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October 17, 2018

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December 12, 2017
Linda you will be missed. Such a good hearted woman.
November 26, 2017
Linda and I spent many happy hours together as neighbors in a duplex when we lived in Pittsburg in the early years of 2000. We cooked for each other, shared wonderful stories and pictures of our beloved grandchildren, admired each other's plants, talked about our pets, and sat outside in the evening at night talking about life, our families, our pasts and our futures. Sometimes we would slip over early in the morning to have coffee in our bathrobes and slippers.
Those are wonderful memories, and I will always cherish them. I will always remember Linda's sense of humor, her laugh, and her love of the simple pleasures of life... family, pets, plants, food, a great bargain, and friends.
November 26, 2017
Whenever I talked with Linda, we would have a good laugh; we shared the same sense of humor.
I had not had the opportunity to see her recently. A couple of months ago, she had called me; she wanted me to visit her. I was in Pittsburg on Friday and thought I would get to see her again. Sadly, I was told she had passed away earlier in the week.

Sorry for the loss of your mother and grandmother. Linda always expressed how much she loved her children, and she thought her grandchildren hung the moon.

May she rest in peace and love. Roseanne