Linda Anne-Louise Warner

6 September , 195016 April , 2019

Linda Anne Louise Warner Howie Center We are sad to announce the passing of Linda Anne Louise Warner, our beloved wife, mother and grandmother, at the Cape Breton Regional Hospital on April 16, 2019. Linda was born in Bridgewater to the late Hector and Elsie Mossman. Linda married the love of her life Jim, in 1972, and together they raised their family in Howie Center. Linda had a quiet strength and was the heart of the family. She was kind and firm, and always opened her home to those in need; she was the Mom of the neighbourhood. One of Linda’s favourite memories is of family vacations spent at Green Bay on the South Shore. Although the last 5 years has been a struggle for her, due to illness, her determination and strength never faltered, amazing everyone around her. We would like to thank the staff at 4C, Emergency, and the An Calla Palliative Care unit, for their help through this troubling time. A special mention to the County Homemakers and VON for their attentive care. Thank you. A private family celebration of life will be held at a later date. Arrangements are under the guidance and care of TW Curry Parkview Chapel. Online condolences may be left by visiting


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Linda Anne-Louise Warner

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Edith (Wentzell) whynot

15 May 2019

So sorry to hear of Linda's passing .Although I haven't seen her in years I remember her fondly.We grew up on the East Side and played together sometimes and Louise always used to do my haircuts and we would see each other then. I'm sure you will miss her greatly.

Michele Cooke

23 April 2019

Chris and family, we are so very sorry for your loss. This picture of your Mom is exactly how I remember her. Always smiling. She was like a second mom to many kids, ours included when she was their babysitter. We all thought the world of her. Hugs and love to everyone at this difficult time💕

Ann Brown

19 April 2019

Linda was such a clever and talented lady who always won at Scrabble and Trivia. She was a wonderful cook and fabulous artist. I treasure the many creations she has made for me over the yesrs. She was a great friend during all of our years in Cape Breton. It is heatbreaking that her progressive health struggles defined her final years. Her passing has left a large hole in my heart. Jim, Jennifer and Chris my thoughts are with you.

Barbara MacMullin

19 April 2019

Jim & Family; Linda was a sincere and kind person. I got to know her when I joined the card club. We had many laughs together and I enjoyed her dry humor. She will be missed by all that knew her. My deepest sympathy to you and your family.

Pat Costigan

19 April 2019

So sorry to hear of Linda's passing. Our prayers and sympathies are forwarded to you Jim and your family on your lost.

Pat & Mike Costigan

Carl Chapman

19 April 2019

I am sorry to read of you wife's passing and am sending you my condolences. It has been many years since you and I had a one on one gab. I still remember with pleasure my first days working with you at Sydney Airport while you showed me the ropes at the Grand Lake transmitter site, as well as our little episode at the outer beacon when the antenna box came from together and with Mac Arthurs on the phone wanting to know what we were doing and to get the damn thing back on the air.

hoping to meet again another day under happier circumstances,

Carl Chapman

Ken MacLean

19 April 2019

Dear Jim. We are very sorry to hear of Linda's passing. Please accept our condolences on your loss.
Ken and Melanie.

Gordon Sampson

19 April 2019

Hello Jim & Family,

We were saddened to hear of Linda's death.
We have many pleasant memories of Linda, especially at the NAFR gatherings.
We appreciated her contribution and reporting at the meetings.
If there is anything we can do, please let us know.
Gordon & Evelyn Sampson

Kenny Setchell

18 April 2019

Jim and family, my deepest sympathies on the passing of Linda.