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Linda M. Groulx Obituary
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October 15, 2018

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October 9, 2017
Linda, I loved having you as a sister-in-law. When you and Jerry were first married you took me out for a day of shopping and fun that was such a great time. We all loved your picnics, the Easter egg hunts you set up for the little kids and your ever-present smile. Even at MCH you were always smiling and happy, asking about each family member and enjoying the pictures we brought. I thought there would be many more years of visits but you are gone too soon. No more pain, your health is back and you're reunited with your parents and others who have gone before. I bet you're smiling up there too. Know that, although people aren't always great at expressing it, you were and are dearly loved and missed.
October 7, 2017

Our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends .May God grant you strength, as you reflect on His promise to do away with sickness and death forever. (Isaiah 33;24 & 25:8). We all are looking forward to a time when death will be SWALLOWED up forever.
October 6, 2017
Linda, you will surely be missed. I have known you since I was a teenager. I met you when I started working at Endicott Johnson at Marketplace Mall. You LOVED that job! You took me under your wing & watched out for me there. You taught me how to take inventory & I remember us working in the back room being silly & laughing together. We became more than coworkers after a bit, a friendship was born. You would have me over to your house on Saratoga Street & we would talk for hours. You introduced me to your babies, the doggies. You just loved them! Even after I left Endicott we remained friends & stayed in contact. We would call each other & catch up. I was surprised to see you at my church one Sunday morning! It turned out that you were related to one of my friends at there. :) I was sad to hear when you became ill & you were living in a home in Hilton. I would come visit you there & you just loved the company. You would always get a big smile on your face. I will never forget your smile. I also visited you a few times at MCH with my friend, GiGi. I was amazed that you would always remember me even after all the years that went by. You would say, "how's my Angel doing?" I will miss you my Friend & I pray that I will see you again someday, pain free. Love you, Angel
October 4, 2017
We here at MCH WILL MISS YOU AND LOVE YOU. Susan May