Linda Fay Schwass

May 3, 1955 - March 24, 2024

Funeral Details: Saturday April 13, 2024 at 2 pm at Nottawasaga Inn and Resort in the Crystal Ballroom. 

Dear friends and family, It is with sad hearts that we write this announcement.  Our dear Linda died at Royal Victoria Hospital in Barrie, ON on Sunday March 24, 2024 after a long battle with many health problems that tired out her heart.   As is typical of our kind, caring Linda, she woke up from several days of unresponsive sleep to look into her loving husband’s eyes and be told how much she was loved, closed her eyes and took her last breath.


Linda is survived by her husband Kenneth Schwass, son Nathan and step daughter, Sarah Rossi (Tom) grandchildren Arden and Bryce Mother, Lois Milligan, (father Donald Milligan, deceased) Siblings, Marlene Johnston (Marc), Donald Milligan Jr., Gail Milligan, Douglas Milligan (Carmeta), Carole Ross (Sean), Julie Genser (Ron).


Linda has many nieces and nephews.: Sarah, Josh, Anson, Breanne, Braydon, Jason, Aaron, and Danielle. In addition, she has great nieces and nephews and step nieces and nephews. Loved by so many.


If you would like to view the Memorial Service from home, our zoom credentials memorial info is posted below;

ID: 422 183 5486
Password: 975210


We would like to thank all the local congregations of Jehovah’s Witnesses who lovingly surrounded us with support in so many ways.


Also thank you to the doctors and staff at Royal Victoria Hospital and to so many friends and neighbours for their kindness.



51 Condolences
  • Ron and Julie Genser
    Posted on: Wednesday, March 27, 2024 Reply

    How can I possibly begin to write about our precious Linny in a paragraph? She knew exactly how I felt about her each and every day, so I will focus on Ken and Nathan. Ken is and always will be a second father to me and I want to thank you for always loving Linny and treating her with kindness, respect and dignity. She waited a long time for a mate and the reward was golden. Five years later a miracle baby was born and we couldn’t be more proud of how you two have raised such a fine young man. Nathan is beautiful combination of you both. You inherited a lot of family when you married our Linny and your family we will forever remain.
    Love Ron and Jule bug!

  • Gord, Sibylle Allen
    Posted on: Wednesday, March 27, 2024 Reply

    Dear Ken and Nathan:
    Our hearts are broken and our prayers are with you both. We love you. We loved our dear Linny, such a beautiful friend and caring person, ours hearts go out to all the family
    Love Gord, Sibylle, Cole, and Sabrina

  • Robin and Anita Inniss
    Posted on: Wednesday, March 27, 2024 Reply

    I met beautiful Linda through Julie, in an instant I felt her love and kindness, even in her recovery she made me a beautiful gift of a scarf and hat for the winter. Our thoughts and prayers are with her entire family!
    Soon we will see her again! What a reunion that will be for her family!

  • Kevin and Sara Taman
    Posted on: Wednesday, March 27, 2024 Reply

    Ken, Nathan, all of Linny’s family…to say someone is loved is an understatement when it comes to this amazing woman.
    Our hope sustains. But boy oh boy is the pain deep right now.
    May Jehovah cuddle you all close.
    Isaiah 49:16…”Look! On my palms I have engraved you.” Its of some comfort to know she is directly in his line of sight. And soon back in yours❤️💔

  • Sharlene Milligan
    Posted on: Wednesday, March 27, 2024 Reply

    The Best part of aunt Linda was how she truly gave…..asking nothing back.
    She really touched the heart of all who had the privilege of knowing her. It has been incredible watching the milligan fam all rally for each other and dry each other’s tears this year.
    It’s hard to process the pillar of the family being gone. But aunt Linda will be remebered so strongly for her unconditional love and her contagious smile xoxox

  • Jean
    Posted on: Wednesday, March 27, 2024 Reply

    Ken and Nathan
    Linda was such a kind and loving Lady
    Larry and myself always talked about the time she delivered food to us and great desert
    Love to you both. Jean

  • Bob & Martina Ziltener
    Posted on: Wednesday, March 27, 2024 Reply

    Our hearts are so saddened to hear about Linda. We are thinking of all of you as you go through this. She was an amazing person who truly loved her family and friends. We have always treasured our memories of her with all of you!!! May Jehovah give you much comfort as you go thru this.
    Love Bob & Martina Ziltener

