Barbara Canton posted on June 15, 2019
Linda you will be missed. I will miss hearing your laugh, seeing your smile, listening to your practical good sense and your advise on easing gardening. You have always presented a calm presence and an easy honest laugh. I enjoyed the times we have spent together and the whimsy in our conversations. I will miss the joy and your knowing look every year as you wore your crafted special annual Christmas necklace. I am so sorry you have left us but I know you will bring joy to your loved ones, that went before you when you are united in heaven. I do not know what words of solace will ease the pain of your passing for Chuck, and your family but I pray they find peace in knowing you are not suffering and have gone to a better place. God sent you as a blessing and now he has taken you home. Til we meet again Linda, with love Barbara.

Ginger F Newton posted on June 15, 2019
I met Linda over 40 years ago when she moved across the street from me. She became one of the best friends I have ever had. There are friends and there are friends. True friends are hard to come by. My Mama always said if you could count your true friends on one hand, you could consider yourself fortunate. Now I know what she meant. Linda was a true friend. I will miss you every day, but your work here is done. Rest high on that mountain until we meet again. As we said to each other the last time I visited, I said. I love you Linda Norman, You said. I love you Ginger Newton. Ginger

Charles Recktenwald posted on June 15, 2019
There are people who go through life projecting an ego that is always promoting self-interest. In stark contrast, there are people who, like Linda, find pleasure in assisting others to experience success in their personal and vocational growth and development. Her positive influence on the lives of many contributed to a better community. To the members of the family, I am sadden by Linda's passing.

Ginger Harris posted on June 12, 2019
Linda was a wonderful mother and friend. I was blessed to have her in our family. She loved to grow flowers and was there when you needed her. My heart goes out to Renee, Marie, Ricky and Chuck and the rest of her family. I told her once she was a saint and she said no. But she really was one here on earth. Linda, I love you and will miss you. Rest in peace loving lady. We are blessed that you were here in our lifes.

Glenda Wolff posted on June 11, 2019
A fellow classmate at Durham High. I remember Linda fondly as very kind and sweet and gentle soul. Condolences to Linda's family and to all those who were honored to know her.

Christina Harris posted on June 11, 2019
Linda I can't believe your gone. Just lasted Tuesday I was with you talking care of you, you was eating some strawberries and you remember I how much I love strawberries. We miss you so much wish you was still here with us, but you are at peace now no more pain and suffering. Your finely reunited with your Mom, Ricky, Ronnie, Victor, Lee everyone please tell them we all said hello and we love miss them as well. R.I.P for now you are our garden angel looking over us. I'll never forget the time you cook fried cucumbers and told me the taste just like okra Hahaha no it didn't but fried cucumbers are pretty good. We will never forget you. You'll always be in our thoughts and hearts. I love you Linda

Rebecca Harris posted on June 9, 2019
A loving mother and friend, always had a bright smile and I enjoyed her laughter. Our family will miss you deeply. Rest in peace.