Linda Gwynneth Steier

1 February , 195325 June , 2019

Linda Gwynneth Steier,66, of Langley BC, passed away June 25, 2019, with her family by her side.

She was born to Gwynneth and Walter Felix (predeceased), February 1, 1953, in Vancouver, BC. Linda graduated from Templeton High School in 1971, she worked with her father at W Felix Construction prior to getting married and relocating to Prelate, Saskatchewan in 1975.

Linda is survived by her two Sons, Clinton & Ashley, her Sister Dorothy & Brother Robert and a host of other family members and friends.

Linda was a dedicated mother first and foremost. Her commitment to her boys was unwavering; she overcame many obstacles to ensure she was here to raise two good men.

Linda was also deeply committed to her community. Her selfless attitude led her to receive the 1996 Langley Citizen of the year, numerous Outstanding Achievement Awards from Fraser Health, and have a Scholarship named in her honour from her beloved Penny Pincher. She spent almost 20 years with the Langley Memorial Hospital Auxiliary and was a key member of the team that built the foundation for current and future success.

A Celebration of Life will be held on July 13, 2019 from 11:00 – 3:00 at Newlands Golf & Country club, 20125 48th Avenue, Langley, BC. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you volunteer in your Community, in Linda’s honour, or donate to the Langley Memorial Hospital Auxiliary.


  • Celebration of Life Saturday, 13 July , 2019


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Allison Pennal (Pack)

12 July 2019

My family (Pack) lived in behind Mrs. Steier in Brookswood, and I have many fond memories of my brother Chris and I playing with Clinton and Ashley. We would run around the ravine and cut through her yard to get to their street. Mrs. Steier also looked after us for a while, before and after-school. My memory of her is as a hard-working, dedicated mom and friendly neighbour. So sad to hear of her passing.

Audrey Rzen

9 July 2019

Linda was the heart and soul of our neighbourhood. She was an amazing neighbour and friend. She was always there to listen and share her wisdom. I will cherish the time we would spend chatting at the front of her house, solving the problems of the world. My family was spoiled with the piping hot cinnamon buns which she would deliver to our house on occasions. The best ever!! If you ever needed something, she had it. We will continue the celebrations and gatherings we have in our cul de sac but she will be greatly missed. Cheers Linda! Thinking of you always!