- 71 years old
- Date of birth: Jun 2, 1942
- Place of birth:
California, United States
- Date of passing: May 14, 2014
- Place of passing:
Tucson, Arizona, United States
|“My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style” ― Maya Angelou|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Linda Tomlinson, 71, born on June 2, 1942 and passed away on May 14, 2014. We will remember her forever.
We will miss our beloved mother, grandmother and friend. Linda was an amazing person who touched so many lives. She was beautiful, elegant, strong, passionate, generous, and fiercely independent. She loved beauty and art, travel, and gardening. She had impeccable taste, yet never hesitated to get her hands dirty in the garden or taking on do-it-yourself remodelling projects.
Linda loved her family and friends more than anything. They carry her spirit and memory forever. Linda, we miss you and love you always.
Linda did not want to have a funeral service. Please contribute your thoughts, prayers, stories and photos to share on this memorial site.
Donations may be made in honor of Linda to the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens in Vail, Colorado, where she spent countless volunteer hours surrounded by beauty.
"Leaving a big bouquet of fresh white daisies for you today Linda. They were always your favorite. We miss you so much! Love, Jordy and Brett"
"It's been two years. Diane and I talk about you often and miss you so much. So many memories I wished we could share. Love you lots Ina"
"Linda, it is hard to believe that it has been a year already. We sure do miss you. I am sure that you are having a great time!!!! I will always love you and miss you."
"We do miss Linda, it is hard to believe a year has passed. love Brad and Melinda"
"Linda was always the life of the party. We became friends during her tenure as lead litigation paralegal at Holland Hart. I have so many memories of those old days in Vail. Trips to Mexico were filled with many good times. She is missed! love, Melinda"
Guthries and Ropers first met at Fort Gulick, CZ, Panama in about 1966. We were together again at Fort Benning in '68-'69, and yet again at West Point in the early 70's. What a thrill to reunite with you in Mazatlan in about 2008.
You were always the energetic, hip, cool, good-looker with a huge heart. You'll be sorely missed, dear.
Dick & Cynthia G"
(added by Dick Guthrie)"
"Linda, I met you when we were 17 or 18 years old! So young! I will always remember the good times working, eating and playing at the Roper Ranch in Sutherlin. We had a special connection, in that we were both married to those crazy Roper brothers! It was a fun time, indeed. We were very lucky to have such a wonderful family...we still are very lucky!! It has been great talking to you through the years. You have always been a lovely, charming person and a good friend to me. See you later....."
"I remember you when you were 16 and 17 in sunny Santa Monica. You were beautiful, exotic, fun, outrageous, and full of life and love. Your light continued to expand and I remember you again in Mission Viejo now a wonderful loving mother and with your spirit shining with laughter, and joy and love of life. You brought great FUN and wonderful memories into my life and I hope we meet again on the other side to laugh together again. Dix"
"Rest in Peace my Friend If you are not too busy decorating think of us really missing you Love Ina"
"No mother could have loved her sons more than Linda. She was a good mother who always had their well being as a primary concern.
"Today is Linda's 72nd birthday. Happy Birthday Linda and may you know that we love you and honor you today and always."
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