Linda-Hartley-Obituary

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Linda Katherine Hartley

Arlington, Washington

Dec 25, 1940 – Feb 7, 2011 (Age 70)

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Linda Katherine (Kackman) Hartley, 70, passed away peacefully in her home care at April House in Marysville, Washington on Monday February 7, 2011 after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease.Linda was born in Arlington Washington on December 25, Christmas Day, 1940 to Loyd and Clara Kackman....

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As she faded away to nothing
(Based on a true story)

As people come and go, they always leave one thing behind. That one thing is memories. Happy or sad memories, we will always remember them. One memory I will never forget was a story about my Grandma Linda.
About seven years ago my grandma was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Before she had Alzheimer’s she was a sweet lady who loved beautiful things. She loved flowers and nature. My Grandma loved orca whales,...

As She Faded Away to Nothing
(Based on a true story by Holly Hartley)


As people come and go, they always leave one thing behind. That one thing is memories. Happy or sad memories, we will always remember them. One memory I will never forget was a story about my Grandma Linda.

About seven years ago my grandma was diagnosed with Alzheimer's. Before she had Alzheimer's, she was a sweet lady who loved beautiful things. She loved flowers...

With my visits to see Linda and Rick in Marysville with Charleen

Rick, I was saddened to learn of Linda's passing. Those cherished memories of all the "good" times we had at the Moose and those Husky Football Bus rides to and from the many games throughout the years. Deepest condolences to you and family.

Rick and family,

We were so sorry to hear about Linda's passing.

Harry and Lynda Taylor

In loving memory of a wonderful neighbor and friend.

HI Rick
Sorry for your loss, enjoyed visiting
her at the flower shop. Take care of
yourself and family.
Gary & Rosa Pederson
class of 59

RICK & FAMILY: SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS OF LINDA. MY FIRST WIFE WAS A CLASSMATE WITH LINDA. RICK, I REMEMBER THE FUN TIMES WE HAD WHEN WE WORKED AT SAFEWAY.

Rick & Family,
So sorry to hear of Linda's passing. She was a very sweet lady. I first met her at the floral shop and years later our families were joined via a marriage. I have fond memories of all of you. May you share smiles and stories for many years to come, keeping her alive within you. God Bless your family.