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Linda I. Vannorsdall

March 4, 1944March 18, 2021
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VANNORSDALL, Linda I., age 77 of Dayton, Ohio passed away on Thursday, March 18, 2021. She is preceded in death by her parents, Edward & Lois Clark. Linda is survived by her loving husband of 58 years, James Vannorsdall; sons, Dennis (Kate) Vannorsdall of Satellite Beach, FL, Jeff (Monica) Vannorsdall of Dayton, OH, Allen Vannorsdall of Dayton, OH; 7 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren and siblings, Edward Clark, Jr. of Dayton, OH, David Clark of Spring Valley, OH, Carol Glover of Ft. Mitchell, AL, Karen Kruezer of Bowling Green, KY, Robert Clark of Circleville, OH, and Betty Mueller of Dayton, OH as well as numerous other family and friends. She graduated from Belmont High School in 1962 and married Jim later that year on November 24. Linda was active in many activities while her sons were growing up, volunteering as a PTA Member, Cub Scout Den Mother and a Little League Parent. She had many interests and hobbies throughout her life to include boating, camping, tennis, golf, gardening, collecting, and NASCAR. She enjoyed traveling especially if it involved the sun and the beach. Linda loved playing cards with family and friends, and was known for taking her grand-children’s nickels and dimes during holiday gatherings. She was a long-standing member of The Milton Athletic Club. Linda will be remembered as a loving wife, mom, sister, grandma, and nanny… a selfless person who would do anything for anyone. A visitation will be held on April 10, 2021 from 4pm until 6pm at Tobias Funeral Home- Belmont. A Memorial Service will follow visitation at 6pm. Condolences and memories of Linda can be shared at www.tobiasfuneralhome.com.

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anna vannorsdall

April 6, 2021

you always had my back on any situation. i always knew you were a call away. i could come over any night for dinner or an ice cream cone. i will miss and cherish all of our lunch dates, nail days, shopping sprees, starbucks runs, and playing cards. you came to all my games with your flower chair and white visor. i love you forever and always nanny!

Monica Vannorsdall

April 6, 2021

I will cherish and hold in my heart every minute I spent with mom especially the time I spent with her that last month of her life.
There are so many memories but one of my favorites... the whole family went to Old Hickory for dinner and the next thing I know I looked up and everyone including mom huffed on their spoons and stuck them to their noses.
She loved life and made everyone happy and welcome. She was the calm when the storms of life got hard. She is and was the woman that raised her son, Jeff to be a great husband, and then a great dad. She is and was a great Nanny to Heather and Dylan and supported them while they grew into awesome adults. Finally, she has been an awesome Great Nanny to my grands, Hannah and Norah. I will miss you forever mom. I LOVE YOU!

Kaitlyn Mueller

March 31, 2021

I will always cherish with me our little dates as a kid when she was babysitting me, she would take me to the dollar store where she would get me anything I wanted. It felt like Christmas all over again. And then we would go out to lunch and paint our nails. Those days made me so happy:) then as I got older, just coming over to her house with my mom and family and playing golf to steal everyone's money from them haha and 7s. She always knew how to make people laugh and be happy. She sacrificed a lot for people and she never complained about anything. To me Aunt Linda was more than just an aunt, she was like a grandma to me and she was a big part of my life. I'm sad that I didn't get to say goodbye to her because I'm deployed right now but I know she was always so proud and interested in what I do. I loved her so much and will keep on bringing back Little pigs for her everywhere I travel to. I love you.

Gary Kremer

March 24, 2021

Judy and I have so many fun memories with Jim and Linda that we both will cherish for ever

Ruth Collins

March 23, 2021

It would take quite a book to share our story. Oakdale swim team, Patterson park little league, nights at the road runner, vacation at Cedar Point,keeping up us safe when there was a shooting next door and Dennis was at work. Taking 5 kids and 2 adults in a I believe it was.green VEGA. Just so many memories. Loved all of our times together. Jim and family are in my prayers for sure.

Joyce Lay

March 21, 2021

I met Linda when we were both working at the Dairy Queen a long time ago, we had the best time working there, her and I would laugh and talk about everything, I think we even ran the place! I know she will be missed by the family and friends, she had a kind heart and enjoyed her family. Prayers to the family.

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