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June 30, 2013
June 29, 2013

In memory & honor of Sgt. Terry Lynch on the 4th anniversary of his passing. We shall always be indebted to him for his service to this country.
May 28, 2012
Terry, we remember and miss you. We send best wishes to your father and sister, friends and family. It's like your service and motorcade were yesterday. You passed on as a hero, but what could we have expected, with the heroic living examples of your father and sister. They are inspiration for us all by the incredible example they have given us living and moving on through the losses of your brother, David, your mother, and now yourself. May God bless your family and friends.
Your Shepherd neighbors, Phyllis, Darrell, and Dawn Carter.
June 30, 2011
June 29, 2011
To the family and friends of Sgt. Terry Lynch:
Please accept my remembrance of Terry on the anniversary of his passing and know that he will never be forgotten.
November 17, 2010
Dear Family of Sgt. Terry Lynch
I am deeply sorry for your loss.
I know the pain & hurt your all going thrue.
I hurt everyday all my Grandparent,Sister like a twin too me my Nesse & Nefew also 2 Uncles are gone it hurts me deeply.
All my Love & Pary gose out too you all
Love Mimi Rubinelli
July 04, 2010
July 03, 2010
To every single fellow soldier that has fallen in combat, and to his/her family, I wish I could shake your hand just once (or one more time) to show how much you, and those that guided your way to defending your country, means to the rest of us.
July 02, 2010
Rest in eternal peace.
June 29, 2010
To the family and friends of Sgt. Terry Lynch:
Remembering Terry on the anniversary of his passing. May our fallen heroes never be forgotten!
Peggy Childers
"Don't Let The Memory Of Them Drift Away"
June 27, 2010
Remembering and honoring the life and service of this young American - and sent with the hope that his Dad has found some peace in his life. Sincerely, Kim
May 30, 2010
As I join my former Marine for his university graduation this week, we will both be remembering our community neighbors; Terry, and his brother David and dynamic mother, who both passed not so far ahead of him. We send love and comfort especially to Terry's Dad Charlie and his sister, among Terry's loving extended family and great friends.
I have encouraged the boys I work with to seek out a fallen soldier to carry in their hearts as one inspiration for serving others with their own lives. Boys not so different from the Terry and David I knew as teenagers, whose short lives now shine on in so many hearts.
April 27, 2010
”Honor and Remember” - “Project Compassion” We love our Soldiers! We love our country and we cannot express enough love and compassion to the families of our fallen heroes. War does not discriminate – It breaks our hearts to see the faces of the fallen. We want to give this gift to the hero’s Mother, Father and/or spouse. We are a 501c3 nonprofit organization! Almost 2,150 portraits have been completed and shipped to the parents and or spouse - at no cost as this is a gift from one American to another!
This is a gift! We have wonderful sponsors who help with the costs, and want you know that everyone here at Project Compassion does and will always CARE.
Contact us directly at or go to We welcome your phone calls at 435-835-9429 – Either Kaziah or Kenna will answer – or if no one answers, please leave a message – we will return your call.
If you have already had a portrait completed, we pray that you are enjoying the portrait and God Bless You.
Sincerely and Respectfully,
February 07, 2010
Dear Lynch family,
I had the great opportunity to serve with Terry and considered him a great friend of mine. We shared the the ups and downs of being in the service together and always talked about how we would be friends when we got out. I wear his name on a braclet everyday to remind me of the sacrfice that he made for all of us. I have people daily ask me what that braclet is and I tell his story to remind people of the ultimate sacrfice of this great American hero, soldier, son and friend. My prayers go to you all and there isnt a day that goes by that I dont think of him. If there is anything I can do please contact me for anything.
January 03, 2010
Re: SGT Terry Lynch

I represent PRAYER SHAWLS 4 FALLEN SOLDIERS (PS4FS), an organization that since October 2007 has sent over 3,290 prayer shawls to military families who have lost a loved one. We are an organization of over 245 groups from all over the country. We make every effort to reach families even when post cards are returned after they have moved. Would you kindly send me a contact email/address so that we may send a loving hand-made prayer shawl to the family? Thank you!

Cozette Haggerty, Prayer Shawls 4 Fallen Soldiers
Website Address:
December 01, 2009
On this day and with each day that we enjoy our freedom, I would like to give thanks and let you know that I do not take our troops for granted. May you experience God when you feel your loss.
November 19, 2009
My heartfelt sympathy to the Lynch family and friends in the loss of Terry. I did not know Terry, but my heart is broken and I am saddened for your loss of such a fine young person and hero. May God bring you peace in your heart as you reflect on all the wonderful memories you hold so close. Please know that you are in my heart and prayers. My heart was touched by the many wonderful/beautiful things written about you. Terry you are my hero and you will NEVER be forgotten.
I send each of you a hug from the most inner part of my heart.
Love and Peace

