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Lee Funeral Home and Crematorium

3101 Dewdney Ave, Regina, SK

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Linda Ada Gordon-Zimmer

11 mars 19567 juin 2020

With great sadness, we announce the passing of Linda Ada Gordon-Zimmer, 64, of Regina, SK on Sunday, June 7, 2020. Linda was born on Gordon’s First Nation, SK on March 11, 1956. She was predeceased by her grandparents Harvey and Ada Bitternose and David and Agnes Gordon; parents Sarah Gordon and Gordon Bitternose; sister Eileen Blaser; brother Gabe and her beloved son Shawn Morin. Linda is survived by her daughters Shauntay (Pat) Scott, Charmaine Gordon (Gerald), and Tracy Gordon; uncle Stewert Bitternose (Marie); brothers Jerry Nelson (Jacquie), Terry Nameth (Linda), and Thomas Bitternose (Veronica); sisters Ivy Kennedy, Wendy Zacher, Claudia Bitternose, Virginia Bitternose, Norma Key, and adopted sister Janice Krueger; treasured granddaughter Brittney Morin; special friends Charles Morin and Roy Zimmer, and numerous nephews and nieces who have loved and carried her in their hearts. Linda loved to fish, go to the lake, watch movies, listen to music, and especially loved to joke with everyone. Due to current COVID-19 restrictions, a come-and-go Wake will be held at Lee Funeral Home, 3101 Dewdney Avenue in Regina, SK, on Wednesday June 10, 2020 at 7:00 until 9:00 pm. A Funeral Service for immediate family will be held at Lee Funeral Home on Thursday, June 11, 2020, followed by the interment at Gordon First Nation.

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Leslie Poorman

juin 10, 2020

Condolences going out to Linda’s family, you’ve certainly left an impression on my girls (Lashawn, Randean & Larissa Wahpooseyan) when they first met you. They enjoyed your stories you Shared with them about their Moshom Benny Gordon. You welcomed them to your Gordon Family and we appreciated that. Today we remember your shyness when my brother introduced you to our Poorman family, how respectful you presented yourself and that beautiful smile will forever be in our hearts ♥️.

Yvonne Bitternose

juin 10, 2020

my cuz Linda ,I called her my big sister,cuz she called me little sister since I was a kid, and over the past year at Pioneer village I visit her every day for coffee ,and talk ,,but past couple months I couldn't cuz of this covid going on all over ,I still can't believe she gone, till we meet again ada love u

Rhonda Akan

juin 10, 2020

My Dear Cousin,
I will always cherish the times we shared. Whether it was a quick hello or babysitting your kids as a teenager. I almost felt a realness from you. Thank you for always being genuine and real with us.

Catherine Spence

juin 10, 2020

Sincere condolences to all ... may the Creator bless and keep you all strong in this tragic time of a loss of a loved one.

Margaret Kisikaw Piyesis

juin 10, 2020

Loved my cousin Linda. My memories are full of laughter and teasing. She is now with our Kisikaw Piyesis ancestors and I am sure they welcomed her with open arms. Her purpose here is done. Hope she puts a good word in for me with the Creator....hiy hiy

Ivy Kennedy

juin 10, 2020

My sister was known to be a strong woman who loved her family. She took her nephews. Cory , Donavon and Johnny as sons.. She loved life and overcame many obstacles...She would protect her sisters Ivy and Wendy when necessary and in her last few years gave her life to the Lord..Shilo Assembly is where she was baptized...Her nephews and nieces will miss her greatly..

Ivy Kennedy

juin 10, 2020

My sister was known to be a strong woman who loved her family. She took her nephews. Cory , Donavon and Johnny as sons.. She loved life and overcame many obstacles...She would protect her sisters Ivy and Wendy when necessary and in her last few years gave her life to the Lord..Shilo Assembly is where she was baptized...Her nephews and nieces will miss her greatly..

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