RUEBEN F. LYNCH owned and operated Lynch's Cleaners at 2640 Federal Street in East Camden from 1918 until 1963. By 1947 he had moved out of Camden, buying a home in the Erlton section of Delaware Township (present-day Cherry Hill).
The Lynch dry cleaning business later moved to Pennsauken, where it operated into the 2000s.
|Camden Courier-Post - November 6, 1973|
F. Lynch Mass Thursday
Mass of the Resurrection for Rueben F. Lynch, one-time owner of a Camden dry cleaning company who died Sunday in Cooper Hospital, Camden will be at 10:00 AM Thursday at Queen of Heaven Church, Route 70, Cherry Hill. Relatives and friends will meet an hour earlier at the Eichel Funeral Home, 8333 Maple Avenue, Pennsauken where they may also call tomorrow night. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, Cherry Hill.
Mr. Lynch, formerly of East Camden, was owner of Lynch's Dry Cleaning establishment in Camden from 1918 to 1963. He was a Navy veteran of World War I, a member of Camden Council 439 Knights of Columbus, an honorary member of the Camden Lions Club. He was Lion of the Year in 1959.
is survived by two sons, Richard and James, two daughters. Mrs. Marie A.
Plum and Mrs. Elizabeth A. Kelley, 17 grandchildren. a brother and two
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