March 2, 1947 – November 1, 2019
Linda Jo Faller “Purp” to her grandchildren, passed away peacefully at her home in New Brighton, PA. on November 1,2019 at the age of 72. Linda is predeceased by her father James Whitworth Sr., In-laws John and Peg Faller, sister in-law Kay Uebing, niece Joni Brackman, loving granddaughter Jessica Faller, and precious great granddaughter Grace Compton.
A loving wife of a loving husband of 56 years, Jack Faller. Linda (Mom) will be sadly missed by her children John E. Faller III, Jeffrey (Vikki) Faller, Tammi (Dennis) Mesko, Tonya Faller Knotts, and Lisa Faller Barbour. Grandchildren Jacob Faller (Samantha), Zach Faller (Olivia), Tori Faller (Preston), Chassidy Mesko (Jordan), Josh (Kelly) Mesko, Krista (Lucas) Ransom, Devin (Mel Rae) Kashella, Dylan Knotts, Derek Knotts, and Chad Lindsay. Great grandchildren whom she adored Nolan, Carter, Riley, Isabella, Kash, Harper, Maxwell and Colton. Also survived by her loving mother, Mildred Whitworth, sister Nancy (Gary) Buzzato, brother James (Mary) Whitworth and several nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Linda was a caring nurse for 31 years at Friendship Ridge. Linda enjoyed life, the most important things were her family. Each and everyone held a special place in her heart.
Visitation will be held Wednesday, November 6, 2019 from 3pm until time of service at 7pm at the Saul-Gabauer Funeral Home, 273 Route 68, Rochester (Adjacent to Sylvania Hills Memorial Park Mausoleum) with Pastor Chris Palmer from Victory Church.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations have been entrusted to Tammi Mesko in c/o Saul-Gabauer Funeral Home. Online condolences may be shared at www.saul-gabauer.com
- Visitation Wednesday, November 6, 2019
- Blessing Service Wednesday, November 6, 2019
November 5, 2019
Condolences to Jack and family.
November 4, 2019
Some of my memories r some of the mishaps we would get into at the job. We was one I enjoyed seeing walking off elevator as a pull to the unit made my 8 hrs go a lot better n easier. And she could cook she always made extra. RIP My Friend u r with ur family in Heaven who has went ahead of u to get things ready for u. Now ur up there to keep them in line
November 4, 2019
My condolences to Jack and family. We have many fond memories of the “Happy Days” doing Chinese fire drills in your Ford and many other things.
May God comfort you and bless you all.
Oliver Chappy Mihm
November 2, 2019
I have too many memories of Aunt Linda so I am sharing whom she was to me and what her role in my life meant to me. When I was a child and even in my young teen years, she was a 2nd Mom to me. Every other weekend I was in her home. My Mother and my Aunt kept their children close so we were always together. Throughout the years lives go in different directions due to raising our own family but Aunt Linda always had a special place in my heart. All of us kids loved when we were all together and our Mothers made sure that we were. Easter was a special time for us because while they made all the chocolate candies for our Easter baskets we were sent to the movies to stay out of their hair. One of my favorite times with her was when my Aunt Linda and Uncle Jimmy (her brother) drove down to Virginia to visit my sister. There was never a dull moment the whole weekend trip. I will cherish every moment that I have shared with her throughout the years but most of all I will always hear her laugh. It is one of a kind and very infectious. I will always miss you, Aunt Linda. Love, your niece Susie