I know that one must have sadness in ones life to feel the exhilaration of joy, but damn, I hate it that Linda has been taken away from us.
I first met Linda around 2002. I worked with her on a job and what I found was that she had a sense of humor that matched mine perfectly. We enjoyed hanging out, working together, and laughing. My one regret is that I didn't do more with Linda.
John, I am sending you all my love. You have been a solid rock for her and I can not express my sadness for your loss.
Linda's will not go quietly. She was a radiant human being who you could just hang out with forever. Fun, joyful, entertaining, all describe her. I know that being a grandma was for her one of the greatest joys of her life.
I feel that I am a better person because I knew Linda Kuester.
For some strange reason, I have the craving to go out and get a tattoo.