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62, died on July 9, 2020 of complications from cancer. Devoted mother of Lisa and Greg; loving wife of Mark Bailey. A graduate of the University of Rochester, for both a Bachelor's of Chemistry and a Master's of Business and Finance, Linda began her career in Rochester. Linda held financial analyst roles in Chicago before moving to the greater Philadelphia area in Haddonfield, New Jersey, where she succeeded in senior roles in the healthcare industry. Linda was an advocate for anyone she met; she became a dedicated mentor, she was often called upon for advice, and she would gladly give her opinion-whether you wanted it or not. Her family, lifelong friends, and the communities to which she committed herself will dearly miss her.
Funeral services and interment are private. The family requests, in lieu of flowers, that any donations in her name be made to Caring Hearts Ministry, c/o Ilyse Janove, 55 Festival Dr., Voorhees, NJ 08043.

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Published in The Philadelphia Inquirer on Jul. 12, 2020.
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August 24, 2020
My deepest sympathies for Linda's family on her untimely passing. While I know I was not always her most favorite old boss, I always respected her professional contributions and what she did for me and my department at Abbott. She was a unique talent.
Chuck Karabin
July 14, 2020
I worked with Linda for a few years at AstraZeneca and she was a great manager, mentor and friend. And she was so very proud of her kids! Im so sorry to hear of her illness and ultimate passing. Sincere condolences to her family. Susan Wise
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