OBITUARY

Linda M. Duvin

November 14, 1961July 8, 2018

Linda Meyer Duvin, born November 14, 1961 passed on July 8, 2018.

Loving mother of Brittany Duvin. Preceded in death by her devoted husband Scott Duvin, brother Tom Meyer and parents Pearl and E.T. Meyer. Survived by siblings Caryl Jones, Judy Wysocki, Bruce Meyer, Marc Duvin and Lou Duvin; loyal in-laws Darlene and Robert Duvin; steadfast niece Cindy DeLong and many family and friends.

Beloved teacher at the Mandel Jewish Community Center for many years. Grateful friend of Bill W. Will be met by Barney, Shorty and many other pets at the Rainbow Bridge. A lifelong animal lover, Linda leaves behind her pets: Gizmo, Lulu and Rudy. Linda was loved by many and will be forever remembered by her infectious laugh.

Funeral Service will be held at Berkowitz-Kumin-Bookatz Memorial Chapel 1985 South Taylor Road 1985S. Taylor Rd. Cleveland Heights, on Wednesday July 11, 2018 at 11 AM.

Family will receive guests following the funeral service (specific time and location to be announced at the service). Donations can be made in Linda's honor to the Mandel JCC.

Services

  • Memorial Service Wednesday, July 11, 2018
REMEMBERING

Linda M. Duvin

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Caryl Meyer Jones

July 10, 2018

The beauty of Linda’s spirit is golden- she was a pillar of strength that knew she was essential to Britt. We the Meyer family love the way she met challenges, obstacles and help us all shine. The Duvin family was a big big part of her success, her dreams and hopes.

Linda may have been #5 in our Meyer family but today, she is #1 and her journey will be amazing- just like Linda.

The kids at the J and as a Nanny and so many others will always hold strong memories- we love you Lin!

How? why? The feelings now are confusing -only to us. We ❤️ you Linda- always and forever!

Irene Diritsky

July 9, 2018

Dear Brittany: Sending you heartfelt condolences for the passing of your mother. I know you were very close. I remember when she brought the animals to class, how patient and kind she was with the animals and the students. I could tell she loved both.

I know this is a heart wrenching time for you. Please know I am available in any way to help you. I will check on you and (I know you aren’t religious) but I will pray for angels to be with you and to comfort you.
Sincerely, Irene Diritsky