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Linda W. (Vinton) Tillman

Ormond Beach, FL - Linda Tillman (Linda W. Vinton), affectionately known by friends and family as Lulu, died on November 2, 2018 in Ormond Beach, FL with her husband, Ken, by her side. She was given a cancer diagnosis just days before her 70th birthday, September 17th (1948).

If you were lucky enough to meet her, you were surely drawn to her immediately. If you were her child or grandchild she made you feel as if you hung the moon. She loved and supported her family beyond compare. She was known for her iconic peace sign necklace that suited her so very well. It wasn't as much a fashion statement as it was her badge of conduct. Besides an intense love for all things family, her other passions included baking (birthday cakes that are still being talked about), creating and painting (establishing a booming business constructing and hand-painting children's teepees), and cultivating new friendships coast to coast as she and Ken traversed the U.S. with their dogs from craft show to craft show. Lulu & Pops sent their grandchildren postcards from the most beautiful places.

Born in Fairborn, OH, Linda was the daughter of the late Frank and Barbara (Sauer) Weaver. Linda moved to Wilmington, DE where she raised her children.

She leaves behind a daughter, Heather Robitzer (Don), and son, Brock Vinton II (Jen), grandchildren Lily, Mattie, Brock III, and Claire, and sisters Debby Wood, Sue Llewellyn and Jenny Cercopely.

A Celebration of Life will be held in Ormond Beach, FL on March 2, 2019. To honor her legacy, make something creative, smile at a stranger, ask someone how they are doing, make a donation to in her memory. But above all, be yourself.
Published in The News Journal on Jan. 13, 2019
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