Linda Lee Kroonemeyer

February 28, 1941January 21, 2019

Linda Lee Kroonemeyer, 77, of Pataskala, passed away on Monday, January 21, 2019 at Mount Carmel East Hospital. She was born on February 28, 1941, a daughter to the late John and Jerry (Palmer) Given. Linda is survived by her loving children, Jason (Chrissy) Kroonemeyer and Traci (Duane) Zwiesler; grandchildren, Kerri Walsh, Zachary Kroonemeyer, Samantha Zwiesler, Chanler Kroonemeyer and Karson Kroonemeyer; great-grandson, Brayden Walsh; siblings, Ed (Margaret) Given and Yvonne Hunt and many nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she is also preceded in death by her husband, Kent Kroonemeyer. Honoring Linda’s wishes cremation will take place. Memorial service will be at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at Hosanna Lutheran Church, 7714 Hazelton-Etna Rd. SW, Pataskala, OH 43062 with Pastor Bret Rizzo officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Feed the Children, 333 N. Meridian, Oklahoma City, OK 73107 or International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, 30 North LaSalle St., Suite 4300, Chicago, IL 60602, in Linda’s memory.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, February 9, 2019

Linda Lee Kroonemeyer

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Maggie Cochrun

January 23, 2019

Linda was a dear friend and we shared many an hour together over the years. Between her quick wit and mine we laughed a lot. By the same token we spent hours in deep conversation trying to save the world, so to speak. She was filled with compassion for family and friends and I always felt better after talking with her.
We traveled and a favorite memory is our cruise to Alaska. It was her first, we made certain we did it all and she enjoyed herself thoroughly. We met many people and how wonderful it was that she felt enough kinship to correspond with some for several years. I also cherish all the times we got together with mutual friends to catch up, play cards and try new restaurants.
I am blessed to have had her friendship and she will forever be in my heart. They say that throughout life you can count your true friends on both hands, Linda was a true friend.
Sincere sympathy to the family in their time of great sorrow.

Judy Walters

January 23, 2019

I met Linda several years ago through a mutual friend. We enjoyed many fun times together playing cards, going out to dinner and just enjoying each others company. She was a great listener and always some how helped you answer your own question. I know she missed her husband and hope she is with him now. She will be missed and I know will live in my heart forever. Please say a prayer for her family during this time.

Joshua Rhyne

January 22, 2019

I have so many wonderful memories of Linda and the kind woman that she was and the laughter and warmth she brought to my heart. I remember when I was about to propose to my future wife, I talked to Linda about how I had finally found the right woman to share my life with and we began to discuss the proposal. She offered to allow me to use her lake house for the proposal and I jumped at the opportunity. The cabin and lake that she had shared so many memories with her late husband and family would now be forever engrained in my wife and I’s future together. I will forever cherish the friendship Linda and I developed and will miss her laughter most. Thank you Linda for being there for me when I needed to talk and thank you for all the love you always showed me. Miss you already.