Alida "Linda" Sadler
January 17, 1947 - February 2, 2021
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Alida "Linda" Sadler
January 17, 1947 - February 2, 2021

It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of our loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend.
Linda was born in Rotterdam, Holland and at the young age of seven immigrated to Canada with her parents Arie and Alida Hoogenboom along with her siblings and they eventually made the move to Squamish which became her lifelong home. After graduating from Howe Sound Secondary she married her loving husband Bill of 56 years and together they raised their 3 daughters.

In her younger years, Linda was very active in sports and passed this love and passion onto her daughters. She was a constant at all their sporting activities including being their number one fan, supporter, coach and team mom, never missing a game or event. She also enjoyed crafting, knitting, sewing, and making beautiful baby blankets for all her grandchildren whom she adored dearly. She loved her husband, children, and grandchildren with all her heart and devoted her life to her family.

After many health issues over the years, Linda passed away peacefully at the age of 74. She is survived by her loving husband Bill, her daughters Debbie (Mike), Carol (Kym), Barb (John), her grandchildren Kristy, Levi, Brodi, Courtney, Kaitlyn, Great Grandchildren Cameron and Gavin, sister-in-law Janet, and her siblings- sister Margo and brothers Arie, Frank (Teresa), along with many nieces/nephews and friends.
She will be cherished by her family and all that knew her. Forever in our hearts.

Linda's family would like to give their deepest thank you to all the staff, nurses, and doctors at Hilltop House that cared for her during this difficult time.

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Published in The Squamish Chief from Feb. 16 to Mar. 15, 2021.
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