Kenneth Lynch of the Loon Clan with a Bear totem is an Anishinaabe (Ojibwa) enrolled member of the Lake Superior Band of Red Cliff Indians and is the father of one child, Kenneth Lynch, Jr. Ken proudly served in the U.S. Army with the 101st Airborne throughout the U.S., Canada and overseas with the Multi-National Peacekeeping Forces and Observers in Egypt.
Ken is a federal employee and began his federal civil service career with the U.S. Indian Health Service and subsequently with the U.S. Forest Service Job Corps Program serving in a diversity of positions. Beginning in 1998 he has worked for the USDA Rural Development Program in Arizona, Wisconsin and currently serves as a Loan Specialist & Native American Coordinator in the Aberdeen, South Dakota Area Office.
Ken’s outside interests include cultural activities that relate to his Native American heritage; is an accomplished artist specializing in the pen and ink drawing medium. Ken has had the privilege of traveling the U.S. and study the many different Native American Tribes. This knowledge has enabled Ken to incorporate many traditional images and styles into his art.
Kenneth J. Lynch
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