend and co worker.I have many memories that I will treasure. There are so many Lou stories from our time at Enterprise that I truly believe he was a legend!R.I.P. my friend! Bob Ventresca

  14. This earth has lost a wonderful man and heaven is so lucky to have Lou. We are very blessed we got to meet this kind, fun, caring man years ago. He brought a smile to us and we always enjoyed his fascinating conversations. God bless you Marsha and may the wonderful memories of your beloved husband Lou live on in your heart forever. Sincerely, Linda and Fred