Woodstock Funeral Home

8855 Main Street, Woodstock, GA


Linda Marie Babiak

August 26, 1943December 29, 2019

Linda Babiak, age 76 of Woodstock, Georgia passed away December 29, 2019. Linda was a member of The Episcopal Church of the Annunciation for many years where she was very involved with the St. Martha's guild hosting various baptismal, memorial and other types of receptions at the church. She truly enjoyed the hospitality and the work behind the scenes as families celebrated joyful occasions and mourned their loved ones on sorrowful occasions.

Therefore , in lieu of flowers, the family asks that you please continue Linda's memory by donating to the St. Martha's guild or the memorial fund, ministries of the church.

These funds often help families in need and affords them the opportunity to have a service at The Episcopal Church of the Annunciation when seeking a sacred place to honor their loved ones.

Please send to: Episcopal Church of the Annunciation in memory of Linda Babiak 1673 Jamerson Rd. Marietta, GA. 30066.

Linda is survived by her daughter, Dana Hvizdak of Roswell, Georgia and son Brett Ciaramella of Roswell, Georgia, sister, Mary Ann Keech, four grandsons, Jackson and Luke Hvizdak and Parker and Jake Ciaramella, nephew, Tim Keech and niece, Becky Roberts.

A memorial service will be held for Linda on Saturday, January 25, 2020 at 11:00 am at the Episcopal Church of the Annunciation 1673 Jamerson Road Marietta, Georgia 30066. Following the service, please join us for a reception to celebrate Linda's life in the Activities Building next to the church.

"May her soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, Rest in Peace," Woodstock Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Linda Babiak.


25 January

Memorial Service

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

The Episcopal Church of the Annunciation

1673 Jamerson Rd.
Marietta, GA 30066


Linda Marie Babiak

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Gayla Smith

January 5, 2020

Linda and I first met when she became a client of mine at the salon.
Her first visit she had my salon assistant and I laughing so hard. She was explaining her New year's party out. She described it as a circus. They thought it was going to be a 1920s party. But she said not the case. The way she described how people came dressed was hilarious. Then every visit after that was such a fun adventure. We would joke at her visits. She would tell me exactly how to cut her hair. And she of course had to style her hair.
I loved hearing her talk about her family and her grandchildren that she loved so much.
It is a sad day to know I won't have any more fun moments with beautiful woman. She will be missed so much
I pray for her family in this time of dealing with the loss of her

Donna Shepherd

January 3, 2020

I had the honor of being Linda’s Esthetician for several years and always enjoyed our time together. A sweet woman who will be missed by many!

Jacqueline White

January 2, 2020

I volunteered with Linda at MUST Ministries for six years and she was a delight! She had such a wonderful sense of humor and adored her children and grandchildren. I've missed her presence at MUST for a while a will continue to. My thoughts & prayers are with her family.

Debbie Hreha

January 1, 2020

Thoughts and prayers to Linda’s family.
I went to Church with Linda and she was part of our St. Martha’s Guild. I will miss her. She had a wonderful sense of humor. And often spoke of her family.