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Timothy P. Flynn

At 59 years, left this earth on April 20th when he lost his 2-year courageous battle with cancer. He fought proudly and independently to the end. Beloved son of the late William P. Flynn & Elizabeth M. (LaFay) Flynn. Cherished brother of Retired Revere Police Sargent Daniel L. Flynn & his wife Lois of Chelsea, Patricia A. Flynn-Gallucci of Revere, Michael J. Flynn, Carolyn J. Flynn & her husband Ron Day, all of Nahant, Barbara E. Foulds & Nancy L. Flynn, both of Revere & the late Ann Marie Bostrom & the late William C. Flynn & his late wife, Joanne M. Flynn. Also lovingly survived by 11 nieces & nephews & 10 grandnieces & nephews.

Services & Interment were held privately in keeping with the restrictions and mandates still imposed by the Comm. of MA & the Boston Archdiocese regarding the Coronavirus-COVID-19 pandemic. A Celebration of Life will be held and announced on social media & our funeral home website.

“Timmy” was a lifelong Revere resident & proud of it. He was a 1978 Alumnus of Revere High School. For over 10 years, he tended bar at the Wonderland Dog Racing Track & also for about 15 years, he worked in the same capacity at “Mickey Reardon’s Cafe” in Oak Island. His last career came to be in the Construction field as a laborer for about 15 years.

Timmy always maintained his dynamic personality, accompanied by his bigger than life sense of humor & wit. Always ready for an “on stage” he would relish in delivering one of his cameo stories; the stage was his. Chance encounters were the hallmark of his persona for his almost “stand up” comic role. He was one of the kindest souls with the biggest heart. No favor was too much for him to fulfill for his adoring family & extended family. He prided the title of “Baby Brother” as the youngest of 9 in his Irish-Catholic Family from Oak Island. No one was prouder than he with the honor of becoming an uncle; 11 times was tremendous, however, when those little ones started having babies, it was magical for Timmy and that was for 10 times. Four devoted cousins & his faithful friend Joanne Nickerson of Winthrop also survive him. As the years roll by & family gets together, we will be recalling with laughter & tears “funny, crazy uncle Timmy stories.” One nephew summed it up thusly…”Nobody did it their own way more than you, Uncle Timmy & we love you for that…” His real best buddy, “Gronk,” a 5 year old boxer dog that Timmy walked up and down Broadway almost daily & to the Sons of Italy Lodge for a cold one. “Gronk” would practically break a leg bolting down the stairs for fear of Timmy sneaking out without him. As Timmy flies with the angels, he may have some “splaining” to do but everything he did was always with love and never with malice. He has left the Flynns with yet another emptiness in their hearts. Timmy, we love you to death & already miss you. Timmy was a member of the Revere Lodge Sons of Italy (Giuseppe Mazzini Chapter) & the Revere VFW Mottollo Post #4524.


Funeral Services were Private. A Celebration of Life will be held and announced on social media & our website.

In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the Food Pantry at First Congregational Church, 94 Central Ave., Revere, MA 02151


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  1. David McMenamin
    May 10 2020

    Patty and Flynn family,

    Sorry for your loss. Timmy was one of kind.

    Prof. Dave

  2. Patricia buckley
    May 2 2020

    Nancy I’m so sorry for the loss of your brother. I did not know him personally but which I did he sounded like the kid of person God sent on this earth to make many people smile .He sounded like gods child who he placed to do things in life,even though he was such a young man.,God takes us when he needs us for himself even though much to early tim will always be with you in your memories. Nancy please accept my most sincere sympathies if you need anything please let me know. your mohegan girl patty.

  3. Barbie Costantino
    Apr 28 2020

    so sorry for your loss.. worked down the dog track with him for many years..what a great guy..so sad to hear…

  4. DENNIS COFFEY
    Apr 28 2020

    Please accept my condolences. I grew up with all the Flynn’s, one of Oak Islands finest families. Timmy was much younger than I. He sounded like a wonderful person and I wish I had known him. God Bless all the Flynn’s.
    .

  5. The King Family
    Apr 27 2020

    So sorry for your loss.

  6. Francine DiMaria
    Apr 27 2020

    Patty,Danny family I’m so sorry to hear about Timmy he was a funny guy. May he RIP. Francine

  7. Jim and Joan O’Sullivan
    Apr 26 2020

    Our deepest sympathy to all the Flynn Family.

  8. George Maglione
    Apr 26 2020

    You are one of the best I’ve ever known. I will miss not seeing you around Revere. My condolences to the family

  9. Arthur Dauwer and Family
    Apr 26 2020

    Timmy,
    rest easy up in heaven.
    Yes you were one of a kind even as a bartender @ Mikeys on N. Shore rd. Revere.
    Had great laughs with you.
    Was always a good guy and good family.
    God Bless,
    The Dauwer Family

  10. Judy Landers
    Apr 26 2020

    My heartfelt sympathy to all of the Flynns. I do remember Timmy’s happy grin many years ago when I last saw him.
    I loved reading more about his life. Thank you for sharing such a beautiful tribute.

  11. Bob O'Leary
    Apr 26 2020

    Danny:
    Sorry for your loss

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