- 60 years old
- Date of birth: Oct 27, 1950
- Place of birth:
Coblekill, New York, United States
- Date of passing: Jun 10, 2011
- Place of passing:
Johnson City, New York, United States
|Let the memory of Linda be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Linda Guiffre, 60, born on October 27, 1950 and passed away on June 10, 2011. We will remember her forever.
"Five years now, too long & so much has changed, your love remains."
"I love and Miss you Mom, on this, your Birthday and all the days between."
"As I was shopping a Mother whistled a familiar tune....miss you, always."
"Love and miss you so!"
"Miss you today and forever. The kids had a birthday, you were thought of often."
"Happy Birthday Darling. Stay Forever Young. Wait for me. I Love and miss you each day, even though you'rer still with me."
"Happy would have been 62nd Mom. Miss you more each day! The end is just the beginning...
I remember how special you always made this day for everyone else."
"Happy Anniversary Darling. I will love you forever. Until we meet again.XOXOXO"
"Thank You Lord for almst 42 years with Linda. And For my daughters, son-law and grandchildren. Also my special friends. One very special one taht opened my soul to you. I can never thank her enough."
"I am thankful for every moment we shared. So on this, your would be 61st Birthday I remember you as I do everyday Mom, as my greatest gift and my inspiration. It is the ties that bind...and the special moments that comprised your lifetime. Thank you for everything and I hope I can, as you did, as I hope, for my daughter and son."
"Standing up for those who cannot. Taking charge in the face of adversity. Loving who I love. Being honest. All of these things and countless memories are part of me now and I am a better person for having known her and lucky to be able to have called her Mom."
"A hand massage after an all-nighter to get the big school assignment in. The sacrafices she made so you didn't. New clothes shopping for school. Lunch with the girls. Understanding that when my heart was broken I could not be still. A take-out container with your name and a heart on it because you worked through dinner."
"The overexcited cheer during my first catch on the softball team. A discussion of if it's OK to go back to work now that your older. Mandatory swim lessons, lots of laughs and sleepovers that Mom made by having blueberry pancakes, bacon and fresh juice to treat your special guest. Late night pick ups for you and your entourage of friends."
"In this year I have know unthinkable loss. I lost the woman who made this all possible. She was my first embrace, my biggest cheerleader, and my best friend, she was also my Mom and she was beautiful. She is a profound inspiration in life and in the grace that she handled her death. It's the little things you remember most."
"Happy Birthday darling. Thank you for the visit saturday morning. I didn't know what to do, until I realized I am only spending time till I see you again. I will love you forever. Until we meet again Love---Joe"
"Linda you are the best thing that ever happened to me. I miss you every day. Thanks for finding my jacket. you are the love of my life. Love You Forever.---Joe"
"Linda. You went way too soon. I'll love you forever and miss you every day. You are my guidiance. Until we meet again darling. Love--Joe"
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