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Linda E. Gonzalez

Bellmawr, New Jersey

Age 56

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MC CANN-HEALEY FUNERAL HOME Obituary

On January 13, 2018. One day before her 57th birthday. (nee Lott) Of Bellmawr.  Formerly of Gloucester City. Loving daughter of the late Edward J. and Eleanor Lott (nee Paul). Beloved sister of Carol Wright, Michael Lott and the late Nancy Cowley (surviving Ted). Cherished aunt of Brian,...

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Linda, you and I have been good friends since the age of 7. We graduated high School together, we went to Rutgers together, we hung out in the same circles, we stayed friends throughout out colleges years. I will remember the fun we had while you were a Gamma sister and I was a TEP brother. I will miss you deeply just like I miss your younger sister. I am sure God has welcomed you into his arms openly. I will never forget you, GHS Class of 79 and Rutgers Camden Class of 83.

Linda brought laughter and light-heartedness to the office. She was always bee-bopping around talking about her weekend, trips planned, her Friday night card night with the girls, the treats she had in the freezer. She had a heart of gold and would give you the shirt off her back. She remembered both my girls when they graduated and gave them a card with gift inside. The world is a better place because of Linda - I will miss her visits to my office :(

Linda had the most selfless giving spirit of any person I have ever met. My sons and I will never forget how she came to our rescue with an open heart and no judgement on a very difficult night. I believe she would have done the same for anyone without ever asking for anything in return. I will miss you and love you forever my sweet friend.

so sorry for your loss. Brenda & Mark of Minnesota.

Happy birthday to a great sister. I love you and miss you so much

I am so saddened at Linda's passing. I remember the day she was hired at United Way, and we've been friends and coworkers since that time. I am going to miss her terribly, her sunny smile, and the way she would always be running through the office with papers in her hand. She was the only one in the office to remember Admin Day...I didn't even remember it, and I'm the Admin!...and she would make sure I would receive a card and gift from everyone in recognition of the day. Thank you, Lin, for...