October 31, 2009
To the family of Sgt. Terry Lynch:
Terry gave the ultimate sacrifice and will be held in the hearts of Americans forever. I cannot and will not let our fallen heroes be forgotten. My deepest sympathy to you. "Some gave all."
Peggy Childers
"Don't Let The Memory Of Them Drift Away"
September 12, 2009
Terry, you and your father and sister have been in my mind all month and particularly over Labor Day weekend. It was a trip back in time to my Oregon hometown, complete with fair and patriotic rodeo grand entry with a tribute to those who served. New to me was the sold out concert the night before, and everyone was talking about how the entertainer had sung a patriotic theme and then brought a group of Marines in dress blues (forgive this former Marine mom) up on stage to receive a large toys for tots contribution. The crowd gave the Marines a standing ovation and wouldn’t sit down. It was a good feeling to know that across the country similar celebrations of gratitude were happening. And despite the thrill of dress blues, we all know it’s the hot sweaty dirty guys out in the grit and sand in camos and desert boots that we are cheering for.
Then I came home and opened the e-mail forward with the u-tube video showing the signal motion for gratitude to our service men and women; hand over heart down to open hand, so natural and unobtrusive. Bless who ever came up with it.
So we remember you and your family and friends with gratitude and honor once again.
May God Bless You All, heart to hand.
Love, your Shepherd, Montana neighbors.
August 05, 2009
Prayer for Peace

Lord, make me an instrument of your peace;
Where there is hatred, let me sow love;
Where there is injury, pardon;
Where there is doubt, faith;
Where there is despair, hope;
Where there is darkness, light;
And where there is sadness, joy.

O Divine Master,
Grant that I may not so much seek to be consoled as to console;
To be understood, as to understand;
To be loved, as to love;
For it is in giving that we receive,
It is in pardoning that we are pardoned,
And it is in dying that we are born to eternal life.

July 24, 2009
To the Lynch Family,

I know there are no words to say at this time, except how sorry that I am. I truly feel your loss and pain. Terry shall never be forgotten.

For those missing in action;
for those who didn’t make it home.
I know you’re in God’s presence you are not alone.
For every neatly folded flag;
for every shattered family
I will do the only thing I know to dignify your memory.

I salute you, allow me the honor
to salute you with permission let me say
even though I hold no rank know that from my heart
my humble gratitude comes from the deepest part.

I salute you .

Every second you sacrificed
I hold you in my prayers.
So with one hand on my heart and the other in the air;

I salute you, allow me the honor
to salute you with permission let me say
even though I hold no rank know that from my heart
my humble gratitude comes from the deepest part.

I salute you.

A Proud Aunt of
Sgt. David M Fisher
KIA 12/1/04
July 23, 2009
We were so sorry to hear of your loss. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow.
July 17, 2009
The Final Salute

“Brothers in Arms”, Military men and women down through the centuries, have traditionally exchanged “Hand Salutes” as a sign of recognition and as a way to render courtesy and respect one to another.

This “Hand Salute” is the last that we shall render to our Brother-in-Arms SGT Terry Lynch. To his family it symbolizes the love and respect that we have for Terry. And to Terry it is rendered as a symbol of honor and gratitude to thank him for the ultimate sacrifice he made for his country while opposing enemy forces in Afghanistan. No greater love is shown than a man lay down his life for another. Terry, you are a brave American Warrior, a true Patriot and a national Hero. With your passing, our Country has lost a National Treasure. We bid you a sad farewell. You will be dearly missed from among our ranks. Be at ease. Rest in Peace.

On behalf of the 1,353 members of Lowe-McFarlane Post 14 of the American Legion in Shreveport, Louisiana, I extend our sympathies and our condolences to Terry’s family and loved ones.

Dennis N. Engdahl, Commander, American Legion Post 14
5315 S. Lakeshore Drive, Shreveport, LA 71109
July 17, 2009
Honoring the memory and sacrifice of Sgt. Terry Lynch. I hope that, in time to come, you can gain some small measure of comfort in the knowledge that people across the world share some of the pain of your loss. May God bless this fine young American, his family and his country.
July 16, 2009
Please know how Deeply Sorry I am, to learn of the loss of Sgt. Terry Lynch.
As a parent, who has lost a daughter suddenly and having lost a brother to war...
I am aware of the deep and devastating pain that you are experiencing.
The overwhelming heartache, that seems to surface through our shock, as the time passes.
In the days ahead, you will be going through unimaginable grief, please hang on to your Faith and know that you will get through this.

May the memories of your Brave Young Soldier, remain in your heart always and give you strength through the difficult days and may Terry, Rest Safely now, in the Loving Care of God and know that he Will Never Be Forgotten.
I pray that the Peace of God will be with the Lynch family.

I am the sister, of such a young Hero, who made the Ultimate Sacrifice in Vietnam, many years ago.

"Cast thy burden upon the Lord, and He shall sustain thee."
~ Psalm 55:22 ~

I sincerely hope that you can feel the thoughts of caring and support that surround you today and in the days ahead, as this Grateful Country Mourns with you, for Someone Very Precious to you, Who Is A True American Hero to all of us.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
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