Let the memory of Ned be with us forever
  • 75 years old
  • Born on July 14, 1938 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States.
  • Passed away on September 19, 2013 in New York, New York, United States.

This memorial website was created in the memory of my beloved husband, Ned Lindemann, 75, born on July 14, 1938 and passed away on September 19, 2013. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Jan Lindemann on 14th July 2018
Happy Birthday Nedly. It's Saturday. What a glorious time we would have had at Gallagher's celebrating your 80th. You will be with me all day and I will raise my glass to you in the evening. I love you with every fiber of my being, and know that one day we will be together again.❤️
Posted by Jan Lindemann on 17th February 2018
Happy Anniversary Nedly. Twenty two years ago today, we stood at the altar of Christ the King, surround d by loved ones, and pledged our love to one another. That love only grew stronger over the years, and my love for you has continued to grow, even though you are no longer physically with me. I miss you so very much Sweetheart, but I feel your presence with me every day. I know you are watching out for me, just as you have done since the night we met. Today Katie will be with me. She will be a physical reminder of our wondrous day and the beautiful life we shared. I love you, Nedly, and will love you until the day we are once again together.❤️❤️❤️❤️
Posted by Barbara Fedor on 19th September 2017
My thoughts and prayers are with you and Ned ... I'll always treasure the wonderful times we had.
Posted by Jan Lindemann on 19th September 2017
Four years ago today you were still with me in this world. You are still with me and will be always, but I miss holding you, talking to you, laughing with you. There is a hole in my heart that will never heal. You are my other half. I love you, Nedly, and I know one day we will be reunited in God's home.
Posted by Barbara Fedor on 14th July 2017
My thoughts and prayers are with you Jan as I remember the wonderful birthday celebrations in the past. I will be "toasting" us tonight!!!
Posted by Jan Lindemann on 14th July 2017
Happy Birthday Nedly. I'm looking at your picture as I write this. I see the love in your eyes that I saw every time I looked at you. Today I will celebrate as we always did. I'm remembering your birthday the year we met. You were so surprised that I bought you a gift. You said no one ever fussed over you on your birthday. From that year forward I made sure you were king of the day on July 14. No one deserved it more. I love you and miss you my darling. I will love you for all eternity which we will spend together.❤️❤️❤️
Posted by Jan Lindemann on 17th February 2017
Happy Anniversary my darling Nedly.. Twenty-one years ago today we stood in front of the altar and said our wedding vows, promising to love, honor, and cherish until death us do part. Well, that vow was wrong. I love, honor, and cherish you more today than I did when we spoke those words. Death may have taken your physical body from me, but your spirit is with me always. I miss holding your hand, reaching for you in bed, sitting across from you at meals. But you are a part of me, the best part, and I will just have to live only with your spirit until God reunites us in Heaven. I love you for all eternity.
Posted by Barbara Fedor on 19th September 2016
Jan ..Will always remember the wonderful times we had sharing Ned's and my mutual birthday ...and what a wonderful friends we all were. My thoughts and prayers are with you today and always. Love Barbara
Posted by Jan Lindemann on 19th September 2016
Three years ago this morning we were looking forward to Pr. Heisley's visit in the afternoon. We had found out the day before that you had been approved to have an aide on Sundays for eight hours rather than four, so we were going to be able to go to church on Sunday. We were anxious to share that good news with Paator. I realize now, that you were ready to have God take you home. You were in pain, and you were determined to keep that from me. And I worked just as hard to avoid acceptance of that. I wasn't ready to let you go. I couldn't face life without you. Now, three years later, I still can't. I miss you desperately. I hide it from others as much as I can, but the pain is with me always. I live for our reunion. The move to 71st St. has made my life physically easier, but my life is as devoid of happiness as it was when God took you home. You are my other half my darling. I know God, in Her infinite mercy, will reunite us when it is my time to come home. I love you today and always.
Posted by Jan Lindemann on 14th July 2016
Happy Birthday Nedly. I will celebrate with Katie today. I am going out to Southold this afternoon and will look out at the water and think of you. Oh how I wish you were with us. I love you with all my heart, and miss you every day. I know you are no longer in pain, and I am grateful for that. Wait for me my beloved. We will be together for eternity.
Posted by Jan Lindemann on 17th February 2016
Happy Anniversary my darling Nedly. I miss you every day. I know you are watching over me, and one day we will be together again. Until then, I will continue to talk to you, think of you, and love you with all my heart.
Posted by Jan Lindemann on 16th February 2016
Twenty years ago tonight we were at Yvette's for our rehearsal dinner, thanks to Charlie. Katie came over and quietly asked if she and Tom could order steak--it was the most expensive item on the menu. I assured her it was OK. You asked me what Katie asked. When I told you, we laughed, because my carnivore daughter had returned to her roots. What a magnificent evening it was, knowing that in fewer than 24 hours we would be husband and wife. I love you more tonight than I did on that glorious night. You are my other half!
Posted by Jan Lindemann on 19th September 2015
My Darling Nedly Two years ago today we woke up excited. The day before we were approved for a home health aide for 3 full days rather than half days. That meant we were going to be able to go to church on Sunday. And Pr. Heisley was visiting that afternoon. A very good day indeed. We were having salmon for dinner, one of your favorites, but you said you were tired. You hadn't had your afternoon nap. I said that was no problem; we'd have the salmon the next night. I tucked you in. You said you wanted just a short rest, then we'd have some soup and watch TV. I went into the kitchen to put dinner things away. Then, when I went in to check on you, I found God had ended your pain. He had taken you home and Heaven welcomed a new angel. You are with me every day. While I can no longer reach out and touch you, or hear your loving voice or see the love in your eyes, I know you are with me. Your love gives me the strength to go on. And I am secure in the knowledge that we will be together again when God decides to bring me home. I love you, Nedly, and give thanks every day for the love you gave me every day of our lives together.
Posted by Barbara Fedor on 14th July 2015
Am remembering you and all of the wonderful mutual birthday celebrations we had. Will be toasting “us” and your beloved Jan tonight. XX & OO Barbara
Posted by Jan Lindemann on 14th July 2015
Happy Birthday my Beloved. Today I celebrate your birth 77 years ago. I give thanks to your parents, Loretta and Walt, for raising you to be the most special person that you were. You were my best friend, my husband, the love of my life. I miss you and love you every day. You are with me today and will be with me each day until God reunites us for eternity. I love you with every fiber of my being.
Posted by Jan Lindemann on 17th February 2015
Happy Anniversary my darling Nedly. Nineteen years ago today you made me your wife, and made me the happiest woman on earth. Thank you. I loved you that day, I love you today, and I will love you every day of my life.
Posted by Jan Lindemann on 16th February 2015
Nineteen years ago tonight we were at our rehearsal dinner at Yvette's. Charlie Walther, your best man, graciously hosted the dinner. Katie lost her vegetarianism that night and had a big steak. We were surrounded by friends, all of whom would be there the next day when God blessed our union and we became husband and wife. I love you my darling Ned.
Posted by Jan Lindemann on 19th September 2014
It has been one year since God ended your pain and took you home. As hard as I try, I can't seem to make a life without you. You are my other half. I love you even more today than when we married. But as much as I miss you now, I know you are in God's arms and will be there to hold me when God calls me home. I live you Nedly.
Posted by Barbara Fedor on 14th July 2014
Here's to us on our mutual birthday. I will cheer you as we always have done. You're still the best! XX & OO Barbara and XX & OO to your beloved Jan....
Posted by Jan Lindemann on 14th July 2014
76 years ago today Loretta and Walt welcomed a beautiful baby boy into their world. I thank them for raising that baby into the magnificent man I married. I will celebrate today with love and thanksgiving for the love we shared. I love you Nedley!
Posted by Tim Cage on 14th July 2014
Dear Jan, thinking of you -- and dear Ned -- on Ned's 76th birthday. With love, Tim
Posted by Yvonne Jehenson Dunn on 14th July 2014
What a lovely picture of Ned this is, Jan. Mischievous, twinkling eyes, and ever-ready smile. But what does not show in the image, but we both know so well, is the deep love you had for each other and how happy you made him. That he KNEW--and nothing is more important than that. On this, his birthday, I send you a warm and loving hug, Yvonne
Posted by Jan Lindemann on 9th February 2014
Hello my darling. Eighteen years ago we were so very excited; in just one week would be pledging our love in front of family and friends. I will spend this coming week holding those memories in my heart, where you are with me always. I love you with all my heart and time will never dim that love.
Posted by Bill Lindemann on 1st February 2014
Jan. Although we have never met, please accept our condolences on Ned's passing. I am a cousin from his fathers side. His father Walter and my father Arthur were brothers. We lost touch around 1960 when my family moved to Texas. I have inherited several pictures of when we were kids which caused me to do a google search to see if I could find Ned. Again, sorry for your loss.
Posted by Susan Bolen Trumble on 1st October 2013
Dearest Jan - You know how I treasured the good times we three spent together - some of the best times of my life! My heart goes out to you at this difficult time - much love - Suzi
Posted by Tim Cage on 27th September 2013
Ned: always a good sport and full of good humor; such a good man! Jan, your tremendous loss is shared by so many. You remain in our thoughts and prayers, and Ned's name is written in our hearts. With sympathy and love, Tim and Eric
Posted by John Anderson on 23rd September 2013
Dear Jan, I was so sorry to hear about Ned. He was a lovely man and he will be missed. Sincerely, John Anderson
Posted by Kathy Yates on 22nd September 2013
Dear Jan, I will always remember Ned for his gentleness and kindness; the consummate gentleman. I know how much you loved him and how hard the loss of this loving relationship will be for you. He will be missed. Much love, Kathy
Posted by Frank Suttell on 21st September 2013
Ned was the best. He always brightened up my Sundays. With deepest sympathy. Frank
Posted by Steve Aurand on 21st September 2013
Ned was a special man. He always had a warm smile and a kind word, no matter what challenges he was facing. Jan, the love and devotion that you and Ned shared were a great inspiration. I am so sorry for your loss. With love and sympathy, Steve Aurand
Posted by Barbara Fedor on 21st September 2013
Jan .. I was so sorry to hear about Ned. We will all miss him. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Love Barbara
Posted by Heather Mann on 21st September 2013
Ned was a warm and kind man with an easy smile and laugh. He was always so sweet to my children. He will most certainly be missed. Jan, I'm so, so sorry for your loss. Sending you love and hugs, Heather Mann

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