I'm a rather distant, almost-cousin of Linda's. She and I had corresponded several times via Ancestry.com about our common relatives. I was surprised and sad to learn of her passing.
I was a not-quite distant cousin of Lee's. She and I had been corresponding here and there about our common family, the Joslins. She seemed very nice and I had hoped to meet her one day in person. I was so sorry to hear of her passing and extend my sincerest condolences to her family and friends.
Linda (and Derek, who was just a child then) inspired and blessed all of us in our medical school Christian fellowship. I'm sorry to be so late in leaving a message as I just read about Linda's passing in the Harvard Medical alumni bulletin. Thank you for taking the time to notify them. Please accept my sympathies. Margaret Liu
Will miss an inspiring colleague and friend, especially at this time of year, when cards and newsletters keep us connected. Condolences to Art, Derek, and family.
We will very much miss seeing Lee at Kinsale Day and other celebrations in our little town. Art, we will put an angel on the tree in her memory at Christmas in Kinsale, Dec. 7. Hope you will continue to visit your roots here. Love from Lynn and Petie and Alice and Betty and other cousins here.
I worked with Linda at Kaiser. She was a good physician and a nice person. It was a pleasure to work with her.
Just found out. What a loss of a truly amazing, energetic, compassionate physician and friend. She was amazing, so strong and inspirational. Sympathies to Art, Derek, and family.
Art , I am devastated by this news. I wish we had known earlier. My deepest sympathy to you and the whole family. Jacqueline R Berry, MD Kaiser Falls Church
Dear Art and family,
I am so sorry to hear about Lee. I had the privilege of working with her for two years at the student health center. I learned some great lessons! She will be missed.
Sincerely, Kerri Gray
Dear Art and family,
My sincere condolences to you all on the passing of such brave, generous and strong woman. She was a great teacher and clinician. I always felt privileged to work with her and have greatly missed her since her retirement. I am sorry I will not be able to attend her service, as I will be out of town. I will keep her and all of you in my prayers.
Lee was such an amazing person, such intelligence and determination combined with warmth and congeniality. Over all the many years we have known her, we grew to love and admire her more and more. We will miss her immensely ... not least at our New Year's Day celebration, which over the years she never missed and where she was always a bright spot. Our love and sympathy to you, Art. Cynthia and Jim
shocked and dismayed at the loss of Linda-I wish I were able to travel, but please know that I am with you in thoughts and prayers-and wonderful memories that we spent together as our chidren grew up together. She will be missed so much. With love and sympathy Aunt Harriett
I am so sorry to hear of Linda's passing. She was a wonderful person and an inspiration to many. Please know that you all are in our prayers.
Jim and Jill Welsh
Dear Art and family
I was very saddened to hear of Linda's sudden passing. As you know, we go back 30 years, to her time in residency training, and her practice and teaching time at Georgetown University Medical Center afterwards. I will always remember her cheerful attitude and wonderful, sparkly smile. We'll be out of town during the service, but our thoughts are with you. Jay Siwek, MD, on behalf of the Georgetown University Hospital Department of Family Medicine.
We send Art our deepest condolences. Linda was a remarkable woman and Art and Linda were a wonderful couple. We are in Florida so unfortunately will only be at the service in spirit. With love and sympathy, Elaine and Tom
Dear Art and family, Elaine and I are so sorry to hear that Linda passed away. We're in Florida and won't be able to come to her funeral, but our hearts are with you. Please accept our sincere condolences. Tom Merrick