In Memory

Linda West

Linda West



 
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06/19/18 11:35 AM #1    

Shiela Stinebaugh (Harvey)

I am so sad to hear Linda passed away.  We knew each other from grade school through high school.  We didn't leave each others side at our 50th class reunion. We talked a lot and had a good time.  I knew she moved to Ellensburg and I couldn't wait to move over there, which when I sell my house, that is where I am headed.  My heart goes out to her son and family.  Linda, I love you and you will be truly missed.


06/19/18 01:03 PM #2    

Frann (Frances Gonzales (Todd)

So very, very sad to hear of Linda's passing . . . a little spitfire and she will be truly missed.  With her move to Ellensburg, reconnecting with her son and family, quit smoking,  lived in a place where she was comfortable and based on her FB posts, was quite content.  She is now in a place where she can cuddle with as many kittens and cats as she wants!!  RIP . . . dear friend.


06/19/18 10:58 PM #3    

Helen Shamek

In High School, I did not know Linda well and have only a few memories of her from those days. However, in 2010 she was very supportive when she found out that I was dealing with an illness and not able to attend our class reunion.  She e-mailed/texted me almost daily and connected me with other classmates who had experienced similar issues.  Thank you Linda for being there for me.  I wish that I could’ve been there for you.  Rest, now.

 


06/20/18 02:29 PM #4    

Marcia Ditter

Very sorry to hear of Linda's passing. So very sad.


06/20/18 03:13 PM #5    

Gayle Kirkman (Hughes)

I didn't know Linda well during high school but we connected for a while on Facebook around the time of our 50th. She was very sweet to me but I believe she was lonely. I remember that she wasn't sure she could make the reunion but was very pleased to see her there and be able to chat in person. The joy she experienced when she and her son found one another was so wonderful. We lost touch and I'm so happy to learn of the positive changes she was able to make and I'm sure her son and his family were a great comfort to her these last few years. Miracles do happen and Linda certainly deserved to receive a huge one. Rest in peace dear Linda.

06/22/18 12:54 AM #6    

Susan Shirley (Bice)

It is so strange to have you gone when I was just talking to you less than two weeks ago.  My dearest wish is that you are in a much happier place and free of pain.  You were a good friend in high school and for all these many years after.  My heart breaks for your son, but I am so happy you finally found each other.  Rest in peace my dear friend.  


06/22/18 10:54 AM #7    

Peggy Vincent

Dear Linda,     I love that photo of you and your son meeting for the first time since he was two days old. That's how I'll remember you; it's plain to see that truly was the best moment of your life.     Linda, I'm taking you (i.e. your picture) with me to Canlis since you posted last month on Facebook that you wanted to go there. I'll be vacationing in Seattle ("your favorite city in the world") the month of August. If anyone wants to meet us there, please let me know and we'll set a date.     R.I.P. Linda. You will be missed.


06/22/18 01:17 PM #8    

Robin Riley

Damn it!  We all die twice, once in fact, and then again when the last friend that knows about you dies. Linda, you have a lot of friends, and we won't forget. Damn it, I do miss you.

 

 


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