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Paul Aaron Lynch
September 14, 1955 ~ May 27, 2023 (age 67) 67 Years Old
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Paul Aaron Lynch, 67, of Adrian, passed away on Saturday morning, May 27, 2023. Paul was born on September 14, 1955, the loving son of Hazel (Breeding) and Elton Lynch. A devoted husband to Cheryl (Clymer) Lynch and beloved father to Shelby (Clymer) Parish. A guiding father-in-law to Manuel Parish and a doting Poppi to Piper and Mason Parish. He is survived by his brother George and Dianne (Snively) Lynch, nieces Brooke Lynch and Lauren Lynch-LaCross and nephew Adam Lynch. His sister Sheila (Lynch) Robbins and husband Roger, nephews Bryan and Zachary Maves and niece Karli Robbins, aunts, uncles, and cousins. Paul was a 1973 graduate of Tecumseh School and stayed connected with his fellow classmates and was looking forward to attending his 50th high school reunion in September. He furthered his education and attended Cumberland College, Monroe Community College, and Stratford Career Institute. He spent several years in the Coast Guard attaining the rank of a two-star Admiral. After his military service, he became a paralegal and worked at law firms in Monroe County. He also worked in the Security Services and Shared Services departments of the University of Michigan retiring in 2021. He spent over 25 years working the football and basketball games for the University Michigan. The term “Michigan Man” can be given to Paul. His dedication to his position as the Field and Tunnel Head Supervisor was something to be truly admired. He treated everyone that came on to the field and through the tunnel with much respect and dignity. Paul was loved by many and gave everything to make sure that if you came to a Michigan game, you left knowing you had an excellent experience. Everyone that knew him could not help but love him and consider him their friend. That big smile he had was just as big as his larger-than-life personality. He was always willing to help anyone out and he never asked for anything of himself. To celebrate Paul’s amazing life, a mass will be held at St. Mary Campus on Wednesday June 14 at 10:30 a.m. followed by a luncheon in the Father Louie Hall at noon. There will be a visitation before the mass at the church from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Donations may be made in Paul’s name to Honorflight.org or Holy Family Parish, Adrian, Michigan.