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September 5, 2017
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September 1, 2017
Linda you were always a beacon of light which will shine forever. You will be deeply missed.
September 1, 2017
Linda Karen Ormerod 1949 2017
Linda was born in Nelson where she enjoyed a happy childhood with her older siblings Irene and Raymond. She grew up in a dynamic household and within the framework of a large family. She was always very close to her mother Doris, who had four lively sisters and a brother who all lived in Carlisle on the Scotland border. Her father Basil was a professional soccer player, an enthusiastic cricket player and an accomplished Tenor singer with a voice that needed no microphone. He regularly performed at local events and once sang at the Albert Hall in London as a boy Soprano.
Along with her sister Irene, she was always encouraged to perform and, not surprisingly, Linda developed a vivacious and outgoing personality. She blossomed and became a beautiful young woman who enjoyed some degree of success as a local beauty queen and as a model, (like her sister). Linda won many prizes and trips.
She had a beautiful personality and was always able to get on well with anyone. Despite her success she, was in many ways very humble, she had no airs or graces and had great compassion for other people. Linda was very family orientated and a very supportive person. Although not formally religious she always lived her life based on strong Christian values and would never ever bear any malice or bad will towards others.
Linda went on to have 3 lovely children who are all a credit to her. She was extremely enterprising and active and achieved great success as a Party Plan supervisor with a team of over 30 girls selling Pippa Dee clothing. She became involved in the local Real Estate business and became a very successful sales person before moving with her husband David to the USA. Her undaunting support of her husband and his career took her away from her family when she emigrated to New Hampshire. She was unfazed by this difficult move even though it meant two of children remained in the UK. But she always made many trips each year in order back to be at home with them and uphold her family integrity.
Some of her loves were life itself. She loved to travel and developed a lifelong passion for good food and fine wine. But Linda was British to the core and staunchly defended her home country values, especially when others would criticize British Food or Cooking. Her appreciation of wine became one of her hallmarks that people remember her for, along with that for her love of Fish and Chips.
Linda lived an extraordinarily full life and enjoyed the visits she made to many wonderful places in Europe, the Americas, Asia and Australasia. Although enduring many big snow storms in the North East she loved the sunshine and was lucky enough to have many vacations in Hawaii (she loved Maui). It is not surprising she ended up in Florida.
September 1, 2017
Linda Karen Ormerod 1949 2017

Linda was born in Nelson where she enjoyed a happy childhood with her older siblings Irene and Raymond. She grew up in a dynamic household and within the framework of a large family. She was always very close to her mother Doris, who had four lively sisters and a brother who all lived in Carlisle on the Scotland border. Her father Basil was a professional soccer player, an enthusiastic cricket player and an accomplished Tenor singer with a voice that needed no microphone. He regularly performed at local events and once sang at the Albert Hall in London as a boy Soprano.
Along with her sister Irene, she was always encouraged to perform and, not surprisingly, Linda developed a vivacious and outgoing personality. She blossomed and became a beautiful young woman who enjoyed some degree of success as a local beauty queen and as a model, (like her sister). Linda won many prizes and trips.
She had a beautiful personality and was always able to get on well with anyone. Despite her success she, was in many ways very humble, she had no airs or graces and had great compassion for other people. Linda was very family orientated and a very supportive person. Although not formally religious she always lived her life based on strong Christian values and would never ever bear any malice or bad will towards others.
Linda went on to have 3 lovely children who are all a credit to her. She was extremely enterprising and active and achieved great success as a Party Plan supervisor with a team of over 30 girls selling Pippa Dee clothing. She became involved in the local Real Estate business and became a very successful sales person before moving with her husband David to the USA. Her undaunting support of her husband and his career took her away from her family when she emigrated to New Hampshire. She was unfazed by this difficult move even though it meant two of children remained in the UK. But she always made many trips each year in order back to be at home with them and uphold her family integrity.
Some of her loves were life itself. She loved to travel and developed a lifelong passion for good food and fine wine. But Linda was British to the core and staunchly defended her home country values, especially when others would criticize British Food or Cooking. Her appreciation of wine became one of her hallmarks that people remember her for, along with that for her love of Fish and Chips.
Linda lived an extraordinarily full life and enjoyed the visits she made to many wonderful places in Europe, the Americas, Asia and Australasia. Although enduring many big snow storms in the North East she loved the sunshine and was lucky enough to have many vacations in Hawaii (she loved Maui). It is not surprising she ended up in Florida.