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Linda M. Croson

July 24, 1939 - August 23, 2018


17 Responses

  1. Myrna Buckner says:

    Dear Ken and daughter,

    I’m so sorry not to check on website yet until today I opened it and I wish we were there to her funeral but too late! I’m so sorry for your loss and our deepest sympathy to you and family I miss her so much and may she rest in peace and go to heaven with the Lord!


  2. David & Francisca Trexler says:

    Dear Ken,
    Our deepest condolences to you upon the passing of Linda. Please accept our heartfelt sympathies on the loss of your dear loving one.
    May God be with you continually and keep your eyes on Jesus Christ,
    our Lord and Saviour.
    We had a good memories with Linda in the past years.
    Our prayer goes with you,
    David and Francisca

  3. Alice C Bell says:

    I am very sorry to hear about her death and I will miss her for not talking on VP. She was my good friend for many years. We had fun at camping with my mom and Papa at up mountain in Arizona. We rode horses and she taught me
    how to handle horses. She was experince and know how to talk to the horses. Wonderful. and we had fun and will always miss her. Last time I called her last month and she was not feeling well. so now she is peace in heaven.
    May God bless her beloved husband and family.
    love Dory (Alice Bell)

  4. Richard and Linda Fouts says:

    Ken and family, I’m very sorry for your loss. I worked with her at FRCC, we always laughed, she was telling silly stories. She was wonderful teacher, students loves her.
    I love her and miss her so much. Miss her smiles

    Richard and Linda Fouts

  5. Linnea Riebschlager says:

    I will miss Linda so much. Ken, I am sorry for your loss. Both of you have touched my life in so many ways. I will pray for you for peace during this hard time. If you need anything please let me know. I am here for you.

  6. David & Toni Sheneman says:

    Dear Ken,

    We are very sorry to hear about the loss of your wife.

    We will always remember her for her kindness and sweetness. We had fun when we got together to play games during the holidays. We will truly miss her.

    David & Toni

  7. Ann Topliff says:

    I will miss Linda. We celebrated our birthdays for almost 30 years. She was a wonderful ASL teacher at Front Range
    Community College. She knew how to connect with her students.

  8. Kimberle Burke says:


    For Linda’s Family,

    She will be remembered and missed for her smile, her love of teaching and her incredible wicked sense of humor.

  9. John Stevens says:

    Rest in Peace Mom. Ken, my thoughts and prayers are with you, Roy, and Nova.

  10. Lori Dunkleberger says:

    I’m sorry for your lost.. She was a beautiful woman.. Love Lori

  11. Sue Adams says:

    Even though I had lost touch with Lynda over the years, I have thought of her often and have always considered her a friend. She was my very first ASL teacher and the first death person I ever met. She was a fabulous teacher and gave me such a solid foundation upon which to build . I know she was a believer, and so while we will all miss her, I’m sure there is a huge party happening with her arrival home.

  12. Anne Wallis says:

    Thank you for letting me know of her passing. Will miss not talking with her!

  13. Anne Wallis says:

    Geez! She passed away that soon! I have known her since elementary school. We had good talk on vp recently. Will miss her a lot!
    Rachelle gives her sympathy.
    She was fun to talk with! Of course I will miss not seeing or taking with her!

    Thank you for letting me know!

  14. Ilise Meyers says:

    Terribly sorry that Linda has passed. She touched so many lives…I know she will be missed by many. Heart goes out to all. Love and light

  15. Amanda Bauleah says:

    Many prayers to the family. Linda has a special place in my heart as i began my career in interpreting and learning ASL. Wonderfully sweet woman that will missed by so many.

  16. Jean Kelly says:

    Ken and family,
    What a shock that Linda has left us. I’m happy for her that she’s joyous in heaven with Jesus with no more pain and suffering. I’m sad for her family and friends left behind. I hope to be there at the service. I have a grand baby due any day so I might be in Seattle on Tuesday.
    What a beautiful picture of Linda and her horse.

  17. Richard Seeger says:

    A lifetime of shared love does not prepare you for the time when it’s no longer in reach. A very loving and religious person, Linda filled a need in many lives and provided comfort to friends and family. She will be sorely missed and remembered lovingly by many.