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December 19, 2014

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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.
October 2, 2014
My husband and I have been Dr. Lynch's widow's patients for many years and came to know him through the several Moh's surgeries he performed on both of us. He and Kirsten Trotter both exemplify the caring professional relationship and wonderful care we all want from our physicians. We were shocked to hear of his untimely death and will miss him greatly.
September 21, 2014
I just learned the other day of Dr. Lynch's passing. My deepest sympathy goes out to his family, friends and co-workers. He did a basil cell surgery on me at my left temple right in the hair line and he took such care in not letting there be a scar and to having not to cut too much hair away. What a kind a caring man he was and was able to make me feel so comfortable and in good hands. God Bless you Dr. Lynch.
September 6, 2014
Bill, you taught us so much. Everyone is so sorry you are no longer with us. But….I know you are smiling. Notre Dame is crushing Michigan!

Bob Silverman
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