Francis E. Wynn Sr., who made his home in Pocasset for more than 35 years, died June 23 at Bourne Manor Extended Care Facility. He was 84.

He was the husband of Margaret L. (Pineo) Wynn, to whom he was wed for nearly 60 years at the time of her death on July 20, 2014.

Born in Mansfield, he was the son of Leola M. (Hebard) and Edward R. Wynn Jr. He was raised and educated in Mansfield, and was a former Norton resident.

Prior to retiring, Mr. Wynn worked as a truck driver and equipment operator at the Gary W. Wing Company, Inc. in Pocasset for 20 years. He previously worked for the former Fernandes Supermarkets.

Mr. Wynn had volunteered as a bartender and cook at the Weary Travelers Club in Monument Beach for many years.

A life member of the Wareham-New Bedford Lodge of Elks B.P.O.E #73 and a life member of the DeWitt Clinton Masonic Lodge in Sandwich, he also was a charter member of Conacom Sunshine Lodge in Bourne.

His hobbies included fishing and camping and he was an avid fan and supporter of the Boston Red Sox.

He leaves his children, Margaret R. Joubert and her husband, Leo Joubert, of Attleboro, Francis E. Wynn Jr. and his wife, Audrey Wynn, of Buzzards Bay, Terri J. Gibbons and her husband, John Gibbons, of Monument Beach, Lisa J. Johnson and her husband, Richard Johnson, of Cataumet, and Bruce R. Wynn and his wife, Brandy Wynn, of Wareham. He also leaves two of his 12 siblings, Eleanor Dale of Virginia and Marcia Vierkant of New Hampshire; 24 grandchildren; 41 great-grandchildren; 17 great-great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his son Richard M. Wynn.

A graveside funeral service is planned for Monday, June 29, at 10 AM at Spring Brook Cemetery in Mansfield.

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