Linda June Hallof

November 21, 1946October 14, 2020

Linda Hallof, 73, of Sarasota died peacefully at her home on October 14, 2020. She was born in Burgettstown, PA to the late August Donati and Margaret Vinceti Donati.

Linda grew up in Burgettstown and attended Robert Morris College. She spent her career in Legal and Office Administration. She was on the Board of Trustees of the Youngstown, OH YMCA and served as Chairperson of the Membership and Support Campaign. She was appointed Forelady of the Mahoning County Grand Jury in 1998.

Linda is survived by her husband, Gordon Hallof; her son C. J. Hamilton and his wife, Julie, and two children (Sarah and Nicholas) and her son, Gordon Hallof, Jr., and his wife Vickie, and three children (Kristina, Andrew and Peter James). Also surviving are her brother, Richard Donati, of Pennsylvania. She was preceded in death by her sisters, Violet Robinson and Eleanor Farner.

Linda’s greatest joy was spending time with her husband and family. She enjoyed golfing with her husband and friends at Stoneybrook Golf & Country Club, Sarasota. She had two hole in ones on that course. She served as Co-Chair of the club’s Social Committee.

A private service for immediate family only will be held at Robert Toale and Sons – Wiegand Chapel, Sarasota.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be given in Linda’s name to the American Cancer Association.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Shari Binder

October 20, 2020

Steve and I send our sincere condolences to Gordon and your family. Linda made so many contributions to Stoneybrook while volunteering on the Social Committee. I had the pleasure of working with her and watching her calmly deal with the issues at hand that would add so much to our members' enjoyment of our Club. Linda was such a classy lady, but mostly, she was a very special friend.

bonita tepsic

October 20, 2020

Our sincere condolences to Linda's family--remembering her as a young girl in Burgettstown PA running down the train tracks from our house to hers--she and my sister Cheryl( Napolitano ) DelPrato were playmates--she was a fiesty little girl and was always full of excitement!

God Bless
Jim and Bonnie (Napolitano) Tepsic

Cindy Bergeron

October 19, 2020

Ron and I send our prayers and condolences in the passing of Linda.
We have many wonderful memories of our golfing days in Michigan and here in Florida with you and Linda . She will be missed .

Bill Donati

October 16, 2020

My sister Dorothy, Brother John and I send our condolences and prayers in the passing of our cousin Linda. We remember her many visits when we were kids to our farm in Pa.


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