Budd Lynch

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Budd is still missed by many, and remembered by so many. RIP Budd.

Budd Lynch was the VOICE of Hockey in my youth. He brought the games to us on the radio and made us feel that we were right in the Olympia with the boys. He was a broadcasting legend and us "baby Boomers" remember him for more than the voice on the PA. Rest in Peace Budd.

To the Schmizzi family:

I am so sorry for your loss and deepest sympathies go out to you. I am in awe after reading about Mr. Lynch. I had no idea! Your father/grandfather would have been someone I would have loved to sit and listened to for hours on end. A very interesting man and a great loss.

Thinking of you all with love and prayers,

Vicki Horn

Dear Lynch Family,
Sorry to hear about the loss of your father. Budd and my father, Frank Gallagher, worked together during the Red Wings' 50s championship years.

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

I can remember your voice from age 4 in 61' on radio announcing the games. We loved you so much we wouldn't let you retire for we couldn't fathom hockey without you.

You were our tradition and we will always cherish your memory of kindness & class. Your voice will live on in all of our hearts.

“Last Minute To Play In This Period”.

From Red Wings to Angel Wings, we will all miss you Budd.

With Love,

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

An honorable man with a gracious wit, who was always ready
to meet at Toppers ( now Chelies ) for a ginger ale.
Many a great night at Olympia and the Joe.
I will always remember the New Years Eve we closed Joey Stables on their last day of operation, you're Thelma,my Nanette, you and I. May you be at peace in the eternal arena. Larry Kosiba - Dearborn, MI


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