  • Sharlene Milligan
    Posted on: Wednesday, March 27, 2024 Reply

    Always grateful 🙏 great aunty and her kiddies xoxo

  • Bill and Adele Hager
    Posted on: Wednesday, March 27, 2024 Reply

    Our hearts are wounded at Linda’s passing…we have known the Milligan family for many years and we were aware of her struggles with health issues
    As one who also does crocheting I always admired her works of “art”
    We knew how much she was loved by Ken and Nathan and family. She is now in Jehovahs arms and we will await seeing her again.May Jehovah strengthen everyone through this sad time as our prayers are with you all

  • Ed and Esther Romaniuk
    Posted on: Wednesday, March 27, 2024 Reply

    We will surely miss Linda until we can see her again in the near future. I have many fond memories of her because of the numerous gifts, made with her talented hands, that I have received from her. I am reminded frequently of her generosity when I wear something she created.

    We remember the treats she made for many gatherings. They were anything but ordinary. We always enjoyed those treats and will them too.

    Ed and I both love her very much and we look forward to seeing her all brand new when all pain and suffering are things of the past.

    Love to Ken and Nathan

  • Luis Rosella Montalban
    Posted on: Wednesday, March 27, 2024 Reply

    Ken and Nathan
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. Death is truly an enemy and won’t it be wonderful when it will be gone forever. We love you very much.

  • Vivian Moore
    Posted on: Wednesday, March 27, 2024 Reply

    Ken and family,
    You don’t know me but I worked with Linda at Scotiabank in Parry Sound before her marriage, and even after all these years I remember her kindness, and sweetness of nature, but also how she was so much fun. She was always there with a good giggle at our silliness.
    My sincere sympathies to you and your family, hold your memories close. That family photo is terrific.
    RIP Linda
    Vivian Moore

  • Aaron Thomas and family
    Posted on: Wednesday, March 27, 2024 Reply

    Sending our condolences to the family at this time. Aunt Linda had a heart of gold! Fun, kind, extremely loving and caring for all. She made sure everyone was looked after and happy. She always made sure we had enough to eat, always offering more. So many great memories! Aunt Linda will truly be missed and always remembered…with love, Aaron Thomas and family XO

  • Art & Ida BOND
    Posted on: Thursday, March 28, 2024 Reply

    We are thinking with sadness for Linda.s family at this time of her passing but glad at the same time that her suffering is over.Of course being Aunt Ida I will always think abt.her when she was very young and was such a fun loving little gal and always reminded me of her Aunt Alice Milligan (Ryman).I know we are not supposed to have Favourites but I felt she was one of mine.
    So long Lindy.

  • Aaron Thomas
    Posted on: Thursday, March 28, 2024 Reply


  • Catherine Schwass
    Posted on: Thursday, March 28, 2024 Reply

    Linda, you alway’s be one of those individual that made a difference in the world with your
    love. No one could have walked in your shoes. It’s is so difficult to say goodbye!
    Love alway’s sister.

    Posted on: Thursday, March 28, 2024 Reply

    Thank you my brother Ken for giving her the life she deserved. You were her perfect match, and I will be eternally thankful for all the love and son you gave her.
    You and my sister were far and away the most selfless couple I will have had the pleasure of knowing this side of the new world. I only hope two things will come to past before we see Linny again.
    I can grow into the kind of person you are Ken, and if I can still be a part of yours and Nathan’s life.
    Love you my brother!


  • Nancy Scale
    Posted on: Friday, March 29, 2024 Reply

    As close cousins and children do , we had so much fun together in our Younger years . Our fun times together with our families I will treasure always , I suppose I always will .
    Most of all I will carry your wonderful jolly laugh in my heart forever
    Loved you always
    Nancy & Don

  • Marlene Johnston
    Posted on: Friday, March 29, 2024 Reply

    I struggle to put words on paper because as I do the loss of my extraordinary sister becomes even more real.
    Linda was exceptionally talented and beyond generous. Because we loved her so much we were very cautious about who she married. Ken thanks for putting up with our big family and especially thank you for loving and taking care of our Linny. We love you very much. Thank you too for letting me be there for the birth of Nathan, your “miracle” son. You and Linda have raised him well.
    Our hearts are broken and will never be the same until we see Linny again. That strong faith reassured her and us of happy reunions.

