ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Linda Kwiatkowski 73 years old , born on June 28, 1946 and passed away on March 9, 2020. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Joe Guetzloff on March 20, 2020
Love and miss you Aunt Linda. To all the immediate family, Theresa and I send our thoughts and prayers.
Posted by Justine Clarno on March 14, 2020
So sorry for your loss. Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.

Justine, Nick, & Kayla

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Posted by Joe Guetzloff on March 20, 2020
Love and miss you Aunt Linda. To all the immediate family, Theresa and I send our thoughts and prayers.
Posted by Justine Clarno on March 14, 2020
So sorry for your loss. Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.

Justine, Nick, & Kayla
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Obituary

Linda Kwiatkowski passed away peacefully in her sleep Monday, March 9th due to complications from Stage 4 pancreatic cancer and multiple strokes.

Linda is survived by her husband of 55 years, Jim Kwiatkowski; her four children, Kim Hakimian (Mike), Jim Kwiatkowski, Wendy Comstock (Phil), and Rich Kwiatkowski (Tanya); her 8 grandchildren, David Hakimian, Stephanie Hakimian, Staicee Kwiatkowski, Jake Kwiatkowski, Blake Hakimian, Kevin Kwiatkowski, Avery Kwiatkowski and Leela Comstock.Linda is also survived by her siblings; Bob Bonadurer, Carol Young and Susan Flanagin along with many nieces, nephews and extended family members.Linda was preceded in death by her dad, Ed Bonadurer, mom, Helen Bonadurer and little brother Jimmy.May she be happily reunited with them in peace.

Linda was know as a strong but caring person.Besides raising her four children, she ran a day-care in her home for decades.She worked hard to make sure the family regularly got together even though we lived in different states.

There will be a Celebration of Life ceremony this summer at Lake of The Ozarks where the family created so many rich memories.Details will be shared once they are finalized.

Linda loved birds and her fairy garden.In remembrance of her, we encourage people to either set out some seeds for the birds or plant some flowers, creating a living memory in her honor.

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