Kathie Van Loon
Joan and Lyndal Fox
We want to let you know how sorry we are and our love and prayers go out to you.
We had kept in contact with your mom since she was at the Colfax United Methodist Church and you kids were united with the family. She was so proud of her family. Your mom also taught math at Clinton Prairie with Don. Shelly our son Eric used to call you Ethel, you came at the time of the Streak song being so popular and he took a liking to a cute little girl. He still teases the little kids at the church.
Blessing to all,
I am a wrestler, and our sectional is Sat. at Lafayette Jeff, so I am unable to attend the service for her.
My thoughts and prayers go out to her family. She was a nice lady who cared about her students, and a great math teacher.
a student at Carroll Jr. Sr. High School
With sympathy, hugs and love in Christ,
Sam and Gail Moffitt
I had the chance to see just how wonderful Linda was, she will be missed by all.
I hope that you will be able to find comfort in knowing that she is with our Father in Heaven. We may never understand why it is that he chose now to be the time that she come home to him,but she is in a wonderful place and will be watching over you all in your daily lives.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all,
Angel Johnson (Hickman)
Almost 25 years have gone by since I taught with your mom at SBCA. She was a true Christian, full of Christ&s mercy and grace. Those were difficult times for her and I was inspired by the way she trusted the Lord. I visited her in West Lafayette once and was glad to find her settled in a good neighborhood and enjoying her new teaching position. She had the gift of hospitality as she invited Jenny to your house in South Bend many times. Her last Christmas letter reflected her continuing walk of faith and trust in our Lord. I will miss her but look forward to our reunion in heaven.
God bless you and your families as you carry on in faith.
Love, Jan Jagerman
Words can not express the sorrow that you are going through at this time, but you know that the Lord is with you and will always guide you through this difficult time. Your family is in our prayers.
Bill & Carolyn Casey
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Our hearts and prayers go out to all of you. We just want you to know that we care for you and your family.
May God&s peace and strength see you through this truly difficult time,
Mark, Missy, Jake & Drew Davis
We are so sorry for your loss. You have been in our thoughts and prayers for the past week. And will continue.
Treasure the memories, cherish the past and Trust in the Lord!
In Christian Love,
Pat and Steve Wasch
She will be missed by all who knew her.
Sincerely, Brandon Reef
Shelly and Darin, we knew your mom and you two when you were in our church. Many times we talked with your mon when we were shopping in Lafayette. She will be greatly missed. Ourf prayers are with you and your families. Rex and Janey
Our hearts are saddened at the loss of you mother. Your entire has been in our prayers these past few days. Our prayer is now that God will comfort you in this very difficult time. If there is anything we can do, pelase ask. Otherwise, know that we are taking your heartache to the One who can soothe it.
Gallipolis Christian Church
May God continue to give you strength and comfort in the passing of your beloved mother/grandmother.
Love & Prayers,
Craig & Joyce Deardorff
Our family is so sorry for your loss. You are all in our prayers. I&m so glad that I was blessed to know your mom. Her faith lives on in her family. I felt a special connection with her being an adoptive mom also. I know it was different times & circumstances but adoption just has that connection. I can&t help but remeber hanging out at Shelley&s house for various birthday parties and being with your mom. I loved to talk to her. She was very easy to talk to and took the time to listen to what you had to say. She did a great job raising two wonderful kids. You could always know that her family was so very important to her. Her passion for teaching was priceless. I really enjoyed talking with her about her trip to Alaska. We will keep you lifted up in prayer and here when you need us.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time. I can never find the right words to say beyond ""I&m so sorry."" And, that doesn&t begin to cover your loss, the richness of Linda&s life, memories you have and the void that will never quite fill.
She was a wonderful collegue, not just as the teacher next door (as she was for several years), but also because she was such a proud mom. I didn&t really appreciate that until I became a mom.
Wyndham Traxler Carter