OBITUARY

Linda Wilson Biasetti

May 6, 1947August 27, 2020
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Linda Hutchinson Biasetti, age 73, passed away on August 27, 2020 in Cartersville, Georgia. Linda was born in Waltham, Massachusetts on May 6, 1947 to the late Paul and June Hutchinson.

Linda traveled all throughout her life. She enjoyed seeing many places and meeting new people. While in school in Turkey, she met Bruce Biasetti and on August 26, 2000 they became married and spent the next twenty years together. Linda loved baseball, whether it was watching a game, attending one or collecting cards. She was an avid collector of baseball cards as well as angels. Her favorite baseball team was the Houston Astros. Linda lived in Texas for many years and when she married Bruce moved to Georgia with their family.

Linda had a huge heart and never met a stranger; Those who met her still have an Angel in their pocket. Linda was kind soul who will be missed by all who knew her.

Linda Biasetti is survived by her husband, Bruce Biasetti; sons, Sean (Barbara) Gutierrez, Jason (Sta’Cee) Wilson, Tony Biasetti and daughter, Sonya (Charlie) Clark; brother, Mike Hutchinson; nephew, David (Heather) Hutchinson; and grandchildren, Chandler Clark, Cheyenne (Casey) Anderson, Will (Brandy) Gutierrez and Lauren Gutierrez; great grandchildren, Ty, Winter, Max, River, and Willow.

A funeral service to honor Linda Biasetti will be held on Monday, August 31, 2020 at 12:00pm, at Winkenhofer Pine Ridge Funeral Home. The family will receive friends for visitation two hours prior to the service. Please leave condolences and share fond memories with the family online at www.winkenhoferpineridgefuneralhome.com

Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, August 31, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Monday, August 31, 2020

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Noelle Prince Shear

August 30, 2020

Linda and I were classmates in Turkey our last two years of high school. We lived a couple blocks from each other, and would wait for the bus each morning together with her younger brother Paul. We also hung out at my house sometimes. Linda was a sweet person and I have very fond memories of her. I was happy to meet up with her again years later at an Ankara reunion. My condolences to Bruce - our classmate and Linda's husband.

Carla Montgomery

August 30, 2020

My Angel,

I love you

Betty Kramer

August 29, 2020

My thoughts and prayers are with all of the family...I so enjoyed visiting with Linda at her son, Sean and Barbara's home. May she rest in peace with no more pain....and be in the arms of her Savior, Jesus Christ..

Janet Wheeler

August 29, 2020

When I first met Linda she was dating Bruce. He’d go visit her in Texas and Tony, Jeremy, and I looked forward to meeting the woman who had Bruce smiling like a love sick school boy. Of course, when he finally decided to bring her home, he gave us the threat brief. You know.... “if you scare her away, I WILL KILL YOU” Honestly, that seemed like a challenge to see how far we could go and Linda still want to stick around! Bruce should know never to tell Tony and I what to do! Really... did he not know us at all?!? Just imagine Bruce’s surprise, and horror!, and Linda’s absolute delight, when moments after the introduction, we asked if they wanted to see the tattoo I had just gotten hours earlier. Bruce gave me his side eye and sternly said “Janet.....” and Linda excitedly said “YES!!” So of course there was nothing left to do but drop my pants to show them! Poor Bruce... he almost had a heart attack before he realized I had on shorts and we were just tormenting him but getting a feel for Linda too! Her laugh and the way she teased Bruce for being a stick in the mud earned her our approval and a place in my life as one of my favorite people.

Since that first meeting over 20 years ago, we went through a lot together. Weddings, births, deaths, moves, deployments, shopping trips with broken feet (if you’ve ever shopped with Linda, you know the trials and tribulations, joys and excitement that brings to your day!) illnesses, holidays, runaway wheelchairs in Helen and hours and hours and hours of phone calls. To say she was always there is an understatement.

Life and distance kept us from being as close the past couple of years, but Linda was, and always will be, a big part of my family. She’ll always be Jennifer’s crazy aunt Linda. And she’ll always be loved and greatly missed.

Marguerite Hirsch

August 29, 2020

Your Mom was very sweet and kind. I know she will be missed by all who loved her. Prayers for all.
With love.
Marguerite and Vince

Carmen Gray

August 29, 2020

Aunt Linda always had a sparkle in her eye! When I was a little girl, she and cousin Sean came to stay with us for a bit. I remember that time very well. She was fun-she loved to dance. She also painted my nails and knew how to bring out the smiles in me. She smiled through many rough times in her life, she was resilient and beautiful. 💜

Gail Bailey Hall

August 28, 2020

My deepest sincere sympathy to the entire Biasetti family.
Friends from the 10th grade, catching the bus together. Sharing our most important secrets.
Above all the laughter.
RIP dear friend.

Patrick Gutierrez

August 28, 2020

Linda was my former sister in law and Mother to my nephew, Sean Gutierrez. From an inauspicious beginning with my Mother, she and Juanita became the best of friends, even after Linda and my brother were no longer married.
She was cute as she could be, with a sweet smile and a loving heart. She made wonderful Italian food, and famously ran the vacuum through the house nightly.
Good night, Linda. Thanks for the memories, the love, the advice and lasagna.
My condolences to her husband, Bruce, and the rest of his family.
Patrick Gutierrez
Austin Texas

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Great grandkids

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Great grandkids from Sean son Will and wife Brandi

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Mom and me when I was little

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Mom and me when I was little

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Mom and her sons