“I'm so sorry to hear of Linda's passing. She was a adamant advocate for persons experiencing poverty and homelessness. She will be missed!
“Steven, Keith, Shelley and Jason:
Your mother was ever so proud of all of you. At work, she spoke of each of you with love and proudness...all of you meant more to her than I am sure you will ever know. She meant so much to her work family and always gave so much. How lucky we all were to have had her in our lives. She spoke frequently about how each of you would carry on her spirit...Kathy Smith
“Our sincere condolensces to you Tim and the family you will be in our thoughts and prayers God has another beautiful angel lookin down from above God Bless
“I remember Linda when I went to Bingo at the Eagles Club working in the kitchen. She was always friendly, helpful, efficient and ready to chat, very upbeat. I did not know her well but she was a very familiar face in the kitchen at Bingo and I will truly miss her. My thoughts and prayers are with her family. May God Bless!
“We knew Linda through her son Keith and at the Eagles Club. She was a wonderful person and I will miss talking to her on our occasional trips to the club. Our condolences to her family. Beverly & Gene Lambert
“linda was a very kind a loving women, she was kind to marry beth and I in 1989,we will truly miss her smiling and kind face, the world will feel alittle less warmer without her in it. god bless all of her children.
“It not only was a pleasure but an honor to have had the opportunity to know & learn from such a wise wonderful woman. During my 10 yrs at OHI, Linda became not only a coworker, but a trusted mentor & friend, she will be sadly missed. Thoughts & prayers got out to the family as you continue on this journey of grief & healing.
“So sorry for the loss of your mother. She was a wonderful lady and I enjoyed reconnecting with her at Bingo. She remembered me from when I was a little girl in Capehart and friends with Keith. She was very proud to tell me about all of her childrens accomplishments. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Lisa LaPierre-Lee
“So sorry to hear of your Mom passing. She was a great lady. Will always have found memories of when she was Judie's neighbor on the Davis Rd. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers.
BANGOR AND NEWBURGH -- Linda Lee Huntington, 66, passed away unexpectedly March 24, 2013, at a Bangor hospital. She was born Oct. 25, 1946, in Bangor, daughter of the late Kenneth W. LeGasse and Ethel "Betty" (Moore) Pittman.
Linda was a member of Eagles Club and Elks Club, and was...Read More