Joseph H. Pynchon, 66 of Boise, passed away August 16, 2022 at home.
During Jay’s time in the real estate business, we did a few transaction with him. Not only was he ethical, he was always positive and smiling, so much so that it would become contagious to those around him. He was truly a great guy. We are sad to hear of his passing. Steve and Chris Roth.
One of the all-time greatest guys ever with a huge personality & genuine love for all, Jay really was a special human being. His intelligent quick-witted humor would crack up everybody in the room as he bobbed his head back-and-forth with the most infectious laugh you’ve ever heard. Everyone who knew him would agree, he was a true friend who would always be there if anybody needed anything. Loving husband to Terri and super Dad to his 3 boys, Evan, Dallas & Joe, Jay will be remembered always for his big heart of gold. We will all miss you brother Jay, I look forward to surfing perfect waves up in Heaven w/ you someday soon. 🏄🏼♂️🤙🏼❤️
So sorry to hear the news.I have so many good memories of Jay growing up at Black Point. He was one of the funniest guys that I’ve known and had incredible energy. Jay, you will always be with us in spirit. My condolences to Terri and family. So sorry for your loss.
We will always remember you infectious laugh and positivity! Growing up with you from 7th grade at Iolani and through the ages of surfing at Back Point and Kaikoo’s, we had a blast! Wonderful you were and hope to connect again one day in Heaven. Miss you already
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