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Bob and Trish Kane posted a condolence
Tuesday, November 27, 2018Linda was such a wonderful person. Kind, thoughtful and so considerate of others. She was also an enthusiastic covered bridge enthusiast. She will be sorely missed by her friends in the covered bridge community and by all those who loved and cared for her. Rest in peace our friend.
Sue R posted a condolence
Monday, November 26, 2018A sweet and generous friend. Linda will be missed.
Renee posted a condolence
Monday, November 26, 2018Linda will be forever remembered as a kind and thoughtful person. We shared a fondness for sending notes and hand-made cards. I have saved every single one that she sent me and tried to send some along to her as well. I know that she enjoyed receiving them. She will remain in my thoughts and prayers. My condolences to her family and may she rest in peace.
Marie Fields-Ealey posted a condolence
Sunday, November 25, 2018I own a business and Linda was one of my customers that we fully embraced. She was more than a customer she became a warm, loving dear friend. She embraced one of my employees to help her with Blanes Puzzle Blog. Linda, really didn't need help, it was her way of keeping young people thinking and figuring things out. Simply put, to use the brain they were given and to be sharp, as she was. Linda, called last week as she often did, to chat and request a few things. Typically, I would send one of my employees, but this time I came along as I wanted to see Linda, before heading out out of town for Thanksgiving. I assured Linda,If she needed anything while I was away to call Nicole,(her puzzle buddy).She said "wooow"(not a typo,that's how she said it) I do have a stinky puzzle to figure out. I leaned over and kissed her and gave her a slight hug as she sat in her chair. I said "I would see her when I returned"". My heart tells me she figured out that STINKY puzzle before she left this earth. Linda, was truly an AMAZING woman. There are not that many Linda's left on this earth, but in her memory my employees and I will continue to pay it forward, because that's what Linda would always do and would encourage other people,to embrace that kind gesture.
Suzanne Swistak posted a condolence
Saturday, November 24, 2018Aunt Linda was a cut above. Her unfailing devotion to others and spirit of giving coupled with her “glass is always half full” persona has surely left an unforgettable imprint on all those she knew. While we can’t always remember words, we can remember how someone made us feel. Linda always made me feel not only accepted and valued, but she was always right behind me with an unparalleled enthusiasm for things I was excited about or working towards. She is a strong role model to me and I will always cherish her.
Sandra Henry posted a condolence
Saturday, November 24, 2018Linda was a wonderful friend for 50 years. Hundreds of phone calls, shopping trips, puzzles, and so many gifts to my two little pugs. She will be missed very much, particularly when I look across my backyard and see no lights in her house.ThEaJ
Dave & Rona Mann posted a condolence
Saturday, November 24, 201841 years ago a timid young bank teller pushed a small Milk Bone dog biscuit through the drive up window to our German Shepherd, Louka. That began a long and wonderful relationship with "The Cookie Lady." We will miss her soap box rants, her snail mail, and her enduring, sincere friendship. The Cookie Lady was one of a kind...and the best kind.