Linda P Buchanan

Speedway, Indiana

Oct 10, 1947 – Dec 8, 2016 (Age 69)


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Conkle Funeral Home, Avon Chapel - Avon Obituary

Linda Pauline Buchanan, age 69, passed away on December 8th in Indianapolis. She was
born in Hammond, Indiana to Carl and Virginia (Brakley) Anserello. She married
her high-school sweetheart Donald Wayne Buchanan in 1966; they recently
celebrated their fiftieth anniversary with a trip to South Dakota. Linda enjoyed
cooking, gardening, and travel—most of all, she cherished time with her adoring
family. Linda was the mother of Christopher and Matthew, and the grandmother to
Meghan, Sara, Madalynn, Gabriella, Scott, Hart, and Walter, and
great-grandmother to Evelynn. She was supremely devoted to her friends and
family, especially to her grandchildren. She is survived by her husband, sons,
and grandchildren, as well as her mother Virginia and brothers Carl (Butch)
Anserello and Terry Anserello, and sisters Karen Sefton and Laurie Quardokus. A
celebration of life in honor of this loving and generous wife, mother, daughter,
grandmother, sister, aunt, and dear friend will be held at the Avon Conkle
Funeral Home on Tuesday, December 13th at 10 am, with a reception immediately
after at the nearby American Legion. Since this is a memorial service, please do
not send flowers to the funeral home.

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This lady was truly one of a kind! I believe she was the most selfless person I have ever known. She was a fantastic grandma to Meghan and Sara, as well as her other grandchildren. There are no words to express how much she will be missed. Her role in many lives will continue to go on. She showed that no matter what happens in life, love and do what you can for others. I will never forget you...not sure I could ever fill the big shoes you left in this life. Love you for always! XOXOX

Don, I'm so very sorry to hear that Linda passed. It has been a long time since we saw Linda but our thoughts and memories of her are happy and joyful because that's who she was. Linda was a loving person who touched all of us in a special way. One thought that keeps coming to my mind is that you and her were simply made for each other.

I know her family was her everything. We pray that God will strengthen and comfort you and your family during this very difficult time. We are...

My condolences to the family. Linda was a very special person. We had been friends for 50 years.

I would like to offer my condolences to the entire family. Linda was a very caring person she would do anything for anyone in need. I have not seen her in several years since she moved to Indy.Very sorry to hear of her passing. Aunt Arlene Schererville,In

Condolences to the family. I know it is a very difficult time for the family and friends of Linda. Keep those fun and fond memories of her close in heart, reflecting on them often. Rely on the God of comfort and peace. He will sustain us.

Linda was one of the most loving and generous people I have ever been privileged to know. I considered her one of my best friends and I will miss her every day for the rest of my life. Rest in the arms of Jesus, dear friend.

I celebrate Linda and her love that she not only gave to me and my family but to everyone through her cards, notes, handmade gifts, phone calls, and mostly just letting you know she was there and she loved you. Thank you sweet sissy for making our lives so beautiful. Love you more, Laurie

I loved your Mom, sister, grandma. We talked often after the girls got on the bus in Brownsburg. She, like me, went to get the grandchildren off in the morning. It was a joy and so was her friendship.
Janet Black, Candace Littleton's grandma