She will be missed. A great friend growing up in Eastwood and hanging out at the ball field. Always will be loved. Prayers are with the family. Luv and miss you all.
my great friend, oh how i will miss you. im so thankful to have know you and to have shared so many conversations with you and just to have been your friend love you sweet angel
Growing up in Eastwood was kinda like Mayberry. Going to the ball park, recreation center, and church were the places to be and have fun with family and friends. Tom and Judy's house was always there too. Some of the best times of my youth was spent with Robin, Linda, and Wendy. I know how dear Linda was and how brave and dignified she fought during her illness. Linda was so proud of her family. She and Duke raised two beautiful, kind, and caring kids. One only has to be around Corey and Brittney a few minutes to know what a wonderful mother Linda was. Heaven is rejoicing that Linda is home and her radiance will bring an more brillant glow to that eternal place. Love to all the family. Shelia
Prayers for the family and friends during this difficult time
I will remember Linda from our old neighbor hood in Eastwood . Just walking down the street or riding our bikes. Laughing and talking and just being kids and having good times. My prayers go out to tommy, Judy robin and Wendy.
Thinking of your family and sending peace their way. I went to Eastern with Linda and she was a sweet and kind person with a smile always on her face. I'm so sorry to hear of her passing.
With deepest sympathies-
Linda loved and cared about people without hesitation. Her easy laugh and beautiful smile made everything ok. So many happy memories of playing ball at Eastwood, exercising at Tom Sawyer, walking with Linda and Judy, Glendale days, Whims and Trims and countless other precious times with Linda. Love you so very much.
Rest in Peace dear friend.
Most of my fondest childhood memories included Linda and her family. I lost a wonderful friend and confidant. I will miss her dearly. I love you guys and I am here if you need anything.
I tell everyone that Linda "met you where you were". I never felt I had to be more than I was to be loved and accepted completely by her. She was an angel on earth and the world is better for having had her in it. Because of the precious care she was given by her family, Linda was able to live a full life this past year. She did the things she loved to do. Spend time with her family, go out to dinner, attend the Glendale festival (so she could buy her favorite soaps and candles) and be part of her children's graduations from high school and college. I posted a picture of Linda, Corey & Brittney from her parents 50th wedding anniversary party. She is beaming with happiness as she holds her children close. This is the way I will remember her.
Duke, Corey & Brittney,
So sorry to hear of your loss. Linda was a special person, she always had a kind word & big smile. You'll remain in our thoughts & prayers for weeks to come!
My prayers go out to Linda's family. I remember her from high school as a beautiful individual. Her light has dimmed far too soon. God bless all.
Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
I will always remember Linda with that smile on her face. She always had a kind word to say. She was one of the sweetest women I have ever met. Here's hoping her family finds comfort in knowing that God just got one of the best. My sincerest condolences on your loss.
Continued prayers for your family. My heart aches for you as well, so very sorry for your loss. Linda was a beautiful woman, inside & out. She will be dearly missed.
As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Found out last night that one of my childhood friends had passed away. She had battled brain cancer for quite sometime. Many memories passed through my mind today of summers past, while riding a lawn mower for several hours. I was taken back to a simpler time when the worst of your worries was hoping not to get caught sneaking home too late on a summers night after the ball games in Eastwood. After being on this earth a while, you begin to look back at life so differently and some us get caught up in this worldly rat race so much so that we forget to notice the small things in life that has made a difference in who we are today. Take some time out of your busy schedule to reconnect with these childhood friends, before it's too late. Each day is only a gift and is never guaranteed. Try to find that place that was once in your childhood's mind. That "Rosebud" moment if you will. My heart goes out to the Miles family and close friends. May god be with you during this trying time.