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Joseph P. Glynn

Born: Mon., Aug. 2, 1993
Died: Mon., Jun. 3, 2013


2:00 PM to 6:00 PM, Sun., Jun. 09, 2013
Location: Quealy and Son Funeral Home

Funeral Mass

9:00 AM Mon., Jun. 10, 2013
Location: St. Bridget Church

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Joseph “Joey” Glynn of Abington, died suddenly on June 3, 2013, age 19, beloved son of Joseph and Susan Glynn of Abington;  loving brother of Sarah, Stephanie, and Ashley Glynn of Abington,  and Kelly O’Leary and husband Arthur of Hanson; Loving grandson of Frances Zinka of Medford, and the late John Zinka, John F. Glynn Jr., and Hannah M. Glynn;  Loving uncle and godfather of Avery O’Leary.  Also loved by many adoring aunts, uncles and cousins.
Visitation will be held at the Quealy & Son Funeral Home 116 Adams Street, Abington Sunday June 9 from 2 to 6pm. A funeral mass will be held Monday June 10 at St. Bridget Church, Abington 9am. Interment St. Patrick Cemetery, Rockland.

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Ann Reilly
   Posted Wed June 05, 2013
Dear Susan, Joe and Family,
My heartfelt sympathy to all of you on the loss of such a wonderful son.
My thoughts and prayers are with you now and in the future.
Your former neighbor

Shannon Bowen
   Posted Wed June 05, 2013
Kelly, Sarah, Steph, Ash, Joe, Sue, Artie and Avery,
To say that I am sorry for your loss is an understatement. Joey was so proud of all of you as you were of him. My heart aches every moment for the pain you feel at this incredible loss. Kelly, you have been my backbone for 12 years now, keeping me together when I couldn't keep myself together. You are the best friend I could have ever asked for. I promise to be there every step of the way during this unbearable time. Sue and Joe, you raised an amazing boy, but we knew that long before Joey left us. You have all been my second family for so long and anything I can do please let me know. I love you all and I am so sorry for your loss.

Jack & Linda Paster of Swampscott, MA
   Posted Thu June 06, 2013
To the family of "Little Joe" Glynn:
Please accept our most sincere condolences on your devastating loss. We've heard so many amazing stories about Joe from Grampy Glynn and the rest of the Glynn family. We know how proud you were of him. The comments from his coaches, speaking not only of his athletic prowess but also of his character, integrity and work ethic, paint of picture of Joe as someone who touched many lives in the most positive of ways. Please know that we share your sadness. May God hold "Little Joe" in the hollow of his hand and may he be bound up in the Book of Life for all eternity.

Maureen, Wayne and John Parsons
   Posted Fri June 07, 2013
Dear Susan, Joe and Family,

We are truly sorry for your tremendous loss. We remember watching Joe play basketball, as part of the Middlesex Magic Family. John really enjoyed playing with Joe and will miss him. We were glad to be part of Joe's journey to be coming the great young man and person that he was. Again, we are very sorry and are praying for you all.

Wayne, Maureen and John Parsons

Terri Kuskoski
   Posted Fri June 07, 2013
my thoughts and prayers to your family Joey was a wonderful young man.

Coach Terri (cheerleading)

Margi King Frattura
   Posted Fri June 07, 2013
Susan, Joe and girls, my thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this most sad time. Hold on to the fond memories of your son for they will comfort you when you most need them. My deepest sympathy, Margi King Frattura

Joseph Picanzi
   Posted Fri June 07, 2013
Dear Glynn Family,

I did not know but read many great things of Joey. My sincerest and deepest condolences at this most difficult time. God Bless Joey and the entire Glynn Family.

