Dillon A. Lynch
1992 - 2020
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Dillon A. Lynch

March 9, 1992 -

March 26, 2020

Dillon Lynch passed suddenly on Thursday, March 26th in his hometown of Reno, NV. His time spent with loved ones was cut far too short, but Dillon's life was impactful and motivating throughout all his endeavors. He will be sorely missed by all.

Dillon was raised in the beautiful town of Truckee, CA where his love for the outdoors took hold. Dillon loved to ski with friends and family throughout his life, never turning down an adventure in the snow. He excelled in competitive soccer, playing all four years on the high school varsity team as well as playing on Nomads, one of the top traveling teams in the nation.

Dillon graduated from Bishop Manogue Catholic High School in 2010 and studied at Chico State University. He pursued the field of cyber security in a constant effort to protect his clients from vulnerabilities. He was often trying new things and never backed down in the face of a challenge; from learning to fly planes to studying quantum mechanics.

Dillon was a family man and had deep empathy for those around him. He treasured the time he spent with his nieces and nephews, always sure to snap a photo at every family gathering. He treated every relationship with compassion and valued his time with friends and family dearly.

He is survived by his mother and father: Lisa and Dennis Lynch, brothers: Jesse (Tahlia), Austin (Megan), Bryar, and Aaron, his girlfriend Jaynie and aunts, uncles, cousins, near and far.

Dillon's time on this earth was limited to just 28 years, but his drive to always do better and help others will forever inspire those who knew him best. There will be a Memorial Service at Grace Church on Robb Drive in Reno on July 25th at 11 A.M. Due to COVID-19, masks will be required.

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Published in the Reno Journal-Gazette and Mason Valley News from Jul. 15 to Jul. 18, 2020.
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August 22, 2020
You were the most loving/caring son a mom could have been blessed with. Miss your daily texts & calls, but know we’ll be together one day. I love you Dillon Allen❤
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