Linda Jean Gleisner

Paradise, California



Paradise, California


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Linda Jean Gleisner Aug. 2, 1966 - June 14, 2009 Resident of Concord Linda passed away in Concord on June 14, 2009, after valiantly battling complications of diabetes. Linda was a shining light of love, laughter, and kindness who lived her life to the fullest. Her buoyant, courageous spirit...

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Drawing of Linda in 1992 by Jeannie Myers

Missing her... loving her

I can not believe she is gone I only wish i got to know her as you all did I got to meet her as a young adult we were sent to the same group home at the same time... I moved way to much threw the years an lost touch with so meny of the girls .......... she was a good friend back then

I am so sorry to hear of Linda's passing. I remember visiting with Linda on her front porch while we sipped coffee and talked. I admired her pretty flowers and beautiful beaded jewelry. She was a strong woman, savvy and creative. She will be missed.

May Linda find the Pure Land, be free from suffering, and find true happiness.

Jeannie, Jim and Family,
After reading all the testamonials for Linda it makes me think I actually had met her. She must have been a wonderful daughter. My angel, Maggie, will help to look after her in Heaven!

I will remember Linda each time I put on a pair of earrings she made me to match many necklances along with other pieces of jewwelry I purhcased from her. Just today, a friend was wearing a necklace and earring set that I had Linda make especially for her.

Of course, I will always remember the smile - especially pretty after she got her new teeth.

God bless, Linda.

I remember Linda's big smile. She looked at you with eyes that saw you. She bubbled over with life. I remember her being tickled to share some produce with me--she loved being able to give. I trust that she is at peace.

Jeannie and Michael,

I want to thank you for your email and coming by the salon the other day. I am very sad for your(our) loss. I was unable to make it to Linda's remembrance at the park, as I was too far away with a family function.

But, my heart was with you and everyone celebrating her life and our fortune at having known Linda. She was a special friend to all who knew her. And although I did not see her often, I will miss her presence in this world.


Jeannie, I am so saddened to hear about the loss of your daughter. I am sure the pain is so deep, my thoughts are with you at this difficult time. May you take comfort in having the love and time you shared with her in your life keep you strong.
Lynne Bassell (580 Executive Center, Former Employee)