Joseph Picanzi
CSHS 1987

Pam Altman (AT&T)
   Posted Fri June 07, 2013
Glynn Family,

My deepest sympathy, we are so sorry for your loss. I did not know Joey personally I only heard of him through Mary as she told me what an amazing nephew he was and all of the wonderful things that he accomplished in his short time here. The greatest of all was his devotion to his family. I can honestly say I feel your pain as a parent who also lost a daughter. The journey is long as we should not be burying our children, although they say God has other plans for our child we truly don't understand why.

Just from reading the messages I know he was an amazing person and he will be watching over you. Perhaps you will find him as a butterfly or a bird flying around just to let you know that he is there and will keep you safe. The loss of child is hard for those whom remain, I will pray that you will find comfort in these difficult times through God and know that he will be watching over all of you.
May the angels hold him high above in heaven.

Joseph Hurley
   Posted Fri June 07, 2013
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Glynn and Family,
My deepest sympathies to you and your family for the tragic loss of your son Joey. I remember watching Joey play against Watertown in the Boston Garden. This past week one of Watertown's players told me Joey was not only the toughest and one of the best players he has ever played against, in either high school or college, but he also told me how he played the game with complete class, he played the game the right way: hard fought and fair on the court, who let his play do all the talking. He will long be remembered for the positive impact he so clearly brought to so many people, first and most, as a young man, and then as an athlete and basketball player. My sincerest condolences. Joe Hurley

William Coen
   Posted Fri June 07, 2013

Faithful was sent by Bill Coen.

Bentley Basketball is in the hearts and prayers of Northeastern University Basketball

   Posted Fri June 07, 2013
I am a stranger who read of the loss of your beloved Joey. I am so sorry.;may his memories help to soothe all the grief, heartache, pain, disbelief, devastation, shock and heartbreak you all have now and always. From a mo who lost her first born and only daughter. RIP my darling Frankie May and RIP Joey.Love from all those who will always love and remember you. <3 <3

Florrie Gurnon
   Posted Fri June 07, 2013
Sue,Joe and girls,
My heart is broken for all who knew Joey he really was that special young man that could light up a room with the smile on his face and twinkle in his eye. I feel blessed to have known him.
My prayers ...thoughts and love to all of you.

Colleen Carr
   Posted Sat June 08, 2013
Sarah, Kelly, Steph, Ash, Sue, and Joe- My heart goes out to you all. As a girl with two sisters, I have always admired your family and Joey for the awesome brother that he was to all four of his sisters. He was always the first to take out the trash or to take Maggie for a walk or to help any of his sisters whenever they asked. He was funny and loving and kind. He was the best son and brother that any parent or sibling could ever ask for. I can only begin to know how much each of you love Joey and hope that you find peace in knowing how much of a positive imprint he left on the world and on anyone who was lucky enough to know him. Joey will forever be your guardian angel watching down on you and protecting your family. Sarah- I love you more than words can say and will be here for you to support you and stand by you each and every day that passes. I love you all and am so terribly sorry.

Patty Fournier
   Posted Sun June 09, 2013
Sue, Joe and girls So sorry for your loss. Mountain Laurel Lane has lost a great kid, and an excellent dog walker. Joey surely was a Monday's child, truly fair of face and full of love for everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him.

The Foster Family
   Posted Sun June 09, 2013
I am so sorry for your loss of Joey. Daniel spoke frequently of him while in Spellman and will miss him dearly as will most of his classmates. My thoughts and prayer are will you all. Please know he will always be around you.

william gustin
   Posted Sun June 09, 2013
To the Glynn Family,
I created Joey's DVD for the wake. I am deeply sorry for your loss. It was difficult pulling this together knowing what a tragedy it was having two children of my own, I can't even comprehend the loss you have experienced.
My best regards to you all.
Bill Gustin

The Clark Family
   Posted Mon June 10, 2013
Dear Coach Glynn, Ashley and the Glynn family,
My family and I are truly sorry for the loss you and your family are going through at this time. Although we personally did not know Joe himself, We have read such incredible stories about Joey. He truly is a great person. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Julie Clark and Family

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