  • Laurie Jacklin
    Posted on: Friday, March 29, 2024 Reply

    I send my deepest condolences to Linda’s family. I had the privilege of knowing Linda for most of my life. She was always kind, considerate and loving to those around her. We had lots of fun & laughs over our younger years. To her siblings, many of you I have not seen in a number of years but please know you are in my thoughts.
    Laurie Jacklin.

    Posted on: Friday, March 29, 2024 Reply

    When I think of my sister Linda, I think of how loving and caring and kind she was. She always had a way of bringing out the best in everybody. There was no way you could ever out give her. My love for music and movies comes from her. Ken was the perfect partner for her. And I made Ken promise that he will always be my brother-in-law. Nathan is an extraordinary young man who is a little bit of both Ken and Linda. And Linda I will always dance with you.

  • Art & Ida BOND
    Posted on: Saturday, March 30, 2024 Reply

    Sorry but this old girl never learned how to do this the modern way! We love you all the Milligans +.

  • Carole Ross
    Posted on: Sunday, March 31, 2024 Reply

    When we would say goodbye I would always say to Linnie ‘you know there is nothing I wouldn’t do for you’ and she would always reply ‘and I you’ Those were the last words we said to each other before she fell asleep. So I will say them to you Ken and Nathan. There is nothing I wouldn’t do for you both.
    Love you

  • Danielle Thomas
    Posted on: Sunday, March 31, 2024 Reply

    So many great memories with you Aunt Linda. You had the biggest heart and kindest soul. I will never forget all the times we spent baking, having a spot of tea and arrowroot cookies and you letting me shift the gears in your car when I was a little girl 🙂
    You were truly one of a kind and I will forever miss you
    Love you always Auntie Dee xoxo
    —Dannie Mae

  • Ray & Pat Stiles
    Posted on: Monday, April 1, 2024 Reply

    We were so sad when we heard of Linda’s passing. What a remarkable soul she was. Hold your memories close to your hearts, Ken & Nathan. Remember “it’s just around the corner” when you will hug her again & she will have perfect health. Sending our love Ray & Pat

  • David & Charity Bird
    Posted on: Monday, April 1, 2024 Reply

    Dear Ken and Nathan

    We are so sad to hear Linda was gone. She was such a great support to me when I was getting back on my feet spiritually and your place felt like home. Your family provided so much love to us both and we cannot wait to give Linda a hug again soon.

  • Christine Crisp
    Posted on: Monday, April 1, 2024 Reply

    Words never can fully convey the deep emotion one wants to express to somehow ease the pain and emptyness felt at a time like this. Therefore let me extend my heart to you and your family to offer you any assistance you may need . 🎼 He will call and she will answer..🎵…soon

  • Aaron and Sherri Eves
    Posted on: Tuesday, April 2, 2024 Reply

    Our deepest condolences to Ken, Nathan and all the family. We had the privilege of knowing Ken and Linda, both of them selfless people who always made your day brighter talking to them. Sherri drew strength from Linda’s positive attitude during hard times. We long for the day to see Linda’s smiling face…healthy and at Ken’s side once again.

  • Kevin Taman
    Posted on: Tuesday, April 2, 2024 Reply

    Dear Ken and Nathan, what can I say about Linda that has not already been said. She was a fine wife, mother and friend. She was always so kind and loving to Sara and I. Her smile and laughter would warm our hearts and make us feel like family.
    We will miss her intensely until we see her again. In the meantime stay close to each other, your family and congregation and most of all, stay close to Jehovah, the God of all comfort.
    Love you guys,
    Your friend Kevin.

  • Rhonda King
    Posted on: Wednesday, April 3, 2024 Reply

    Dear Ken, Nathan and all the family

    May Jehovah comfort you. Linda is a special person. I say “is” because of course she is still alive in Jehovah’s memory and will awaken soon in perfect health. I look forward to seeing you reunited 🥰

    Sending lots of love and comforting hugs 🤗

    Your sister, Rhonda

  • Denis and Amanda Derosier
    Posted on: Wednesday, April 3, 2024 Reply

    A most beloved wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt, and friend.
    She encompassed an outstanding life of love and giving. Linda was always on the ready to help anyone. She would open her home for the congregation Bible study or when you needed a place to sleep. She used her hands to make some of the most amazing cakes and desserts for any occasion. Her creative knitting of baby cardigans, blankets, scarves, and toques (just to name a few) will be cherished by many. She shared her love of animals with Nathan. Lizards, snakes, bunnies, cats, and countless bird feeders. Linda’s heart was big! Her kindness was seen through her life by never judging anyone, but was giving to all equally. Linda’s beauty, inside and out, would light up any room through her smile even on her not-so-good days. These are just a few of the things we will miss about our dear Linda who was like a second mother to Denis.
    There is one thing we are certain of, Linda‘s love for the truth! Her unwavering faith in the future hope was undeniable. As with all whom we’ve lost in the past, we know we WILL see her soon.
    We love you so much Ken and Nathan! Our hearts ache with you.

