Linda A. Zullo

August 25, 1951June 8, 2021

Linda A. Zullo passed away peacefully in her home June, 8th, 2021, at the age of 69 in Lakewood, Colorado.

The simplest pleasures in life brought great joy to Linda. She loved a quiet evening at home with her dog Alex or running away in the pages of a good book. She had a pleasant personality and free spirit that was contagious to everyone she met.

She was preceded in death by parents Erenest and Adaline Zullo; brother, Raymond Zullo.

She is survived by two sisters, Marie Zullo (married to Bill Brown) and Barbara Zullo; a brother, Erenest Zullo Jr. a daughter, Amanda M. and Kelly Thompson; two sons, Allen Ray Young Jr. and Andrew M. Young; three grandchildren, Jay, Justin, and Hunter; nieces; great nieces and nephews; a sister-in-law, Chris Zullo; and several first cousins.

Memorial Service - Committal to follow will be held on June 17, 2021 at 10:00 am at Olinger Crown Hill, 7777 West 29th Avenue, Wheat Ridge, Colorado.


  • Memorial Service - Committal to follow

    Thursday, June 17, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Thursday, June 17, 2021


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Laura Maguire

June 17, 2021

Linda was a funny and compassionate person. She always put our Residents first. It was such a pleasure to work with her. She will be greatly missed.

Ronald Kraft

June 17, 2021

I remember when she was in a restorative aide an we would have exercise class. An her humor an stories was wonderful. She always brought laughter to everyone she came across

Cindy Brown

June 17, 2021

Linda was such a unique, free spirited, warm, and positive person. She could tell a story like no other, had a great sense of humor, always had a book recommendation and was quick to share her books, and had a warm way of interacting with all at LCCL. She was a true ray of sunshine & will be missed.

Ursula Graham

June 16, 2021

I’m so sad about Lindas passing. It breaks my heart. She was such a wonderful, funny and positive person. One year she picked me to do karaoke singing with her. She was all over the place and I’m sure I was a disappointment to her. She was my wonderful friend and I will miss her and I will never forget her. RIP my friend

Steven Fernandes

June 16, 2021

It saddened me to hear of Linda’s sudden passing. She was truly unique and after working with her for many years, I don’t recall her ever having a bad day at least around the staff and residents. She went out of her way to make sure that those around her felt valued and had what they needed. I will miss her presence, may God bless her and her family.

Sara Hoffman

June 16, 2021

Linda was one of a kind. She was always reading at least 3 books and giving me recommendations on what my next book should be or handing it to me when I walked in. She could turn any moment into one of love and laughter. She will be missed by many! So grateful I was lucky to work with her at LCC Littleton.

Kathy Ewell

June 12, 2021

My sincerest condolences to Linda's family as well as Barbara & Marie.
I was so surprised to hear of Linda's passing and my memories of Linda where when we were little kids living next door to the Zullo's. Of course I always looked up to Linda because she was older, wiser and always funny. I tried to walk like her and act like her, she was just that cool. I have fond memories and will forever look back at them with love. May God bless you all and help ease your pain.

Sherry Williamson RN, MSW

June 12, 2021

Linda was a blessing and a joy to work with at LCCL during my time there years ago. Her bright spirit, smile, laugh and sense of humor brightened the darkest, hardest, and busiest of days. Her caring empathy and compassion towards not only patients and families but her coworkers was such a beautiful gift. I was always grateful for her willingness to help in whatever way she could, her inate ability to “read” people and what was needed- whether to provide a listening ear, or a warm touch, or words of encouragement - or all three .

And she knew how to break up a tense moment with a joke or comment and that quick wit that would have us all laughing throughout the day! We’d sing along with music Rosie played from her phone on the weekends, chat about recipes or food or books or movies…. She was always a welcome sight coming down the hall alongside new admissions to our unit, welcoming the new folks with her genuineness and care, quelling fears and making folks comfortable when they came for rehab. She was a priceless gem to all of us. I will never forget her. I’m so sad she’s left us….

May her bright beautiful spirit and kind caring heart continue to remind us all to be grateful for our gifts and to keep sharing them with those around us. To spread joy, love, light and compassion- that was Linda. I’m so grateful I knew her.

My sincere condolences to her family and friends during this difficult time .May you always sense her warm spirit.

Michelle Fraternali

June 11, 2021

Linda was such a blessing to so very many people. For over twenty years she served a vulnerable population while working at Life Care Center of Littleton. She had a very special way of connecting with persons and making them feel instantly special. She was magical and just spectacular. Wishing her family much love and peace during this time. May her light and God's love shine brightly upon you. Forever in my heart, Linda's memory will remain.

Tim Turner

June 11, 2021

Our sincere Condolences from The Maintenance Department at Lifecare Littleton!!
Tim and Greg