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KOZICKI, Linda May
In loving memory of Linda May Kozicki who passed away in her home in Sherwood Park, Alberta on May 9, 2018 at the age of 68.
After years of perfecting the art of perogies and cabbage rolls, and tending to beautiful gardens, Linda was called up by "the person upstairs" for a permanent position to do the things she loved.
Linda was an avid gardener and could be found most of the summer in her back yard tending her flowers and veggie garden or picking raspberries for her grandchildren or nephews. She spent winters doing needlepoint and those artworks are cherished by her family. At any holiday she was in charge of making perogies and cabbage rolls and took pride in teaching others how to make her famous creations. At any holiday feast the first dish empty was always Linda's perogies.
Thankfully, she will have many friends and family to help her settle into her new locale, including her father, John Kozicki, her mother, Margaret Kozicki, and her brothers and sisters Eddy Kozicki, Bob Kozicki, Barry Kozicki and Jean Bernard.
She will be missed by many, including her daughters Jackie (Terry) Sargent and Joanne Ostashek, her son Bill (Nadine) Ostashek, her brother Allen (Lee) Kozicki, and sisters Cathy (Eddy) Cender and Carol Colt, and her grandchildren Elliott Ostashek, Jaeger Ostashek, Alexandra Banner and Kristen Kanerva, with many nieces, nephews, and cousins, co-workers and friends.
While we will miss the love she rolled into each cabbage roll and the care pressed into each perogy, we are grateful for the time we had with her and the impact she has had on all of our lives. She will always be remembered for her bright smile, infectious laugh, and her kindness and generosity.
In lieu of flowers, we invite you to make a donation in Linda's name to the charity of your choice.

Published in The Edmonton Journal on May 16, 2018
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