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December 18, 2018

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January 9, 2018
Please accept my condolences for the loss of such a wonderful person. While speaking with Kevin this evening I was flooded with flashes of adventures Linda and I shared, lessons she taught me and the always present sound of laughter. Her family provided the sparkle in her eye as we chatted over a meal or a manicure and there was no mistaking the love in her voice when speaking of Don, which happened often. Linda brightened a room simply by entering and extended a warm welcome to those who visited. My world was made better for having known her.

My deepest sympathies to her friends and family at such a difficult time.
January 9, 2018
Please accept my condolences for the loss of such a wonderful person. While speaking with Kevin this evening I was flooded with flashes of adventures Linda and I shared, lessons she taught me and the always present sound of laughter. Her family provided the sparkle in her eye as we chatted over a meal or a manicure and there was no mistaking the love in her voice when she would speak of Don, which happened often. Linda brightened a room simply by entering and extended a warm welcome to those who visited. My world was made better for having known her.

My deepest sympathies to her friends and family at such a difficult time.