OBITUARY

Elizabeth Ann Linehan

September 6, 1960January 4, 2019

Elizabeth Ann Linehan, 58, of Louisville, passed away January 4, 2019. She had worked at Parkway Medical Center in Louisville. She was preceded in death by her parents, James Culver Sr. and Mary Bryant; her brother, James Allen Culver; and her sister, Charlotte Powell. Left to cherish her memory are her husband of 41 years, Tommy Linehan; daughter, Sue Ann Rainwater(Jeff); grandchildren, Sabrina Michelle, Alyssa Sue, and Justin Todd; brother, Michael Bryant; and her niece and nephew, Rhonda and James Hamilton. Visitation will be 2-8pm Monday, January 7, 2019 at Evergreen Funeral Home with a private burial in Evergreen Cemetery. Donations in her memory can be made to Hosparus.

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  • Elizabeth Ann Linehan, 58, of Louisville, passed away January 4, 2019. She had worked at Parkway Medical Center in Louisville. She was preceded in death by her parents, James Culver Sr. and Mary Bryant; her brother, James Allen Culver; and her sister, Charlotte Powell. Left to cherish her memory are her husband of 41 years, Tommy Linehan; daughter, Sue Ann Rainwater(Jeff); grandchildren, Sabrina Michelle, Alyssa Sue, and Justin Todd; brother, Michael Bryant; and her niece and nephew, Rhonda and James Hamilton.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, January 7, 2019
REMEMBERING

Elizabeth Ann Linehan

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laquida garner

January 7, 2019

To the family of Liz Linehan, I just want you all to know how much your love one was treasured. Liz and I worked at Parkway together, she in Housekeeping and I was the Activity Director. Liz took pride in her work and made sure the dining room was cleaned & presentable for every activity. She always made it her mission daily to asked, do I need to do anything special today? She didn't play about that dining room, she always made it know this is the resident's dining room. She would always volunteer when we took the resident's out to bingo and looked forward to the outing. We both had several things in common. We both loved to play bingo, she was U of K fan, I was a U of L fan, Liz never drove and neither did I, we use to tease each other that we had curb service to and from work. Her family and friends were the light of her world. It was such an honor and privilege to have know and loved Liz. Keep God with you Laquida Garner

Molly Colgate

January 6, 2019

We had a lot of fun working at parkway.. I remember us eating our lunch together outside when the weather was nice .. I enjoyed our talks and all the advice you would give me .. Rest In Peace Liz...

Michelle Unseld

January 5, 2019

Even though we worked together a short time you touched my heart dearly. You always brought a smile to my face even if there wasn’t anything worth smiling about. I loved how you would stop by the office in the mornings and talk to Theresa and I, even if it was just to say good morning. You always knew what was going on in the Parkway world (aka As Parkway Turns). Lord knows there was always something happening, lol. You will be greatly missed my friend. You fought hard and stayed strong for so long now it is time for you to rest. Fly high my friend, you’re whole again and free from pain. Until we meet again may you rest in the arms of the Lord.

Debbie Medley

January 5, 2019

I remember all the fun times we had at Parkway. You were the most caring person I know. Always helping whoever needed help. I will always love you my friend. Rest In Peace.

Tracy Hollon

January 5, 2019

Liz you will truly be missed ill never forget our goofy arguments we had over who mary lou loved more you became a good friend one thing we will always share is our PARKWAY bond we have RIP my friend.

Sabrina Carrier

January 5, 2019

Rest in heaven meme, I love you sooo much & I know you’re in heaven watching down on me. Dance and sing Elvis like there’s no tomorrow & enjoy yourself, you’re not in any pain anymore & please continue to look down on me & follow me everywhere I go. I’ll never do anything to let you down! I love you to the moon and back & ill seen you again one day.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY