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Sally Lindberg


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Sally Lindberg Obituary
September 16, 1935 - August 10, 2018Sally lost her 8 1/2 year battle with breast cancer on August 10th. She was 83. She is survived by her husband Ted Lindberg, daughter Stacy Christopher, stepson Ken Lindberg & wife Nita; grandchildren Megan Good & husband Shannon, Peter Carman, Jamie Moscrip & husband John, Gina Rice & husband Tommy, 4 great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her brother, Will Ehinger and her parents Ed and Nadine (Deano) Ehinger.Born and raised in Downey, Sally attended Whittier College and earned her degree in education. She began her career as a Substitute Teacher in Montebello and then worked at The Whittier Daily News in the classified Advertising Department where she met Ted Lindberg and they married in 1961. She later taught at Baldwin Park Junior High, then moved to the Whittier Union High School District to teach at Cal-High, Monte Vista and La Serna High Schools where she was a well-respected teacher & faculty member. Sally was at Monte Vista from its' opening to closing, 1964-1979. She served as the "VISTA DEL A¥O" yearbook advisor for almost every year and she was an advisor to many groups in the annual "Rhythmares" show.Sally retired from teaching in 1983 and vigorously pursued gardening, reading and cooking, three of her greatest passions. When Ted became the General Manager of Hemet West Mobile Estates, Sally served as Recording Secretary but she was fondly known by residents as "The Plant Lady". Knowing the botanical and common names of practically every plant, tree and shrub on the planet, Sally drew up planting instructions for the maintenance staff which had Hemet West flowerbeds looking like Disneyland on its' best day. An avid reader, Sally could easily breeze through two books per week and most of what she'd read was donated to the library Hemet West.Before there was a Food Network, Sally was into creating fascinating appetizers and desserts with spectacular presentations. The Lindberg's After Christmas Party, usually held the first weekend after New Year's Day was always a hit and there is no way anyone ever left hungry or thirsty.Sally assisted Ted with many community service projects with The East Whittier Lions Club, especially the Upton Whittier Festival.Whether she was known as a teacher, colleague, volunteer, relative or friend, Sally Lindberg left an indelible impression on a significant number of lives. Please sign the guestbook at legacy.com/obituaries/whittierdailynews.No service is planned. In lieu of flowers the family suggests a donation to cancer research or the .
Published in Whittier Daily News on Aug. 19, 2018
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