Leonard Patrick Hynes

November 4, 1950 to December 26, 2018

Obituary

Passed peacefully on December 26, Leonard Patrick Hynes.  Predeceased by his son Neil, parents Les and Mary Hynes; brothers Raymond, Bill and Vincent; brother-in-law Paul Chen; father-in-law Clive Chen.  Leaving to celebrate his life are his wife June and son Kyle (Jess), brothers George (Christine, deceased), Les (Lottie), Joe (Eileen), Tolson (Cecelia), Don (Janet), Chris (Sherry) and their families; sisters Patsy (Jack), Hilda (Jack), Barbara (Digger), Shirley (Ron), Lorraine (Rick), Linda (Gerry) and their families; sister-in-law- Marg Hynes; brother-in-law Allen Chen (Janice) and family.  Leonard lived a wonderful life with no regrets.  He enjoyed music and sports, especially the Toronto Blue Jays, and had hoped to see them win another World Series.  Those who knew him will remember him for his intelligence, quick wit, humour, compassion and love for his family. Following Leonard’s wishes, no visitation or service will be held, however he would like to be remembered by a random act of kindness.

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To Len’s family,

On behalf of all of us at NTV, OZFM and the Newfoundland Herald, my sincerest condolences on Len’s passing. I am just learning this sad news today. Always a professional and friendly guy. Whenever we needed his services, he was there to help us.

June and Kyle,
Sincere condolences on Leonard’s passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

June, Sorry to hear of Lens passing. I remember him well from our Friday evening curling. Nellie and I send our sincere condolences.

June, So very sorry to hear of your husbands passing. Sincere condolences to you and Kyle.

George, Chris, Don & The Hynes Family-Sincere condolences at this most difficult time. Be sure to cherish and treasure all the wonderful memories.

Sincere sympathy expressed to June,Kyle &Hynes family from a long time co-worker and friend.

Dear June & Kyle,
Mike and I extend our deepest sympathy on Lens’s passing. He was lovely person and I will miss our long conversations in the driveway on Torngat Cres.
Our thoughts are with you.
Alice Finn

On behalf of myself and Cecelia,
Please accept our heart felt sympathy at Leonard’s passing.
May he Rest In Peace.

June,
I am saddened to learn of Leonard’s passing. I will honour him with an act of kindness.
Thinking of you at this sad time,
Lynn

We extend deepest sympathy to the family of Leonard Patrick Hynes.May he Rest In Peace.

Heartfelt Condolences to June on Leonard”s sudden passing. Our thoughts and prayers for you and family.
Suja and Varghese

We are so sorry to hear of Leonard’s passing.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

June

So sorry to hear of your husband’s passing. Thinking of you at this very sad time.

George, Don & The Hynes Family;
Our Deepest Condolences to all of you on the loss of your brother. May your memories comfort you at this sad time.

June

On behalf of all your friends at BOTE, I am sending sincere condolences on your husband’s passing. You are in our thoughts and have our sympathy at this sad time.

June, we were saddened to hear of Lens passing. We have very good memories of all the time we spent with you guys at the hockey rinks and baseball fields. Your friendship was very special to our family. Please know our thoughts are with you at this very difficult time.

Our sincere condolences to the family . We have so many wonderful memories and will cherish them always.

June, so sorry to hear of the loss of your husband. Thinking of you, Jonathan and Fran

Don & Family, So sorry to hear about the passing of your brother Leonard. May he RIP.

So sorry for your loss, June and Kyle – I knew Leonard as a childhood friend and later in life as your husband June. I know he will be missed – I will keep him in my prayers.

Sorry to lose a wonderful friend, neighbor and sports buddy. We have wonderful memories as Kids and then later as adults (if we could ever have been called adults!). Thinking of you June and Kyle Hang Tight. Fred Power

Len coached our Son Stephen Pike in baseball many years ago. Len was a great coach and a great man. All the kids really loved Len. His compassion and care towards the children was outstanding.

We are so sorry for your loss. Len will certainly be missed.

Take care and God Bless,
– Steve & Maureen Pike

June, Kyle and all the family – We are deeply saddened to hear of Leonard’s passing. We wish you all the best during this difficult time, our thoughts and prayers are with you and Leonard. From our family ( Jerry,Jen and Heather) to your family we send our love and hope, try to be strong and we will keep him with us in our thoughts.
Rest in Peace Leonard.
Your Loving sister Linda March (Hynes)

June & family,
Please accept our deepest condolences on Leonard’s passing. Gary has good memories of Leonard coming to the rescue at Gary’s place of work and sorting out any problematic plumbing issues that arose. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Kyle and the Hynes family.
Jacinta and Gary Waterman

June
Sorry to hear about Leonard’s passing. Stay strong and cherish the memories you have.

Lorraine and Jerry Young

Sorry to hear the news about Len. May you have comfort in knowing that you have family and friends who share your sorrow.

June
So sorry to have read of Leonard’s passing at this time of year. We’ve lost contact over the years , but know you are not forgotten. I have some fond memories of Leonard and myself on the Softball diamond . (good and bad, ha ha) I know this is a hard time but it will get a little easier with time.

June,
So sorry to learn of your loss. Around Christmas is a hard time for you. Please accept my sincere condolences ,also to Kyle.
Love Norah

June and family, saddened to hear of Leonard’s passing. Thinking of you and Kyle.

Dianne and Mike Dwyer

I first met Len many years ago at St. Joseph’s School and then after that around the softball fields in the east end. I remember him as a pleasant fun loving guy. I extend my condolences to the Hynes family and today as I do my act of kindness I will be thinking ‘this one is for you Len’.

June an family, So sorry to hear of Leonard’s passing. May he rest in peace.

Such a kind and gentle man. RIP Leonard and God Bless your Family.

June and Family,
So sorry for your loss, my thoughts are with you at this difficult time.

June so sorry to hear about lens passing

June, Kyle,Don & all the Hynes family – Deeply saddened to hear of Leonard’s passing. I will remember him with very fond memories. Speak his name often & he will live on in your hearts. Death can never erase the wonderful memories & legacy he left behind. I carry your hearts in mine today…God bless you all – much love & prayers sent your way.

June and Kyle,

So sorry to hear of Leonard’s passing. We all have very many fond memories of growing up with Leonard and will cherish them forever.

Our sincere condolences.
Love Cheryl, Jim, Rebecca and Leslie

George and your family members,
Please accept my sincere condolences on the passing of your brother Leonard.
May his soul RIP.🙏

To the Hynes Family
Met Len in the mid-80’s through Minor Hockey when he coached St.John’s Pee Wee’s and I was coaching Avalon and the bond was instant. Some 30 years later Len always called me by my first name. We would always chatted in passing about life and sports. A gentleman in every way respect. RIP Len.