Giffen-Mack Funeral Home & Cremation Centre

4115 Lawrence Ave East, West Hill, ON


Linda Hedwig Wright

June 16, 1946February 1, 2020

Linda Hedwig Wright was born on June 16, 1946 and passed away on February 1, 2020.


  • Visitation Friday, February 7, 2020
  • Funeral Service Friday, February 7, 2020


Linda Hedwig Wright

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Pat Ovenell

February 8, 2020

Linda was my very best friend. I wish I could have spent more time with her in the last few months, but distance and health issues kept me away. There are many wonderful memories of times she and Ron opened their home to me for stay-overs. Even in sickness Linda always thought of me and whether I needed a place to stay while I was in Toronto for medical reasons. She even sent me some money to help with medical expenses for my other best friend, Emma, my golden retriever. Linda had a big heart. She was always there for me to talk to and that is what I will miss most. My sincerest condolences to Ron, Suzanne, Blair, Jacqueline and Christine. She will always be a part of each of you.

Margaret & Bob Panter / Stumpf

February 7, 2020

Linda was our Very Special friend & neighbor at our "summer home" at Sauble Beach. We loved the Breakfast / Brunch on Sunday mornings and the long conversations we would have about their adventures on their latest trip or the one they wanted to take next, or, sometimes we would solve all the world's problems, and sometimes we would chat about these things over late night tea & cookies. Linda also liked to learn how to fix and do things. She was always asking if she could help me when I was rebuilding our trailer. She loved the hands on experiences we had, while she was helping. We feel very lucky to have known Linda for so many years. She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her. our hearts go out to Ron, Suzie, Blair & Family. Margaret & Bob

Monica Thomas

February 6, 2020

Dear Ron, Suzanne, Blair and family,
We are so saddened to hear about the loss of your wife, mother and grandmother. She was an amazing woman. She was full of spunk, energy and had wonderful smile and contagious laugh. She would share many wonderful stories of her many travels and adventures in the world and offered many interesting insights of what she learned along her journeys. She loved to entertain and welcome people. Both Ron and Linda brought so much joy to so many children with their yearly photos of Santa and Mrs Claus and you could see in their faces the pleasure they got from this wonderful act of giving. Linda was multi-talented, ambitious, kind and generous. She was very creative and could put together anything in an instant. We will miss her at Sauble.
Our deepest condolences to all of you. May the fond memories you have of her keep her close to you and help you in the challenging days ahead .
Love and prayers,
Monica Thomas and Family

Rhonda Rancourt

February 5, 2020

We shall always remember Linda as our Sauble friend. I remember when we put a pass-through in the cedar trees between our trailers and John put in a few steps so Linda wouldn’t trip on our small hill when coming over to visit or for a campfire. Linda insisted on putting a wind chime on their side, “a doorbell” as she liked to call it and would ring it every time she was coming over. We will truly miss her laugh and stories. She was an amazing lady!
Rhonda, Riley and Mason XO

Len & Terry Hegedus

February 4, 2020

Linda was one of our group of Sauble friends which over the years became our Sauble family. She was always ready to pitch in when we were having a gathering. Linda was a great cook, and story teller. We shared many stories over a Sauble camp fire with special Sauble fire wood and over many dinner tables. We are going to miss her company.
Ron, Blair, Suzanne, Jacqueline, Christine,
Len and I are truly sorry for your loss.

Beverly Lawrence

February 4, 2020

We shared so many good times at Sauble with Linda. She loved if you visited her trailer and Linda hosted many get togethers with friends from the park (her gated community as she liked to call it).
Fireside chats were many including her banking career,leadership with the Girl Guides and their many travels. We always marveled how Linda could put wheels on anything to make it more functional.
Will miss you dear friend. Our deepest condolences to Ron, Suzanne, Blair, Jacqueline and Christina.

from Beverly and Gerry Wood

Lyn Mathewson

February 3, 2020

I spent a lot of good quality time with Linda at Sauble Beach. I have wonderful memories of her coming to my 50th birthday in Las Vegas, going to the local theatre in Owen Sound, going to the beach, sitting by the fire and having great chats on the deck. Although she was very shy at times and didn’t always feel like intruding she would always want you to drop by. She was an excellent host, loved to tell stories, had an infectious laugh and was a good friend. She will be sadly missed by all. To Ron, Susie, Blair, Christine and Jacqueline I am very sorry for your loss.

Tina Carroll

February 3, 2020

Ron, Suzanne, Blair & Family,
We are so sorry to hear the sad news of Linda's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.
Sincere Condolences
Tina, Brian, Steven & Michael Carroll