Linda C.-Meyer (nee Hundelt)-Obituary

Linda C. Meyer (nee Hundelt)

Ballwin, Missouri

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Meyer, Linda Christine (nee Hundelt), fortified with the sacraments of Holy Mother church, Monday, October 30, 2017 at the age of 69. Loving wife of Richard Meyer; dear daughter of Lydia Hundelt and the late Lester; sister of Bruce (Claire) Hundelt, Craig (Lee) Hundelt, Brian (Terri) Hundelt,...

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The beautiful bride...stunning Lindy!

Aunt Linda...you preferred just Linda ;) The void you leave most certainly wont be filled. Who am I going to drink wine with in the kitchen after everyone else goes to bed now??? I miss you now, and will miss you always...

We will always remember the fun and laughs we had at your and Rick's wedding. You absolutely glowed. And you were definitely a tower of strength for Brandy as you and her hit it off from moment one. Rick, you will forever be in our prayers and Linda forever in our hearts. God bless you both.

Rick, our thoughts and prayers are with you and all family members. So sorry for your loss.
Mike and Melanie

We will always remember your beautiful smile and your loving heart.....
Tony and Gayl

Rick my thoughts and prayers are with you.- Keya Hobson

My deepest sympathy to Rick and Linda's family for Linda's untimely passing.
My Linda's history includes when Linda and I were close friends attending 4 years at St. Joseph's Academy. Her father Lester Hundelt and my father Charles Vatterott were also good business and family friends. Together we attended the father-daughter dinners hosted by St. Joseph which were always fun. Linda was a good field hockey, basketball and volleyball player, thanks to her height and agility. Schneithorst...

Linda and I went to college together. She was truly the most beautiful girl in our class both inside and out. Linda always made me laugh. She was great at telling jokes. I will cherish her in my heart forever and am so grateful to have been one of Linda's friends. Rick when you came into her life she was very happy. You were such a fun couple. My prayers are with you. Sam

Rick,
Deepest condolences on the loss of Linda. Many good memories of the times we spent together that endure. Many regrets that I can't be there, but my thoughts are with you this week.