  • Gail Milligan (Thomas)
    Posted on: Wednesday, April 3, 2024 Reply

    My Sister Linda is missed and will be missed. When Linda entered a room it didn’t take long to feel the warm positive energy and love that radiated from her.
    Her love for Family was always present and there are simply no words that could describe her love for Husband Ken and Son Nathan.We all take comfort in knowing that Linda is not living with illness,pain and suffering anymore. For years she suffered and much of that time was in silence which reflects how humble yet fiercely strong she was mentally,emotionally,spiritually and physically.
    Thank you Ken for always loving her and treating her with the kindness and dignity that she deserved. You and Nathan are a large part of our large family and are loved by all of us. Rest in Peace my Dear Sister.

  • Josh Johnston
    Posted on: Wednesday, April 3, 2024 Reply

    Aunt Linda was the kind of person who will forever inspire me to be better. She was so selfless and could see the good in anyone and any situation. The fact that she was able to always smile, even when she was hurting, and light up an entire room with that infectious smile, will forever amaze me and make me smile. I can’t wait to see her happy and healthy again one day soon!

    Uncle Ken, you equally inspire me to become a better husband and a stronger, more selfless man. Thank you for treating our sweet aunt Linda like the precious pearl she was. We will always and forever be here for you and for Nathan! We love you guys so much!

  • Bryan, Lori, Connor, Kate and Emery McMinn
    Posted on: Wednesday, April 3, 2024 Reply

    Dearest Ken and Nathan

    To know Linda was to love Linda. And to love Linda was so incredibly easy because she exemplified the true definition. She always put others ahead of herself even when she was the one deserving of it.
    Although Linda’s absence is so heartbreaking at the moment, we smile and have a joyful heart knowing we will see our dear friend again…and very soon.
    Nathan and Ken, please know you both have a special place in our heart and lives and we want to be there for you both whenever we can…..and you can always count on Connor and Bryan to fill a seat beside you at the movie theater…popcorn in hand.
    We love you both so very much. We can’t wait to be reunited with our precious Linda very soon in vibrant health

    All our love and unending friendship
    Bryan, Lori, Connor, Kate and Emery 🥰

  • Glenn and penny Gallant
    Posted on: Wednesday, April 3, 2024 Reply

    Dear Ken and Nathan so sorry for your loss.Linda was a wonderful mother and matter what she was going threw she always worried and showed love to those around her she was so kind hearted she will be truly missed sending love to her family my Jehovah comfort you at this time lots of love Glenn and penny

  • Crystal & Luke Badal
    Posted on: Thursday, April 4, 2024 Reply

    20+ years ago when we met Ken & Linda through Anson, you guys immediately became a Aunt & Uncle to us both, Aunt Linda was the kindest, sweetest soul, to know her was to love her ❤️. I will cherish all the memories with her, she taught me many tips and tricks when it comes to baking delicious and beautiful cakes, I think of her everytime I pull out my cake pans. Mila and Gavin still wear the toques she knit for them too. Uncle Ken & Nathan, we love you lots xo

  • Maria Dupont
    Posted on: Thursday, April 4, 2024 Reply

    I am so sorry to the family for this tremendous loss. I did not know Linda personally, but whenever I’ve heard about her, it’s been to describe her kind nature and generous spirit. She touched the lives of those whom she met, and left a lasting impression. I look forward to getting to know her in the resurrection and to seeing her reunited with her loving family. Hang in there, the pain runs deep. Be patient with your emotions and allow yourself to grieve her loss. We are here for you if you need anything and when you’re not even sure what you need. Love to you all.

  • Lorraine weichel
    Posted on: Thursday, April 4, 2024 Reply

    My deepest sympathies to Linda’s husband and son and family we were room mates for a time in the 1970s also we travelled to Holland together and had adventures there! Linda was a lovely person and fun I have good memories soon see her in the resurrection!

