Wenifort Washington-johnson posted on July 16, 2020
Mrs. Lynch there are no words of comfort when you lose a son. Our hearts and prayers are with you and the family during this difficult time. Billy grew up in such a wonderful loving family. He will be greatly missed by his wife and friends but nothing will fill the void for his brother's and sisters. Just remember he may be gone but he will never be forgotten. Dr. Wenifort Washington-Johnson and Family.

Mary L. Lipford posted on July 15, 2020
My prayers are with you and our family. I love you all, and will always keep you lifted up. God bless you.

Patricia Dowell posted on July 10, 2020
Sending my sympathy and love to Mary and all the family.

The Dowell Family posted on July 10, 2020
Our love and condolence to the entire family. W ARE Sadden by Billy's, he will always remain in our hearts. Love to all and blessings

Danielle Ryan posted on July 10, 2020
A phenomenal storyteller! A captivating teacher who would go into great detail explaining things I never knew I needed or even desired to know. Sharing information was his love language and the delivery of this information was his art. When in his presence; I desired to stand up a little taller, sit up straighter, and to definitely bring my “A+ Game” to any and all conversations/ discussions that I had with him. Simply stated: Uncle Billy’s presence demanded that you be your best self and then BE BETTER THAN THAT! May we each honor his legacy by doing just that.

Nasja (Aude) Bobé posted on July 10, 2020
Dearest Lynch family, I would like to extend my deepest sympathies on the loss of Billy . I have many fond memories of both Billy and Linda for they were such a big part of our family . Sending much love and heartfelt sympathy at this most sad and difficult time. May God Bless and keep you all healthy and safe. Sincerely, Nasja Bobe’ ( Joe Aude’s sister )

Saida Mazzone posted on July 9, 2020
It’s with a heavy heart that I extend my deepest sympathy to the Lynch Family for their loss. Bill was an important part of our family, and we will treasure the times that we spent together. I will forever be grateful that God brought my brothers Joe and Bill together. Thank you Lynch Family for sharing your son, brother & Uncle Bill with us. Saida Aude Mazzone and Family

Bonnie Stewart posted on July 9, 2020
I feel like I knew Bill even though we’ve never met. I’ve heard all the Joe & Bill stories from Joe Aude, although, I’m sure there are many more! He was definitely loved and respected by everyone who knew him. I know in my heart he and I would have made great friends and debated many topics. Joe and the Aude family will miss him dearly but I hope many great memories will be of comfort to them and all of his family. My sincerest condolences and prayers are with you all As you grieve such a great loss. Much Love, Bonnie Stewart (Aude)

Teresa White posted on July 9, 2020
My uncle meant the world to me. Growing up, Uncle Billy took care of me while my mother was running errands. He would teach me about his fish and His life-long partner, Aunt Linda showed me all of her needlework. He would always play with me and his dog Socrates outside. I am going to greatly miss my wonderful uncle.

The Hernandez/Wood Family posted on July 9, 2020
Ever since I was a little girl I've always known him as Uncle Bill. He was always so happy and fun to be around. It was always a good time when uncle Joe said uncle Bill and aunt Linda are coming over for the holiday. We love and will miss you dearly uncle Bill! Please say hi to my dad (John Hernandez) I know you guys have a lot of catching up and jokes to tell each other

Regina Wadkins and Frederick Mobley posted on July 9, 2020
Our thoughts, condolences and prayers are with the Lynch family as you remember your loved one, William Lynch. His spirit lives on with each one of you.

Jerry Davis posted on July 8, 2020
My condolences to the family; my prayers are with you to help strengthen you in your time of bereavement

James Adams posted on July 8, 2020
My condolences to the Lynch family hugs and prayers for family during this trying times.

George Aude posted on July 8, 2020
I met Billy through my cousin Joe Aude over 30 years ago at Joe’s New Year’s Eve party. Over the years I would see him and his wife at all family events both the happy ones and the sad ones. I remember him telling stories about playing Joe in racquetball and betting Joe. He was always happy cheerful and both he and Linda Would always cheer up any conversation and made anytime with them truly enjoyable. He and Linda became part of our family and over the years, though we would not see them that often, the chemistry was always there, like a best friend who was always there for you. I will miss Billy and prey for Linda and his family and look forward to seeing him someday on the other side, when we will be in paradise. God bless you Billy and Rest In Peace. Love, George and Lucy Aude