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Blake-Lamb Funeral Home

5015 Lincoln Ave, Lisle, IL

OBITUARY

Linda O Kinney

February 14, 1941September 4, 2020
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Linda O Kinney was born on February 14, 1941 and passed away on September 4, 2020 and is under the care of Blake-Lamb Funeral Home.

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Lora Boudinot

September 8, 2020

I met Linda at the gym. Several of us "older" women would walk together on the track. We would have to take turns walking with her, because it was difficult to keep up her pace! She kept us moving. Linda was a loving person, & great friend. I will miss her smiling face.

Karin Giertz

September 7, 2020

I met Linda 72 years ago when starting third grade at Vanderpoel School. We were in each other's weddings and then shared maternity clothes; there were many gaps in those years but we always reconnected. Most recently we were meeting for brunch with other MPHS friends where we would enjoy conversation and updates on one another's families. I will miss her.

Barbara Smith Green

September 7, 2020

I met Linda in High School and we have been friends for over 65 years. Her family was her pride and joy. Linda was a tireless worker and instrumental in organizing our Morgan Park High School reunions. She bravely faced hardships, but never complained. A friend I will dearly miss.

Barb Dykes

September 6, 2020

Barb Dykes

September 6, 2020

Barb Dykes

September 6, 2020

Barb Dykes

September 6, 2020

I worked with Linda at V3 and Linda was always known for her amazing baking. She would bring in trays of her delicious cookies at Christmas. My favorite was her red velvet cakes. She was such a kinda soul, we will miss you dearly!

Betsy Wilson

September 5, 2020

Linda and I met at Edward Fitness Center several years ago. We quickly became friends and shared many interests. We had quite a walking group every day and walked that oval track daily. We always met on the floor daily to do our weights. Linda was always first to arrive. If I was five minutes late she was there to tell me I was late!!! She had many interests in life, but her love of family was always first. She shared many stories and and loved showing us the latest pictures of the great grandchildren. While she loved her children and her grandchildren so very much when she became a great grandmother she had a whole new interest in life. Clearly her biggest love in life was her family and I am sure you all knew that.
While she battled through many illnesses she never complained. She just carried on and led life to the fullest.
I am proud to have known her and will always remember her.
My deepest sympathy to all the family. She loved each and every one of you and was so proud of you all. But now she and Clinton are together and for that I am grateful.
My love to you all. Linda will be missed and remembered by anyone who knew her.
Betsy Wilson

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