  • Rick and Rachel Derosier
    Posted on: Thursday, April 4, 2024 Reply

    Ken, Nathan and family:

    We send our heartfelt condolences, thoughts and prayers for the loss of your dear Linda. The memory of her beautiful smile and kindness will live on in our hearts, until that blessed day when Jehovah will wake her up in his peaceful new world where sickness and death will be no more. May Jehovah strengthen and comfort you now and in the days ahead.
    All our love.
    Rick & Rachel Derosier

  • Lorne Yule
    Posted on: Thursday, April 4, 2024 Reply

    A long time ago when Doug and I shared an apartment in Hanover, much time was spent at Linda’s place where she would spoil us.
    Linda was so much like Jehovah. He is likened to a mother hen who wanted to gather its chicks under her wings to care for, protect and make them feel secure. Lin was just like that. She had a large nest and anybody who came near would be gathered in and treated as if they were her chicks, part of her brood. She offered her care, protection and calm secure arms to anyone that needed a place to be consoled.
    To the family, since Lin can’t gather you under her wings to do what she did best, may you find comfort under the wings of the One who taught her so well to imitate Him.

  • Saundra Tait
    Posted on: Thursday, April 4, 2024 Reply

    Dear Ken and family. Deepest sympathies. Linda was also so gracious and caring to all. Remember meetings at your home with good memories. Till we see her again. Love to all of you. Saundra

  • Marc Johnston
    Posted on: Friday, April 5, 2024 Reply

    Dear Ken, Nathan and Milligan family,
    There is no words to express the sadness that we feel in our hearts at this time. Linda was so precious to all of us. A kind, caring, loving person, that never stopped giving. This is what brought her happiness and is the antidote for all when sadness overwhelms us.

    Hope was the fire in her heart. Hope was the anchor that held her firm. Hope was the light that shone like the sun in her life. She knew this life was not all there is to life. She looked forward to the hope picture that was printed in a song a few years ago.

    It says: ‘ Take a moment now and think of a place
    By the mountains and rivers or wide open plains.
    It’s a place to call home.
    And now walking in through your front door,
    There is someone that you know
    Holding out her open arms in hopes
    Of a tearful embrace —
    Feels like forever since you’ve been face-to-face.
    Even death won’t stop
    Our God’s outstretched love
    In the new world to come.

    My wish is that this hope will bring you comfort, like it did Linda, during these difficult times.
    Love to you all,

  • Sarah Garcia Lopez
    Posted on: Saturday, April 6, 2024 Reply

    It’s taken me a long time to know what words can express how I feel about the loss of the most beautiful person I have ever met in my life. Not only was she my auntie Dee, she was my best friend, my other half of my heart. I have never met someone that is so selfless, kind, caring, thoughtful and generous in every way. Not only did she show this through words but her actions. She inspired me every day to be strong, the strength she got from Jehovah, Ken and Nathan and her family and friends.. Her will not only to live her best life but to give others that we’re blessed to be in her life so much love. Her creativity always blew me away, whether it was beautiful cakes she made or new crafts she was creating or her love for decorating that we shared together or crocheting things for friends, Truly she was talented and gifted in so many ways. Her love she had for you uncle ken was the most beautiful love story I have ever seen. The way she talked about you with so much respect and unconditional love will always be held in my heart. Thank you for loving her like she deserved and for being her strength. . Her love for you Nathan was a special love that mother and son share and it bonded the two of you so much. Both of you were her treasures. You were her life. I look forward to seeing Linny again very soon and kissing her cheek and hugging her and smiling and saying: “You made it!” until then I hold her in my heart and uncle ken and Nathan, you have mine aways and am here for you always.

  • Anson Milligan
    Posted on: Monday, April 8, 2024 Reply

    Aunt Linda was always Smiling. Never held back from laughing, endearing you to be happy. You’d never know what she was going through, she was too busy making funny voices and using all sorts of turns of phrase and quips like Grandpa would use when I was a kid. She’d later use the same loving kindness with my kids, spoiling them rotten and loving it, and we weren’t allowed to refuse. Both her and Uncle Ken would often gather the family for an exquisite meal and we would laugh and enjoy the warmth of their home. I can still hear the laughter and stories being told as we tried our best to keep up to her overwhelming generosity/hospitality, but we just couldn’t possibly eat another bite.

