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January 11, 2013
Seeing your life story, after all these years since high school, through Laura's (Cal) postings on facebook, has shown what a wonderful life, family and friends you have had Linda! You will be missed and loved by all who has known you.
January 10, 2013
Linda, you will be greatly missed. I feel so blessed to have known you in high school. I loved being in ASB with you and having you in drill team while I was in band. You were always such a sweet, kind, and friendly soul. Thank you for being who you were. Rest in Peace, my friend. Until we meet again. My deepest condolences to your family.
January 10, 2013
I have so many wonderful memories of Linda. Without getting too personal, (and as Dave Ax might have elluded to already) she was actually my very first girlfried. We went steady in 8th grade, and then again in highschool. I took her to the prom in my junior year. I didn't even mind that she was probably 2 inches taller than me. Linda was always full of life and laughter, and she was one of the most talented and creative persons I've ever known, as well as one of the smartest. Being a runner on the H.S. track and cross country team, I was able to run over to Linda's house often and enjoy the family dynamics. And since Dave Ax and Bill Schienler were right down the street, I was able to shoot hopes before finishing my runs. Linda, you were always such a talented communicator, colorful and funny. I remember how much Elton John songs made such an impression on you and our relationship (particularly "Your Song"). If there was one word I would use to describe you, it would be "Joy". Not just happiness, but an inner joy that could not be squelched by the difficult circumstances of life. I will always have fond memories of you Linda. Your accomplishments in life exceeded most, and it seems you never stopped trying to make a difference. I admire the example that you set for all. You are immensely missed. Thank you for the love, the laughter, and the memories. I can't wait to find out what was the first question you asked Jesus. Don't forget to thank Him for "Grace". Until we meet again.......
Randy Roberts
January 10, 2013
My cousin, I am in awe of all of the things I have learned about you, through this heartache of our family, and your dear friends. Somehow, you have truly managed to shine, and make us all smile...even in your illness and now in your passing. I so look forward to seeing you, on the other side. love, Bev.
January 10, 2013
Thank you to everyone who has written such lovely comments/remembrances about my sister Linda. You have no idea how much it helps with the grief--every snippit of information is like a gift. In scanning pictures of Linda this week, I came across her H.S. Senior picture and read the backside for the first time. It read, "Eternally, I hope you can always ask me for help. I love you, Love Linda (1976)." And I will.
January 09, 2013
I lost touch with Linda after high school but she was one of those people who you will always remember. She was kind to everyone. She always had that wonderful smile. She seemed to bring life into the room when she entered. She really made this world a better place. God bless her and her family.
January 09, 2013
I havn't been in touch with most of the people I went to wilson h.s.with but I gerw up living literally just below the house she lived in and always remember linda as funny and sincere in all she was involved with.I remember how she chased randy roberts around and honestly it brings me sorrow to learn that she has left us all,but i'm sure jesus has her busy with setting up her room in his kingdom.Anyway my prayers go out to all of you who knew her well. Dave Ax
January 09, 2013
I will miss Linda's wit and wisdom. She was a wonderful combination of intelligence, humor, beauty, and grace. My heart goes out to Linda's family and other friends who are hurting with her loss.
January 08, 2013
Peace, dear cousin. We never got to make pies together but Dad and Grandmom are with you now and they were the Masters.
You were so incredibly talented and smart! You had a beautiful "Gasper" smile which connected us as family. My most recent favorite memory is all the cousins playing "Apples to Apples" last summer! Loved that night ... And you.
Oh... I'll take a slice of pumpkin pie, please. Xoxoxoxo
January 07, 2013
I was saddened to hear the news of Lindas passing and at such a young age. It has been many years since i last seen her,I would like to extend my condolences and prayers to her family and children

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