Louise Lynch
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I didn't know Louise but read her obit online after I started my journey to try to discover a little bit on those lost on 9/11. I read she had a daughter. To her, and all those who knew her, please accept my condolences. America will never forget.
Leslie Honcharik, Friend
Sep 28 2022 4:34AM
20 yrs and I still remember you. Always willing to help me at work with accounting issues. RIP will never forget.
Migdalia Otero, Colleague
Sep 11 2021 11:41AM
I had the pleasure of working with Louise after our firms merged. She was very knowledgeable and helped our teams resolve many issues. She was a wonderful mother, wife and friend. I know she was very close with her daughter Maria and always provided love and guidance. We would like to send our thoughts and prayers to Louise's family. May she rest in peace.
Raj P, Colleague
Sep 10 2021 9:04PM
I would see Louise at mass at St. Martin of Tours, Amityville, NY. I would sometimes see her at the Amityville train station in the morning or evening and we would greet each other. I worked for the LIRR, and I found a cell phone on the train one night. I called the number on the phone and I arranged to deliver it. Well, Louise came to the door, and couldnt thank me enough. We were'nt really friends, but aquaintances. I can not believe she is gone; her daughter was very young at the time and I believe her husband was not well. Every year on the anniversary 0f 9/11, I watch the memorial service on TV to hear her name. May she rest in peace.
Mary Bove, Friend
Sep 12 2020 8:40PM
i visit you frequently at the memorial in hauppague and will be there again this 9/11. it seems like it was such a short time ago when we were kids on 8th. street. that was over 60 years ago. i was on our block a few weeks ago and my mind drifted back as i passed 191 and 191 and a half, our two houses right next to each other. it was a nice but sad at the same time. my older son tommy was married on june 4th of this year, isn't that your birthday? see you some day louise but my visits to you wll always continue, love your old friend donny
dominick [donny] iannizzotto, Friend
Jul 29 2011 3:51PM
Louise, along with all the others that I knew, comes to mind when I think of that awful day nine years ago. I hope her daughter (Maria) found some peace since then and is doing well.
Josephine Restivo, Colleague
Sep 13 2010 5:09PM
I never met Louise, however her name was the one that called to me at today's 9/11/2008 Remembrance at the Garden of Reflection in Yardley, PA. I left my flower with Louise and have now placed her name in my heart and my prayers. May God bless her family and loved ones.
Doris Udry, Friend
Sep 11 2008 11:53AM
Seven years in heaven, Louise..... You are, and always will be missed. I love to remember all the fun we used to have, especially all those bountiful dinners you made. I remember especially the mashed potatos that tasted like metal...boy, were you upset! God Bless you Louise. Your nephew, John
john bennett, Family
Sep 11 2008 6:36AM
i really miss you Louise. sometimes i cry myself to sleep when i remember all things you did for me.. i love you so much Louise.. xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo
Louise Lynch, Friend
Aug 12 2007 8:31PM
You were with me this morning when i turned on the radio and heard Neal Diamond singing 'Forever in Blue Jeans'. I know that you loved that song. Well, you had tons of people that loved you too Louise. Can't believe its been 5 years. My mom is up there with you now too, so I hope you are both having fun! Pray for us down here, as we still pray for you. Love, John
john bennett, Family
Sep 11 2006 8:46AM
Louise, you will always be in my thoughts and prayers. I will always remember the times you bailed me out of my billing errors on Credit Suisse in the BASY's system. I can still remember our last meeting with Raj exactly one week before that fateful day. We had finally worked out all our invoice issues thanks to your hard work. I will always be grateful and I will never forget.
Chris Wise, Colleague
Sep 10 2006 10:03PM
Two years have passed since that terrible day, and the memory of Louise has not diminished in her small family circle. Her presence is still strong in our lives and her inluence is felt on many occasions. Her spirit lives on in the way we cherish the little things in life that make us laugh and keep us together. Louise taught us all a lesson in every day courage and dedication to what was her only treasure; her family. God Bless you.
Sep 16 2003 2:41PM
I attended elementary school and high school with Maria and knew Mrs.Lynch from all of the activities we attended throughout the years. When I found out that she worked in the World Trade Center, I was absolutely devasted. My mother and Louise sat together on the way into the city on many occasions. I know that Maria was so close to her mother and she is greatly missed by our entire community.
J.L., Friend
Sep 11 2002 4:37PM
My name is Mary Scruggs and I live in Houston, TX and work for Corestaff Services. I was fortunate enough to select Louise's name to honor her memory along with those who lost their lives on 9-11-01. I will be offering daily prayers in memory of Louise. If anyone can provide me with some information on Louise or how I can email her family it will be appreciated. I have not been able to obtain any personal information on Louise, i.e., likes, hobbies, family. I don't want to ever forget the people who lost their lives for our country and knowing more about Louise will forever keep her in my memory. If someone has information, please email me at mscruggs@corestaff.com Thank you and GOD BLESS AMERICA
Mary Scruggs, Friend
Sep 6 2002 2:36PM
I think of Louise's daughter Maria and wonder how she is coping. I know Louise and Maria were very close, and I wish her all the best.
Josephine Restivo, Colleague
Aug 25 2002 7:42PM
I started working with Louise when J&H; and M&M; first merged. We got along right away and I started calling her 'Weezie.' We would chat every Monday morning about the previous night's episode of 'The Sopranos.' I remember her always having her nails done, looking so good. Louise loved her daughter very much and spoke of her often. I think of Louise a lot and know she is missed greatly.
Leila Elvebakk, Colleague
May 23 2002 1:07PM
One of the nicest and helpful people at Marsh. I never met Louise personally, however, she always made me feel like we were old friends, no matter how many times I bugged her. My thoughts and prayers go out to Louise’s family. She was a true Diamond in a Sea of Cubic Zircons.
Pat Foy, Colleague
Apr 9 2002 1:38PM