OBITUARY

Linda Lee Davis

April 3, 1939September 26, 2019

Linda Lee Davis was born on April 3, 1939 and passed away on September 26, 2019.

Services

  • Catholic Funeral Liturgy Saturday, September 28, 2019
  • Burial Saturday, September 28, 2019

Memories

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DIANE PEARSON

September 30, 2019

I worked with Linda at Vista in Gainesville ,Fla. as Psych nurses. She was one of the most on the ball people I have ever met and became a good friend when we no longer worked together. I really enjoyed lunches with her and the other nurses, and miss her a lot.

Trish Lavoie

September 29, 2019

Dearest Linda, always very smart, pretty, fun to be around and a dear friend in time of need. I knew Linda from public school years. She was Linda Eastman and I was Patricia Delorey, so we were in the same homeroom....and in high school most of the same classes. As others have recalled, she was an original member of our Club sharing lots of laughs and stories. I can still hear, in my head, her delightful giggle. Time and distance do not break old bonds.
I last spoke with Linda about 3-4 years ago and it was just like yesterday. I am saddened at the loss of this very special person who was such a part on my early yeas. Rest in peace, Linda.

Carol Meechin

September 29, 2019

LINDA WAS A HIGH SCHOOL "CLUB G"IRL" AND WILL ALWAYS BE THOUGHT OF THAT WAY. SOMETIMES SHE WOULD HAVE US LAUGHING SO HARD IT WAS HARD TO CONTROL THE "HENRY J". CRINOLINES FLYING, FEET OUT THE WINDOW AND YOU NEVER KNEW WHAT WAS NEXT. REST IN PEACE LINDA,

Carole Bannister

September 28, 2019

Although I hadn’t seen Linda for many years, I have fond memories of her with our Club.
Our Yankee Swap was never the same after Linda moved away.
Rest In Peace Old Friend.

Annmarie Jonah

September 28, 2019

High school friends..we had a ‘club’ of 20 girls who were tracked in our class into an elite secretarial course that trained good students, to pass the civil service test with top scores. Most of us took positions with government. Six of us, traveling everyday in a tiny Henry J worked at the Boston Army base. Linda was beautiful, fun and kept us laughing over our jobs, romances and travel mode. We all wore voluminous skirts with crinolines that filled the interior of that little car. On the way home, she led us in shredding our nylons as we gossiped, argued and more. She was a bridesmaid in my wedding and being the adventurous one, took off for Washington, She always dropped in when she came home and would send me updates on her family over the years. I made a short visit to her in Arizona and whenever she came home or wrote...it was always just like 1950’s. She was remembered every Christmas at the ‘Club’ party for the hilarious havoc she brought to the gift swap. Over the years, as we met, “Remember what Linda said or did” became a constant...we loved her.

Mark Davis

September 27, 2019

May all of our prayers lift you up like the wings of an Angel. Thank you for all of your kindness and love.

Mary Davis

September 27, 2019

I remember her gentle laughter and quiet voice. Her excellent cooking, recipes I use to this day in her honor. I mostly remember her understanding and empathy in tough times. Little life lines that mattered so much to me. Peaceful travels now Linda, love follows you.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY