Warren Anthony Lynch

Warren Anthony Lynch

Warren Anthony (Tony) Lynch is the first of two children of Warren Lester Lynch, Jr. and Vivian Nadine Lynch. From an early age, Tony’s parents and religious affiliations taught him that it was better to give than to receive. One of Tony’s favorite Bible verses is Luke 12:48 (NIV) which reads, “From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked.”

Even before Tony’s 2010 arrival in Atlanta, he has maintained strong ties to the community. He has supported and actively served in many charity functions. To name a few, he has participated annually with the American Diabetes Association’s Step Out Walk and Tour de Cure events, The United Way annual fund raiser, Project Joy & Hope Annual Golf Tourney, Angel Tree, Blood Drives, and many others. Tony continues to participate with various community events and functions in Atlanta including the American Diabetes Association’s Step Out Walk, EnAble Atlanta, Angel Tree, Blood Drives, and many others.

Currently, Tony works as the Area Director for Dignity Memorial® Funeral and Cemetery Providers in the Atlanta South Region. In this role, Tony and the great associates of the Dignity Memorial network believe in celebrating life with dedication, excellence and innovation. To help accomplish this vision, Tony works diligently to bring affordable funeral and cemetery services to the community through his company’s affinity program called the Dignity Memorial Funeral Benefit. This program allows all families of affiliate organizations to receive all of their funeral and cemetery needs at a 10% discount off the retail prices. This relationship also allows the members to receive, at no cost to them, educational materials and seminars on the benefits of making preneed arrangements. In 2012, Tony and his team partnered with almost 20 churches and businesses using this program.

Tony is married to Nikki S. Lynch. In May 2013, they will celebrate their 20th year of this bond. Tony also has two sons, Courtney and Nicholas. Courtney works for Dignity Memorial at Arlington Cemetery in Sandy Springs. Nicholas attends Pebblebrook High School in Mableton, GA.

Tony uses Tara Garden Chapel in Jonesboro, GA as his main office. However, he can be frequently found at one of the businesses in the Atlanta South Region (College Park Cemetery, Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens, Sherwood Memorial Park, Kennedy Memorial Gardens, Tara Garden Chapel, Parkway Garden Chapel, and Carmichael-Hemperley Funeral Home, East Point)

Tony has an Accounting Degree from Texas A&M University and a MBA in Finance and Accounting from Regis University (Denver).