My heart is deeply saddened to have read this news tonight. I have been looking for Lin for a few years now. We somehow lost touch and I have thought about Lin so very often. You are resting in Heaven now and I believe you are with the rest of the angels. You were such a wonderful clinical instructor and became a very special friend. You always amazed me with all that you did. You had so many talents. My heart is aching.... I'm so sorry for your family's loss and so sorry that I will never see your sweet, sweet smiling face again. With love, honor and respect and feel so blessed to have known you. Gayle Klingler, COTA
Linda you will be truly missed. The last time that I saw you was at your mother's 90th birthday at the Franklin Community Home in Franklin, Indiana. I will always remember you coming to our home on Emerson Avenue for famiy reunions and I will also remember the good times that we had at your house. My stepmother and I will always remember you.
Sometimes, words seem inadequate. Linda's death is one of those times. I first met Linda during the summer before we both started attending Broad Ripple High School in Indianapolis, Indiana. I am so thankful that our paths crossed and for high school, when Linda and I became even better friends. Linda was always so vibrant, such a free spirit, and I'm glad we had a chance to catch up briefly on life at our most recent high-school class reunion. My heartfelt thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends that -- like me -- are undoubtedly struggling to imagine a temporal world without Linda in it. Onward and forward...
Sometimes, words seem inadequate. Linda's death is one of those times. I first met Linda the summer before we both started attending Broad Ripple High School in Indianapolis, Indiana. I am so thankful that our paths crossed and for high school, during which we became even better friends. Linda was always so vibrant...such a free spirit, and I'm glad we had a chance to catch up briefly at our most recent high-school reunion. My heartfelt thoughts and prayers go out to Linda's family and friends that -- like me – are undoubtedly struggling to imagine a temporal world without Linda in it.
I was so saddened to hear this news. I went to Broad Ripple High School with Linda. Her smile lit up every room she entered and her laughter cheered us all. My heartfelt condolences to Linda's family . . . so very many people are thinking of you.
Thinking of you, everyday, Linda. The 'girls' won't ever be the same.You, me, Sue, Connie, Amy, Carole....
A little piece of us is gone.
Linda is the reason why I can use my hand again after a finger injury. She was more than special to me. My sincere condolences to the family and all her co-workers.
I first new Linda through her son when I worked at Lummis Elementary School many years ago. I remember how her face would light up with pride and joy while observing a then "little Andy" at school functions. Later I knew her as a friend in our Bunko group. What a wonderful and thoughtful person. She will be missed by many. Rest in peace my friend.
I will always cherish our practice matches and the long talks afterwards. I knew you were a person I wanted in my life the day I met you. You were one of the most compassionate people I will ever have the pleasure of knowing. You will be greatly missed, but forever in my heart.
My dearest Lin, I am so lost knowing you are gone, but our deep conversations about God and Heaven give me peace. You helped me more than you could ever know and no one will be able to take your place. I will keep you in my heart forever. Thank you for being one of my earth angels. Love always, Laurie Parr
I can't believe you're gone. RIP Linda. I'm glad you were doing what you loved but I'm going to miss you. Love, Sue
I will miss you Linda! I had the pleasure of knowing you through tennis and then as my physical therapist this year. You made a true difference in my life.
Linda was an awesome person and a great tennis player. I knew if I was playing against her it was going to be a long, tough match. RIP.
Linda is going to be greatly missed by the Las Vegas tennis community. May her spirit of competition and fairness be with us always.
Mary Maragos and the USTA Nevada Tennis Association Staff
Aunt Linda, you are going to be missed dearly by so many people. I am so glad we were able to spend time with each other each time you came to Indy, especially this last time.I love you.
Lin treated me and my son with the utmost kindness and respect--she truly was a special soul--she will be missed!
Linda was a wonderful therapist with whom I had the privilege to work with and suprevise when we both worked for Carl Williams, MD and the subsequent corporation owner of the hand clinic. VA is too far to come to pay respects in person, but please know she was great and she will certainly be missed by many in Las Vegas.