Linda M. Yero

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Linda M. Yero
Barneveld - Utica
Linda M. Yero, 63, of Barneveld, formerly of Utica, passed away February 18, 2013, at the Siegenthaler Center, New Hartford. Linda was born in Utica on February 26, 1949, the daughter of Peter W. and Catherine (Biel) Misch. She was raised and educated in Utica, and was a graduate of the class of 1967 at UFA. On May 25, 1968, at St. Peter's Church, Utica, Linda married her high school sweetheart and soul mate Dennis W. Yero. For a number of years, Linda had been employed with the Utica Public Library as an assistant librarian. She was also employed for a time as a cashier with Walmart, but her favorite job was being a housewife. Linda will be remembered as a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. She had a strong faith in God, which she used to guide her through her life. Her greatest love and her legacy is her family. Linda is survived by her husband, Dennis; two daughters and their husbands, Denise and Philip Verrenti, of New Hartford, and Kimberly Yero and Gary Green, of Utica; and two sons and their wives, Edward and Lisa Yero, of NC, and Scott and Crystal Yero, of Rochester. She also leaves ten grandchildren, Trey, Donte, Allison, Hailey, Micah, Michael, Donnell, Annalena, Deyanna and Samuel, all who held a piece of their "Mema's" heart. Also surviving are a sister and brother, Nancy Stoffel, of VA, and Peter J. Misch and family of the Philippines; and her in-laws, Samuel and Marcia Yero, of Utica, Brian and Amy Yero, of Ilion, and Elaine and John Sergi, of Herkimer. The family would like to extend their sincere thanks to Drs. Sikder and Razia's Office, Dr. Block's Office, the 6th floor staff at St. Luke's, and all the beautiful people that loved and cared for Linda, especially those at Hospice Siegenthaler Center. Mrs. Yero's funeral will be held Saturday, February 23, 2013, at 10:00 at St. Peter's Church, N. Utica, where her Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated. Her burial will be at Calvary Cemetery, Utica. Calling hours will be at the Heintz Funeral Home, 408 Herkimer Rd., N. Utica, Friday evening from 4:00 until 7:00 p.m. "Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal." Online messages at:
Linda M. Yero
Published in The Observer-Dispatch from Feb. 19 to Feb. 21, 2013
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