Mourning the Loss of Long Time Pro-Lifer Who Passed Within Months of His Pro-Life Wife

“Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his faithful servants.” Psalm 116:15

Tom and Jeannette Wynne Co-host Radio Broadcast for Voices for the Unborn

The following is a moving tribute to long time pro-life advocates, Thomas and Jeannette Wynne by their son, Jeffrey Wynne. Their lives left a legacy of love, faith in Christ, and commitment to their family and the sanctity of life.

“Dad, Mom and I would often go down to Planned Parenthood for a monthly vigil on the 1st Saturday at 2751 Comly
Road in Philadelphia preceded by attending mass at the local parish.  Mom was involved in selling script for Pro-Life and Dad used to keep the books.  Enclosed is a picture of when Dad stood in for Bill Miller co-hosted by my mom.  It was an hour long and I have to say it was very interesting to me because it talked about the early pro-life efforts and persons in the area.” 

“My dad as well as myself were prodded into action by my mom, the real pro-life warrior, and we both gained a real concern for pro-life causes through her.  Many pro-life fund-raiser dinners and March for Life in Washington DC.” Jeffrey Wynne

Please pray for the Lord’s peace and comfort for the Wynne family.

OBITUARY OF THOMAS WYNNE

Born in Suffern, NY on January 7, 1927, and married 70 years to Jeannette V. Wynne (age 93) who died June 5th this past summer, Thomas is survived by his eight children, Jeffrey J. Wynne, Janet C. Jensik (Rob), Elizabeth M. Wynne, Michael F. Wynne (Carol), Theresa M. Vail (Rob), Dorothy J. Wang (Bo), Matthew J. Wynne (Michele), and Annette M. Galczynski (Joe).  Also surviving are 21 grand children and 14 great grand children. Tom graduated from Cornell University in 1947 with the NROTC program and was honorably discharged shortly thereafter at the end of World War II due to the over abundance of service men. 

His Funeral Mass will be celebrated 10:30 AM, Friday February 19,2021, at St. Jude RC Church, 321 West Butler Ave. (Route 202), Chalfont, PA, where his public viewing will begin at 9:30 AM. Interment will follow at Saint John Neumann Cemetery on County Line Road.  Please remember to follow local social distancing guidelines and wear face masks.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the local Bucks County Pro-Life Coalition would be appreciated. Their mailing address PO Box 7068, Penndel, PA 19047.

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