Condolence & Memory Journal

Dear Lou and family, I am so sorry to hear about Linda's passing. I first met Linda during freshman year at Monmouth College. We lived on the same floor in the dorm. We became friends and ended up living together for the next three years. She was a gentle sole, always ready to laugh and listen.She spread so much good cheer. I enjoyed the time and talks we had over those years. I know she was a loving mother and wife. You were her pillar and her joy. It was my pleasure to know Linda and she will be remembered with love. My thoughts are with you all. Christine Montefusco Bridgewater, NJ

Posted by Chris Montefusco - Bridgewater, NJ   December 16, 2010

I was deeply saddened to receive news of Linda's death. We went through a time in early adolescence when we were great friends. We both had sisters named Carol who were also friends. My heart goes out especially to Carol, since I lost my own sister Carol a few years ago and know what a profound loss that has been in my life. Blessings to Phil and other dear ones.

Posted by Jane Costello Davis - Scottdale, AZ   November 28, 2010

Dear Louis & family, From the time I met Linda she has always been a caring lover of Jesus. She loved her Savior and His people. Linda will be missed. May the LORD bless you and keep you; the LORD make His face shine upon you and be gracious unto you; The LORD lift up His countenance upon you and give you His peace.Numbers 6:24-26. In HIM, Easter

Posted by Easter G. Frazier - Plainfield, NJ   November 27, 2010

Lou, I am so sorry to here about your loss,please know that you and your family are in my prayers.I remember Linda well from LHS she was always a sweet girl,and very kind.Please know that she rests in a much better place. Larry Fichter

Posted by Larry Fichter - Milton, GA   November 26, 2010

Thinking of your family during this difficult time.

Posted by Jennifer Kime - Ann Arbor, MI   November 26, 2010

I am so sorry to hear about Linda's passing. I went to Livingston High School with Linda, graduating in the same class (LHS '65). My memory of her is that she was always friendly to everyone and had a warm, beautiful smile. My sincere condolensces to the Hammel and Anastasio families for their loss.

Posted by James Smith - Ft. Myers, FL   November 26, 2010