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Dick Lynch

Born: 1936-04-29 - Died: 2008-09-24
Cause of Death:
Leukemia


Death Summary: Richard Dennis “Dick” Lynch died from Leukemia at the age of 72. He was married to Rosalie Lynch for over 47 years, they had six children together.

Who was Dick Lynch : Lynch was a former professional football player for the Washington Redskins and New York Giants. He played his collegiate career with the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame.

During his playing days with the Giants, Lynch made the Pro Bowl in 1963 and led the NFL in interceptions in 1961 and 1963.

After his playing days were over, he found himself in the commentator’s booth from 1967 to 2008.
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5 Signatures in Dick Lynch's guestbook

  1. writergirl Says:

    A loving man, a helluva cornerback, a great radio talent, but above all, a beloved and loving husband and father. The world is a quieter, sadder place.

  2. William R. McDonnell Says:

    Watching the Giant games on radio will never be the same without Dick Lynch. I met him at Gallagher’s I think in 1991 when WNEW use to do a show from there on Monday nights. He talked with me about the Giants and Notre Dame. Two great topics. I remember the half time interview he did with Dan Quayle during a Monday night football game. It was a pretty good interview. Dick Lynch was a New Yorker, that is not a bad thing to say about a person. Don’t forget he scored the only touchdown in a game against Oklahoma when he was playing for Notre Dame when the fighting Irish beat Oklahoma 7-0 snapping the Sooners 49 game winning streak.

  3. mark thilmony Says:

    i like his name

  4. R Lynch Says:

    r.i.p

  5. Idhar Says:

    Of course, I am a great fan of Tejaswi and I’ve read his book Parisarada Kathegalu of his cohhdloid. Speaking of Malenad of it’s great beauty that even the rashtrakavi once spoke of, he brings his dad back to life! It’s a must read for all his fans!


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