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Linda Gawthrop

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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I met Linda while in nursing school at St. Kates. She gave me comfort and encouragement while I was taking the nursing math test, which if you didn't pass you could not move on to the next step.She always had a smile on her face and a good sense of humor. Will miss you Linda. Rest in peace.

Merry. Christmas buddy!

Dear Jill & Family
I am so sorry for the loss of your Mother
You always spoke of your Mom and your trips back to Alexandria together. May God be with your family now.

Linda was a generous woman, giving plant slips for a house warming (which unfortunately was destroyed by my baby) and baby outfit that still fits his younger brother. I think of her whenever he wears it, and when I garden. Such a lovely woman, Linda, like her name.

Jill and Family,
Linda was an amazing woman. Bright, funny, kind. I feel blessed to have known her. I share in your loss, Tracey Neary

Dear Jill, Annette and Family! I knew Linda as a young child, happy, outgoing, with a great love of life. She had the best smile I have ever seen! May the Lord give you comfort and strength during this time of sorrow! Linda was a relative to both my husband, Gary and myself! Linda's father, Nordahl and my father, Julius were double cousins! They were lifelong friends! With Sympathy, Ellen Marie and Gary Grabau

My husband and I became friends of Linda when we traveled with a group to Tanzania, Africa March,'05 on a short term mission trip. We have many good memories and was happy that she could visit us at our farm south of Burnsville. My condolences to her daughter, Jill and to Allison who accompanied her to our farm-and who also loved seeing our farm cats. Happy memories.

You will be missed

I met Linda through MOCA meetings and I always enjoyed our times together. She was a lovely person, physically and mentally and I wish I could have known her better and longer.
Margaret E.T. Johnson

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