    It was always so easy to talk to Aunt Linda. She was genuinely interested in how you were doing, asking kind heartfelt questions, and honestly searched for the best ways to support and show Love. I respected her sharp and shrewd mind, you couldn’t get anything past her. A careful planner and unbelievable caretaker of so many precious family memories growing up. But of course you would never know it, she never talked about herself. Showing her heart in acts of kindness and generosity like I’ve never seen, yet never expecting anything. She created opportunities to bring people together and gave support meaningfully. Such an unbelievable talent and inspiringly creative. Most of all, she truly treasured her family and lived thankful to her heavenly Father for it. Irreplaceable. I will hold close her fine example of unselfish Love, unprompted Kindness, unwavering Faith and unquestionable Loyalty. Uncle Ken and Nathan, you are family forever. We will greet her smile again soon.

  • Lorraine weichel
    Posted on: Tuesday, April 9, 2024 Reply

    I would like to extend my sympathies to Linda’s husband and son and family I have happy memories of Linda from the 1970s we were roommates for a time Linda was caring and fun and always focused on her faith

  • Sean Ross
    Posted on: Thursday, April 11, 2024 Reply

    April the 6th was Carole and my 39th wedding anniversary . It was difficult having lost our Linny. Me and Carole’s thoughts go back to when we were like the 3 musketeers. Before me and Carole were married we went everywhere and did everything together.

    A lot of fun times. We would still laugh together when we would remember the three if us trying to watch TV in the small basement apartment on queen st in Barrie while Elenor would be upstairs practicing Flur Elise on the piano. She would over and over again hit a sour note on the intro and then we would hear the same expletive over and over while we laughed and laughed.
    Linny was Carole’s bridesmaid and I sometimes had a feeling of sadness that they weren’t together as much as they had been before I came on the picture when they moved to Barrie .

    Not more can be said about our dear sister being a generous loving kind person then has already been said.
    I look forward to seeing her again and enjoying her amazing baking. We were privileged to have her make her first attempt at a wedding cake. Which she went on to make many , and did a perfect reproduction of the wedding cake my Grandfather MacDonald made for my mom and dad’s 50th wedding anniversary.

    Thanks Ken and Nathan for taking such good care of her during her many health struggles. My thoughts are with you as is sharing the same hope . Linny wasn’t just my sister in law in name only. She was my sister the same as all my “in laws” on both sides of my family are family.
    Sean Ross

  • Breanne Ross
    Posted on: Thursday, April 11, 2024 Reply

    I feel so grateful and so privileged to have so many memories with Auntie Linda. There are countless little ways that she made everyone she came across feel special. I have endless happy memories of time I got to spend with her and I will hold on to those memories until I get to see her again. Love you always, Uncle Ken and Nathan. I’m so lucky to have you as family ❤️

  • Jennifer Schofield
    Posted on: Friday, April 12, 2024 Reply

    Dear Ken and Nathan
    I’m so sorry for your loss. Linda was a wonderful sister and friend. We were together in Allandale for many years, when you were on Garden Ave, Carol Rd, and Marshall St. We had many get togethers. Linda was such a good hostess. She hosted a farewell party for me when I moved to Mapleview, complete with watermelon cake.
    She will be missed.
    I long to see her again and look forward to a nice big hug again.
    May Jehovah be a comfort to you and all the family.

  • Luanne Turner
    Posted on: Friday, April 12, 2024 Reply

    My deepest condolences to Linda’s family.. she was the sweetest, kindest person I’ve ever known… a real gem of a human. Linda was so blessed to have such a caring, supportive family who I’m sure made her smile and kept her spirits up in difficult times. Take comfort in your precious memories and our sure hope of seeing Linda again very soon.. healthy.. and happy again. Hugs of comfort to you all. 🥹

  • Denise and Mark Sonmor
    Posted on: Saturday, April 13, 2024 Reply

    Dearest Ken and Nathan,
    We cannot really put into words how much we loved your beautiful wife and mother. Linda was by far one of the most special and dear people in our lives to date along with you and Nathan. When we lived away from family you become our family. We cherish beautiful memories, laughs and special moments. We may not have always lived close nor been lifetime friends since childhood but we loved you all like family and became friends that stood out in OUR lifetime. We ache to see you again. We long for the day when we see Linda return. She was a special human being that was absolutely endearing to anyone who was fortunate enough to know her. We send our sincerest condolences and our heartfelt love to you. She will be deeply missed but most heartily embraced when she returns to us in paradise. All our love, Mark, Denise, Caleb and Liam Sonmor

  • The Nault Family
    Posted on: Saturday, April 13, 2024 Reply

    We are so sorry to hear of your loss! Sending hugs and so much love!

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