Linda Beaumont

Winthrop, Massachusetts

Jun 30, 1948 – Mar 28, 2011


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BEAUMONT, Linda (Miller) On March 29. Loving mother of Lisa Gold of Framingham and her husband Rich, and Heidi Liss of Brookline and her husband Avi. Loving Grandma of Dylan and Noa. Dear sister of Marty Miller of North Carolina, Jerry Miller of Swampscott and his wife Ryna, Steven Miller of...

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Dear Marty, Jerry, Steve, and Linda's entire family,
I am so very sorry to hear that Linda passed away. We grew up together as neighbors on Nevada Street and played lots of jump rope, hopscotch, jacks, and other fun games together. She was a beautiful person.
With sympathy,
Nancy Sprince

Our condolences to Steve, Marty and Jerry. My mother, Mikkie was close friends with your mom. We spent summers visiting. I remember Linda as such a sweet and loving person.

Beverly Stone (Salem, MA)
Martha, David and Ed Stone (New York)

I was very sorry to hear about Linda. I knew Linda years ago when I lived in Winthrop through my cousin Renee. Our deepest sympathies to Marty, Jerry and Steve and her entire family.
Paul and Susan Silverman (Plymouth Meeting, Pa)

My mother (now 94) and Linda's mom grew up together. They were very close. Our deepest sympathies to Marty, Jerry, and Steve.

- Ed Stone
New York

So sorry to hear about linda. i remember linda as a fun loving person. my prayers go out to your family.
Naomi Miller (fogel)
and Ida Fogel

I was a neighbor of Linda's on Nevada Street. She will be missed. She had a wonderful personality and a great smile.

I remember Linda from when I was very young and grew up in the house behind hers, & my sisters were friendly w/ her. - I can also remember hearing all about what a truly wonderful woman she was when my sister would see her @ their high school reunions. May G-d bless her! ~

Linda is truly missed. Although we knew her as a friend and neighbor for just six very short years she was an integral part of our neighborhood at 320 West Third. Her energy and enthusiasm was boundless. her dignity and strength surrounding her death is an exampile to all of us! She left a legacy with all of her family. Linda when the roof deck comes to fruition it shall be dedicated in your name for your tireless work. We miss you!

I knew Linda from Winthrop and grew up with her. My prayers are with all of you who knew Linda.
She was a wonderful woman.