Linda Adele Schneit

Walnut Creek, California

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We are the Brazilian relatives of Linda and want to express our deep feelings for her passing away, which came to our knowledge only two days ago. I met Linda and Andy in 1994, just after seeing her parents Susan and Louis in LA. My wife Heloisa had the privilege of meeting them in the following year and right after that we knew of the adoption of little Alex.
It was with tears in the eyes of all of us, that Tante Sonia told me about the death of her "little girl" Linda. Rest...

I will miss my dear friend of 48 years. My heart is aching.

A lady of poise, dignity, and sincere honesty, I will miss our friendship and your ability to light up a room by simply walking in.

From our times with family in Trenton, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Calistoga, Israel, Foster City, Danville, and Walnut Creek, I will never forget that hundred watt smile you possess and the kind spirit you provided to one and all.

Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with the Schneit and Tuchman families.

David, Melinda,...

Dear Tuchman Schneit family, the enormity of your loss can not be put into words, we send our deepest condolences.
Linda was my friend - smart, funny, compassionate, beautiful. One day she could no longer stand the books covering just about every surface of my house, she organized them, neatly and orderly, just this side of the Dewey decimal system. Thanks to her I discovered a hidden talent I have for organization, and I like to think that the books I gave her then, added a little...

My inspiration and a wonderful friend. A wonderful blend of compassion and understanding. She will always remain a shining star in my life.

Someone who had kind words constantly about her family, friends, and a lady filled with such graciousness, grace, goodwill. She's our angel now, just as she was before.

A inspiring and thoughtful woman and friend who will always be remembered.


Linda's Obituaries

Linda Adele Schneit (Tuchman)Sept 10, 1953 -April 7, 2013Resident of Walnut CreekLinda passed away peacefully at 59 after a short but spirited fight against Multiple Myeloma.Brought up in Southern California and attended Fairfax H.S. and UCLA, but eventually made her way up north to the Bay Area....

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