Remembered for her lessons - Sentinel & Enterprise
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#1 Apr 25, 2008
Thank you for writing this artile. Linda was truley an amazing woman and dedicated to teaching. She had a great sense of humor and was kind to everyone she met. She will be sorely missed.
#2 Apr 25, 2008
Thank you for writing this, I did not know Linda personaly but I did know and work with
her husband Gary, I always kept up with the
updates Nicole posted on her mom and I have
always kept them in my prayers, I do know Linda
was a fighter and Gary has always talked about
how proud he was of her and the fight she had
to face. She will be missed.
Take Care Gary,Nicole,Nick
#3 Apr 25, 2008
very heartfelt and enlightening story for all to embrace life, for life itself is the most valuable and most important thing we have.
this woman was amazing although i do not know her, she was truly a hero and and inspiration to all and the lives she crossed paths with.
#4 Apr 25, 2008
What a heart warming article about a truly incredible woman. Although she is no longer with us - you can rest assured that the Lord has prepared a special place for her to teach in heaven.
Whatever your cross, whatever your pain,
there will always be sunshine, after the rain...
Perhaps you may stumble, perhaps even fall;
But God's always ready, to answer your call...
He knows every heartache, sees every tear,
a word from His lips, can calm every fear…
Your sorrows may linger, throughout the night,
But suddenly vanish, by dawn's early light...
The Savior is waiting, somewhere above,
to give you His grace, and send you His Love.
May the Lord Bless and Keep you all...
#5 Apr 25, 2008
Thank you for sharing her with those of us who didn't know her.
May your memories bring you much happiness.
#6 Apr 26, 2008
To Linda's family,
I have never met any of you, however you will all be in my thoughts and prayers. Thank you for sharing your story during this difficult time. I too have lost two relatives to cancer. Linda was lucky to have such a caring family and supportive friends.
#7 Apr 27, 2008
I've never met Linda or her family but she certainly sounds like the kind of teacher that we all wish our children had. It's a tragedy that she died so young, but her family can be proud of what a wonderful woman she seemed to be. While her family will miss her terribly it sounds like they have a lifetime of wonderful memories and stories to keep her legacy alive. It was a beautifully written story about a beautiful woman.
#8 Apr 27, 2008
I never had the pleasure to meet Linda, but we should all feel fortunate to have teachers and people like Linda in our lives. Wonderful tribute.
Since: May 08
#9 May 11, 2008
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