Elaine Bryant Linsin

August 5, 1938January 30, 2019

Elaine Bryant Linsin, 80, of Leawood, Kansas passed away peacefully while surrounded by her family on January 30, 2019 in Overland Park, KS.

A memorial visitation will be held on Saturday, February 16, 2019 from 1 to 3 pm at the McGilley & Hoge Chapel, 8024 Santa Fe Drive, Overland Park.

Elaine is survived by her three sons, Tim Linsin, Tom Linsin (Anita) and Rob Linsin; her sister, Beverly Morehouse (Don); grandchildren, Mandy Doull (John), Sarah Hammer (Andrew) and Ryan Linsin and five, great grandchildren, Jake, Ella, Avie, Braylen and Remi.

The family wishes to welcome everyone who would like to join us in our celebration of her life.


  • Tim Linsin, Son
  • Tom Linsin and wife, Anita, Son
  • Rob Linsin, Son
  • Beverly Morehouse and her husband, Don, Sister
  • Mandy Doull and her husband, John, Granddaughter
  • Sarah Hammer and her husband, Andrew, Granddaughter
  • Ryan Linsin, Grandson
  • She also leaves behind five great grandchildren, Jake, Ella, Avie, Braylen and Remi to cherish her memory.


  • Celebration of Life Service Saturday, February 16, 2019

Elaine Bryant Linsin

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Jane Brown

February 1, 2019

I so much wanted to be there to let her son's and daughter in law know how much I enjoyed knowing Elaine and sharing some special moments with her. I was one of the Respiratory Therapist who took care of Elaine while she was in the hospital and I will never forget her advice she gave me about life,relationships and children. Most of all I so admired her strength and amazing sense of humor! When we talked she let me know how much she loved and was so proud of her son's and she told me her daughter in law ( so sorry I have forgotten her name) was the daughter she never had. She also told me she had a great life and loved her girl friends and loved spending time with them. And... oh that red lipstick! She always wanted that close by. May you all find peace in knowing she was a beautiful lady and strong, determined women , who one of her son's told me how she loved Frank Sinatra, absolutely did it " her way". It was a pleasure and honor knowing Elaine.