A sincere and loving thank you to the family, friends, and relatives who attended Linda's memorial service on June 11th, 2022 in Madison WI. We celebrated the life of an amazing and wonderful spouse, mother, teacher, and selfless volunteer. Now we carry her torch for the Love of Life. A video of th
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Chats during neighborhood walks. Great food and lively conversation with Linda and Blair at their Holiday Parties. And always being the last to leave the parties because Linda insisted we stay for even more fun! We were blessed to be Linda’s and Blair’s neighbors for many years in Nakoma, and will
Linda came to Austin in May for her grandaughter Raleigh's 16th birthday. We had such a wonderful visit! We jetted off to San Antonio for one day to see Yayoi Kusama's installation at the McNay Museum--one of Linda and Blair's favorite spots in San Antonio. The installation is a shed-sized box of mi
That's Aunt Linda... so much love & kindness, all wrapped up in one beautiful person. She always made a point of reaching out, sending notes, staying in touch. My favorite memory -- other than the time we met in Los Gatos CA and strolled arm-in-arm through the lovely little neighborhood -- was when
My Mom always cherished her summers at Lake Owasco with her family and relatives. From boat rides, campfires, late night dinners outside in the cool lake breeze, to blueberry picking till our fingers turned blue, Long Point held a special place in my Mom's heart. ❤️
Our families have been friends since our children were young and we all attended Grace Episcopal Church. We taught Sunday School and worked on Altar Guild together. Linda always hosted incredible parties and appeared to love doing it. Several families shared a weekend at a hotel/water park each w
My dear Aunt Linda was my postcard aunt. Ever since July 25th,1993, when I received this card of Bucky Badger, the University of Wisconsin mascot, my love of postcards and checking the mail was kindled. Getting over a hundred cards from far away places like Hawaii, Paris & New Zealand, it was always
Linda was always the top chef among my friends. Ed and I especially loved the homemade rolls which she donated to the Attic Angel sale each November. The recipe was from Linda’s grandmother, and they were truly THE best. This year (as in the past) I ordered a dozen rolls for the fund raiser. We fin
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