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Bob Lynch
Age: 44
Occupation: Property Manager
Worked for: Porth Authority of New York and New Jersey
Originally from: Staten Island, NY
Resided in: Cranford, NJ
School:
College: Voorhees Technical Institute, NYC
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Other links: Bob Lynch, 44, went back in to help out
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our family sends their deepest prayers and support to the departed "lynch" families who lost their lives due to the attacks... we are the kester family... kelly (wife) is a decendent of the lynch clan out of county galway... we do not know if our roots lie within these lynch families, but their memories will be with us forever... if their we are any relation to these famlies, well, we might never know... but let us know if there is anyway we could offer support in any way... someday, we will all meet together as one family in Heaven... may the Lord bless and keep you in His Holy grace...

mathew and kelly kester (kelly maiden: casterline decendent of the lynch family clan of county galway)
kelpyrock@ameritech.net
-- mathew and kelly kester (Friend)
17 Oct 2001

From NY Times Nov 26, 2001

'Bob the Builder'

Elisabeth Lynch did not think much of Robert H. Lynch's baseball card collection until he presented her with an engagement ring. "Wow," said the future Ms. Lynch, "what did you do, rob a bank?" He had not. He had sold his treasured stash of Ricky Henderson cards.

Years later, Mr. Lynch, 44, one of the World Trade Center's many property managers, still bought a complete set of baseball cards every year to pass on to his kids. He passed on more valuable things too, teaching his son Patrick to whistle by age 4. This summer, on a family trip to the Jersey Shore, he outfitted his three young children (he had two others from a previous marriage) with kites and guided them aloft. "Even the 18-month-old was standing on the beach holding a kite," Ms. Lynch said.

Around the Lynch home in Cranford, N.J., Mr. Lynch played master carpenter. "He rebuilt most of this house," Elisabeth Lynch said, "and he was always teaching the kids how to do things. They liked to sing that song" -- the theme from a Nickelodeon TV show -- " `Bob the Builder, can he fix it? Bob the Builder, yes he can.' "
-- Anon (Friend { })
07 Dec 2001

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