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Sean Patrick Lynch
Age: 36
Occupation:
Worked for: Cantor Fitzgerald
Originally from: Merrick, NY
Resided in: Morris Township
School:
College: Cornell University
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From NY Times Nov 25, 2001

'Strivers, Like Their Parents'

Whatever their achievements, the Lynch boys were products of their upbringing. The children of Irish immigrants, Sean P. Lynch, top, and his brother Farrell P. Lynch were strivers like their parents.

"They never forgot where they were from," said their sister, Ellen Lynch. Growing up in a family of seven in a two- bedroom house B "all the boys slept in the attic," she said B they were a tight-knit group, and as adults with families, they often gathered in that same house, where their parents still live, for traditional Irish breakfasts.

The brothers both worked at Cantor Fitzgerald; Sean Lynch was an interest rate options broker and Farrell Lynch, who had worked there long enough to be around for the 1993 bombing, was a partner.

Farrell Lynch lived on Long Island with his wife, Eileen, and daughters Katie, 13, Meghan, 11, and Annie, 7. The couple met as sophomores in high school, and they were looking forward to their 15th anniversary this month. Farrell Lynch also looked forward to a day when he could retire and coach high school basketball, said his wife. "He wanted to get into coaching one day B that was his dream. Simple, but that's what he wanted," she said.

Sean Lynch, 36, lived in Morristown, N.J., with his wife, Lori, and daughters Mary, 3, and Grace, 17 months. "He was a very thoughtful person," said his wife. "He was already saying to Mary, `Be kind to your sister; always treat people well.' "
-- Anon (Friend { })
07 Dec 2001

My name is also Sean Patrick Lynch of Australia. Like Sean I have two daughters and am the son of Irish Immigrants. I visited New York last year while on a trip too the Masters Golf Tournament and when I saw the name on the memorial list it sent a shiver up my spine. I do hope that Sean and others have not died in vain. I hope that countries like America and Australia will continue to be vigilant in stopping terrorism here and abroad.

Too his wife and children I wish you every piece of happiness that can come your way.
-- Sean Patrick Lynch (Friend Namesake)
21 Apr 2005

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