Linda Manor
1947 - 2013
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Manor, Linda 11/01/1947 ~ 06/27/2013 ESCONDIDO -- Today with deep sorrow we mourn the loss of Linda Manor. There is comfort in knowing that she is at peace in the arms of the Lord. Her eighteen month battle with pancreatic cancer is over. Linda was Co-founder, President, and CFO of San Diego Wholesale Florist. She ran the family business like it was an extension of her family. Linda, always felt that one person could make a difference and she tried to be that person. She felt blessed, and an obligation to give back came with that blessing. Linda was very giving with her time. She was Chairman of the Board of The Elizabeth Hospice, Co-Founder and First Chair of the Elizabeth Hospice Foundation, served on the Foundation Board of SIA, was Chairman of Soroptimist International Of the Americas Fund Development Council, as well as serving on many other boards and committees. Despite everything that Linda has accomplished she was most proud of her family. She is survived by Don, her high school sweetheart and husband of 45 years, daughter Ann Manor-Owen and husband Dan of Escondido, CA, son Brian Manor and his wife Erica of Escondido, CA. and her pride and joy five grandchildren, Rachel, Rebecca, Nolan, Matilda, and Amelia all of Escondido, CA. She is also survived by her mother Doris Richards of San Marcos, CA, sister Nancy Herrick of Phoenix, AZ, brother William Richards of San Marcos, CA, brother J Richards of Encinitas, CA, sister Annette Hyman of Encinitas, CA and twenty six nieces and nephews and many great and great-great nieces and nephews. Visitation will be at 559 Valley Grove Lane, Escondido, CA 92025, July 5th between the hours of 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. A memorial service will be held on July 6th at 10:00 a.m.at the 1st United Methodist Church, 341 South Kalmia St., Escondido, CA. In honor of Linda's love of Christmas, feel free to wear your favorite Christmas accessory. Funeral arrangements by California Funeral Alternatives 760-737-2890


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Published in San Diego Union-Tribune from Jul. 4 to Jul. 10, 2013.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
JUL
5
Visitation
04:00 - 08:00 PM
JUL
6
Memorial service
10:00 AM
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February 5, 2015
Dear Don ,Ann andBrian i am saddened by your loss and hope God blesses you in your sadness
Sincerely Joe Henn
Joe Henn
July 29, 2013
Hello Don, Ann, and Brian, I was very sorry to read the news of Linda's passing. A wife that loving a mother as caring as Linda will be greatly missed there is no doubt. Her contributions to others who may never have known her will also be missed. You had a gift for those 45 years, and missing her is one of her rewards. My best thoughts and consolation to you Don, Ann, Brian and your families.
Joe Marca
July 9, 2013
Dear Don and Family, Floyd and I were so sorry to hear about your precious Linda's passing - what fabulous memories we all hold! May you be blanketed in the warmth of loving friends and family and comforted by her amazing spirit.
Alta Farley
July 6, 2013
Hi Don and family,

We were very sorry to hear of Linda's illness and then her passing. I could not attend the memorial because am out of town, but I am thinking about you all. I remember when asked to be President of SI so many years ago I only consented if Linda would be my VP. She went on to be such a great member of SI and a good person and friend. I have many fond memories of our SI years together! Lots of love, Pam and John Plavan
July 6, 2013
The Manor Family, I'm so sad to hear about Linda Manor's passing. May God provide you some peace of mind. But always remember all the good memories your Mom and Wife has provided you over the years. I'll never forget the Christmas House and her Love and passion for decorating. She will be missed. God Bless..
Jim Roberts
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