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The Cheryl Lynch Bench and Plaque (Snowmass)

This memorial bench and plaque is located just steps from the snow near the Westin Hotel in Snowmass Village.  The photos below were taken on April 3, 2018 during the week of the National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic in Snowmass Village (https://www.wintersportsclinic.org/).  I am assuming that "WSC" is an abbreviation for Winter Sports Clinic and "TBI" an abbreviation for Traumatic Brain Injury.  For Cheryl Lynch's obituary, see this page:http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/name/cheryl-lynch-obituary…


In Memory of Cheryl Reed LYNCH

October 24, 1954 - May 8, 2016


Obituary

Cheryl Reed Moore Lynch, 61, of Pace, Florida passed away on Sunday, May 8th, 2016. Born in Falls Church, Va., she was the youngest daughter of the late Doris Louise and Stephen Reed Moore. Cheryl was a Navy wife moving often and eventually moving to and settling in Pace, Florida. Cheryl was well-known and loved advocate for wounded veterans of all wars. Cheryl founded the American Veterans with Brain Injuries (AVBI) organization. This organization established awareness and support for soldiers and families that have been adversely affected by brain injuries. Cheryl is survived by her husband of 43 years, Senior Chief Petty Officer Frank H. Lynch, her two sons: Timothy (Shannon) and Christopher Lynch, and two grandchildren: Bryce and Shelby. Cheryl is also survived by her heartbroken sisters Sandy (Tim) and Dianne (Bill), Brother in Law Dennis, several nieces, nephews, and cousins. In Lieu of flowers donations in her name would be appreciated to American Veterans with Brain Injuries (AVBI.org), or your favorite Veteran's support charity. In the near future a private family ceremony to celebrate her life will be held ocean side where she considered home
Arrangements under the direction of National Cremation and Burial Society, Milton, FL.

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