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Cheryl Reed LYNCH

Pace, Florida

Oct 24, 1954 – May 8, 2016 (Age 61)


October 24, 1954
May 8, 2016
Pace, Florida


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National Cremation & Burial Society Obituary

Cheryl Reed Moore Lynch, 61, of Pace, Florida passed away on Sunday, May 8th, 2016. Born in Falls Church, Va., she was the youngest daughter of the late Doris Louise and Stephen Reed Moore. Cheryl was a Navy wife moving often and eventually moving to and settling in Pace, Florida. Cheryl was...

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My deepest sympathies to Cheryl's family. My close friend in our teenage years. I will always remember the fun times we had. Love you sweetie RIP
Love Jo

Very sorry to learn of your all accounts your mom was a great woman...please accept my sincerest condolences..."
Rob (WI)

Let us all who knew you find it in our heart to Pay it Forward in your Honor. So that your good deeds and open heart will be forever remembered. The Wormans

From our family to yours. We are so very sorry for your loss. We didn't know her personally but she was force to be reckoned with when it came to the veterans. We pray for your lovely Cheryl to rest in peace. She will always be alive in your hearts, ours and many others....

Dear Lynch family, I didnt know Cheryl, but heard many many wonderful things about her, and wondrous works of advocating for disabled veterans. Our hearts & prayers are with you all. May God wrap his loving arms around everyone involved through the loss of Cheryl, and give great peace and comfort to all. She will greatly missed.

My heart hurts for Cheryl, and her family. I can't express how heart wrenching this was. What you did for all our veterans was obviously from your heart and so many of us are grateful for what you've done. From a Marine Mom...Semper Fi

To all the Reed/Lynch family,
We are so sorry for your loss. Cheryl was a beautiful, caring person who did so much for so many, & was loved by all whom knew her. She will be missed by all that had the honor to know her.
Rest in peace sweet Cheryl.
With our deepest sympathy, love and prayers to all the family,
Kathy & Chris Catalanotto

Praying for you all for comfort and peace.

Cheryl you will be dearly missed by me and all the other disabled veterans who knew you. However, you will never be forgotten! I'll always cherish the moments we had together in Snowmass! You were one of the most loved people in Snowmass. You cared so much for disabled veterans and we cared about you. I wish I could have been at the Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic this year just to see your beautiful smile and let you know how much you mean to me! God bless you and may you rest in peace!

Cheryl you will be remembered by so many as the patient,wise and knowledgeable member of our group sessions. Always caring and supportive of others traveling the caregiver TBI journey. May you rest in peace after having given so much of yourself.