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July 25, 2016
I just found out about Dr. Lynch's passing when I was looking for Dr. Kristen Trotter'so phone number to make an appointment. I personally didn't know him but, would like to extend my sincere condolence to Dr. Kirsten Trotter and their children.
May 17, 2015
I just learned of Dr. Lynch's passing. I was so saddened by this news. He was a very caring, kind and understanding man. I had been a patient of his since 2002 when I had basal cancer on my face at 42 yrs. old. He performed 2 surgeries over a 3 yr. period, and I continued to see him for "face screenings" at my discretion. When I scheduled these frequent visits thru the years, he never made me feel I was overreacting, but communicated understanding that I had been thru a lot and it was up to me how often I wanted to come. My husband came to some of my appts. and thought the same of Dr. Lynch. I hope to be a patient of his wife in the near future. He will be missed!
February 26, 2015
Sorry for the lateness of this entry, but I just wanted to express my deep sorrow and condolences for the family of Dr.William Lynch, a professional colleague and friend to me over many years since I was a Dermatology Resident at University Hospitals of Cleveland. I will always remember his guidance, friendliness, and kindnesses to me over the years that I was in Residency training and then my early years in practice at the Wooster Clinic, Inc. (later to become the Cleveland Clinic Wooster). Dr.Lynch was helpful and quite influential in my choice of accepting the Dermatology Physician Staff position at The Wooster Clinic in 1981, with him telling me of his numerous positive personal experiences working in the ER at Wooster Community Hospital in his Residency and early Professional Practice years when he was running an ER staffing service. Dr.Lynch kindly allowed me to spend time with him in his private office seeing patients on several occasions and mentored me at times while I was in Residency, helping me with my Dermatological Surgical Skills and General Dermatology Patient and Practice Management. He was always friendly and personable when I met him at meetings in later years and even helped me with obtaining a partner (for a time) while I was practicing in Wooster in my earlier years. I really appreciated his friendship and many courtesies to me, including his annual Holiday Greetings and "thank you" expressions to me for the patients that I had referred to him. He was an excellent Dermatologist, Dermatologic Surgeon, Moh's Surgeon, wonderful colleague, Dermatology Faculty teacher, and friend whom I will always remember very fondly. His passing was a tremendous loss to Dermatology and his patients and former Residents and friends besides his family (whom he frequently spoke fondly of). He will continue to be greatly missed by all as time passes. Please accept my (and my wife Lynne's) belated deepest condolences.
George H. Kuffner,MD
Retired Staff Physician Dermatologist
Cleveland Clinic Wooster
October 16, 2014
I am saddened to learn of Bill's passing. Bill and I became very good friends after he arrived in Toledo from OK when his dad was transferred to Ohio. We lived 4 houses from each other and walked to St Francis De Sales High School, most days from his arrival sophomore year through our senior year, where life is "truly defined" in dynamic high school age conversation! As is often the case each of our lives went different directions but we were able to visit each other on occasions that brought each other close geographically. My last memory was were I was in Cleveland on business and I had the pleasure of meeting Kristen who was probably in her eight month of pregnancy for their first child truly a dynamic event at probably the young age of 57ish, yet the two were truly in love as starry eyed youngsters of my youth. We had the opportunity to enjoy a wonderful dinner and get acquainted on all the events of our lives since the last visit in San Francisco some years back. The next day we visited Chuck & Biz who were relaxed and enjoying a long retirement. All wonderful memories. I love Bill's picture as he was on the leading edge of style way back in high school where he pushed his glasses up on his head which was usually followed by something very prophetic. He had a wonderful and talented mind and excelled at everything he attempted yet was very modest about all. An example was when we took our SAT tests and Bill probably scored 1600 but as we walked to school talking about same he shared how tough they were and had details in his mind about specific questions and his mental "challenge" on defining the answer, I in turn thought gee I didn't even get to that question before time ran out........... but he understood and we laughed as young men might who new and respected each other. All who knew Bill understand the deep loss of this dynamic, talented and loving person to his family and who were blessed by knowing him.
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