My sympathy with the loss of your Mom and grandma. I worked with Linda for many years at MCH as a clerk on Hope 3 (Linda on Hope 4). She gifted me a paperweight that I continue to use this very day. My husband and I moved to the Austin, TX area in November 2019 to live closer to family. I learned of her death from another unit clerk, Joanne Gunzburg with a Christmas Card.
It is with the heaviest of hearts’ that we extend our sincerest condolences to Wendy, Brooke, Celestine, their families and to all other relations and friends of Linda.
Personally I’ve known Linda all my life and feel proud and blessed to have had her as a relative. An eternal optimist full of spirit, spirituality, energy, humor ,compassion, forgiveness and love I’ve always thoroughly enjoyed her conversation, company and presence. In still coming to terms with Linda’s passing I’m realizing just how deeply I ( and we) will miss her. However, albeit no longer graced with her physical presence, Linda will always live on and forever in mine and our hearts.
With loving regards,
Scott, Jennifer and family
I worked with Linda on Hope 4. She was a spirited team player and also a friend. She will be greatly missed.