Linda Anderson

 

Born:
March 3rd, 1943
Died:
October 8th, 2016

Linda Anderson passed away peacefully at the Barrie Memorial Hospital on October 8, 2016.  She leaves to mourn her husband Gerald Lallemand, her sister Donalda (late George Irving), her brother George (late Margaret McKell), her sisters-in-law Dorothy Stirling (late Ronald), Marge Gemmill (late Wayne), Grace Lallemand, nieces, nephews, and also many other relatives and close friends.  Linda was very passionate about family, friends, gardening, needle crafts, and helping others.  Since her retirement from a successful career at Sunlife Financial Inc. she thoroughly enjoyed her time doing exactly that, following her passions and helping others.  Visitation will take place at Rodrique Montpetit & Fils Inc. Funeral Home, 170 Chateauguay Street, Huntingdon, Friday October 21, 2016  from 7 to 9 p.m and Saturday October 22, from 9 to 10:45 a.m. followed by a service held at the Huntingdon United Church at 11 a.m.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Women's  Auxiliary of the Barrie Memorial Hospital, the Canadian Cancer Society, or the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.  www.rodriguemontpetitfils.com

Condoleances (13)

  • Audrey Donnelly

    So sorry to hear of Linda's passing. Our sympathies to your family.

  • H & R L'HEUREUX

    OUR SINCERE CONDOLENCES TO ALL THE FAMILY
    HEATHER & RAYMOND
    ST-ANICET

  • Grace Lallemand

    I couldn't have had a nicer sister-in-law, I will miss her visits to Niagara, our winery lunches, shopping sprees and fun conversations. She knew I didn't have her green thumb but she shared her gardening tips nonetheless. She will be missed.
    Grace

  • Joan Barron and Maureen Gregory

    We , the Gregory Family, Gore Road, are all very sorry to hear of Linda's passing. Maureen had just phoned me to say she had heard Linda was not well but did not know anything, so I checked the internet for her. Linda's father was a great friend of my Mum, Jean Gregory for many many years and Linda will be missed, I am sure. We send our condolences to all the family and although Maureen is not able to do very much these days, she is hoping to go to the visitation in Huntingdon. May Linda rest in peace.

  • Lois Shaw

    May you rest in peace Linda. We have more than 53 years of wonderful memories. You were a great friend, always there when we needed you.

    Rest in peace my dear friend Linda. You will be so missed. After 53 years of always being there anytime I needed you, you will never know how much I appreciated you.

  • Colleen Steeves (Taylor)

    So sorry to hear of Linda's passing. Linda and I were great friends Monday to Friday (city friends) as we were colleagues and also neighbours....we went for many walks and many ice creams during the work week before she would go home to Gerald on the weekends. May you rest in peace Linda.....

  • Anne Howard

    My sincere condolences to Gerald and family. May Linda rest in peace.

  • Susan Sauve

    Very sorry to hear of Linda's passing. She was a great long time friend and I will miss our annual visits when she came to Toronto to visit family and friends and to enjoy craft and garden shows or introducing me to amazing quilting shows. So enjoyed and will always cherish the memory of our last visit in July. She will always be fondly remembered by me and my kids with their common fondness for all things turtles. Rest in peace Linda and deepest condolences to you Gerald and to all family members.

  • Rita tedeschi

    My sincere condolences to the family.

  • Marie Fitzsimons

    It is with a heavy heart that I mourn the sad and sudden passing of Linda. We had a close friendship for over 46 years. She was an inspiration to many in the field of gardening and arts and crafts. I extend my deepest sympathy to Gerald and her extended family. May she rest in peace. Her visits to Montreal will be greatly missed.

  • Diane (Anderson) Wilkinson

    My sincere sympathy to all of Linda's family. On our annual visits to Uncle Carl and Aunt Alice's farm, Linda was a kind and welcoming cousin who made all the chores fun. And over the years it has been a pleasure to visit with her. She will be remembered with affection and truly missed.

  • Linda Merlin

    My deepest sympathy, Gerald, Donalda, George, nieces and nephews.

    Linda, my "go to" friend of 55 years, you will be greatly missed and very fondly remembered.

  • Norman & Pearl Fennell

    We wish to express our sympathies to her family.

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