Corey Clark Lynch

October 23, 1966 - August 28, 2023
Corey Clark Lynch

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Corey Clark Lynch, born on October 23, 1966, in Raleigh, NC, peacefully passed away on August 28, 2023, in Wilmington, NC. He was surrounded by his loving family during his final moments. Corey was 56 years old at the time of his passing.

Throughout his life, Corey held various jobs, including working as a butcher and delivering flowers at a local florist. His dedication and hard work were evident in all that he did. Corey’s passion for music and his talent as a drummer brought joy to those around him. He loved to cook and would often create delicious meals for his family and friends, showcasing his culinary skills.

Corey was a man who cherished his loved ones deeply. His family and friends meant the world to him, and he always made sure to show them how much he cared. He is survived by a son, Daniel Parks Lynch, and his daughter, Kristen Ann Lynch. Corey’s brother, Barry L. Lynch, and sister, Joy Coats (Eddie), were also important figures in his life. Additionally, he had a special friend, Wanda O’Neil, who brought happiness into his life, also her daughter Michelle Anthony who was a big help in Corey’s life.

Corey will be remembered for his kind heart, infectious laughter, and unwavering love for those around him. His positive spirit and uplifting presence served as an inspiration to all who knew him. While we mourn his loss, we are grateful for the beautiful memories he leaves behind.

May Corey Clark Lynch rest in eternal peace, knowing that he touched the lives of many and left an indelible mark on our hearts.

A memorial service will be held on 12:00 noon Saturday, September 23, at Calvary Baptist Church In Hamlet, NC

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  • September 12, 2023
    Joy says:
    Dear Baby Brother, I am so sorry that you didn't get to do all those things you wanted to do when you moved to Wilmington, but I am thankful for the 5-6 weeks I got to spend with you at my home. I know you were in pain and suffered from your injuries for almost half your life, but the struggle is over now. I trust that you are in Heaven with the LORD and that I'll see you again. Love you now.... your sister, Joy