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Dianne Lynch

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website http://www.golffightscancer.org

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My wife Dianne is an amazing women who hates being called inspirational cause she says its not what she is....but she is. Our son Jack passed away on 10/18/06 after a 3 year battle with cancer (www.jacklynchfund.com). a few months later while breast feeding our 3rd son she found a lump and quickly was diagnosed with breast cancer herself. She is 3 years out and healthy, helps other cancer families, helps raise funds for cancer charities all while raising our other 2 sons and keep me in line. Not only does she help other families, raise money for GFC and the Jack Lynch Fund but she takes the time to spend with other families who are in the place we were years prior. She is an incredible women who as far as i am concerned is already changing the world while being an amazing mom.

5 Comments

  • Dianne is the most amazing, positive thinking person I have ever met. When you meet Dianne you cannot help but be awestruck by her attitude, confidence, and inner beauty as well as the most georgous daughter in law anyone could ask for. Love ya Di.

    Ed Lynch sr commented on Sep 07 11 at 5:24 pm Reply
  • Dianne’s journey is something out of Hollywood. What she and her husband have gone through is more than enough for most. She has turned her own personal tragedy into an energy that she gives to others. While she could have “mailed it in,” Diane has the unique abnility to help others because of her battles with cancer. While I am sure there are many stories of inspiration, Dianne Lynch is the most inspirational person I have ever met. To find the positive in any tragedy and actually be a stronger person because of that experience is truly remarkable. Her help to others who are suffering is the mark of an incredible woman. Thank you for what you have become and are doing for others. Don Leighton

    Don Leighton commented on Sep 07 11 at 6:12 pm Reply
  • I don’t know Dianne but her story touches my heart. I lost my wife Judi to breast cancer Dec. 18, 1993. She like Dianne thought only of others even as she fought that dreaded disease.

    My heart aches for what the Lynch family has gone through and knowing the level of support her husband Ed has provided and the loss he suffered as well on 10/18/06, I feel that he is inspirational as well.

    Dianne has my vote. God bless you lady. You are very, very special indeed.

    Ed: If ever you want to talk with someone who understands give me a call. Tom Moses has my number.

    God bless you both.

    Bob Collinsworth (Harrisville, NH)
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    Bob Collinsworth (Harrisville, NH) commented on Sep 08 11 at 4:44 pm Reply
  • I can’t imagine a more deserving Mominee! Dianne’s courage and strength absolutely AMAZES me. She a never ending desire to help others who are going through the unthinkable as she and Ed did. She doesn’t live in the past. She keeps Jack’s spirit alive by being in the here and now and being an energetic, supportive mom to Aiden and Thomas. She is truly an inspiration! Fingers and toes are crossed for you , Lady Di! Would love to see you win! XO

    Kim O'Connell commented on Sep 13 11 at 2:00 am Reply
  • Dianne doesn’t even know all of the people she has touched and I’m not sure she would even remember our meeting. However, her courage and strength through the trials and tribulations she and her family have undergone are amazing. When I heard she had discovered cancer after so recently losing Jack, my heart went out again to the family. Dianne’s facebook posts continued to be positive, and yes Dianne, inspirational. So many would have fallen into the “woe is me” syndrome. Not Dianne. She continues on, keeps all of those in need in the forefront of everyone’s mind and continues on to spur others to keep moving for what is important. Dianne deserves the Mominee.

    Donna Edwards commented on Sep 28 11 at 1:31 am Reply

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