In Memory

Linda Moller

born May 7, 1951, passed September 9th, 1985.  One of her proudest moments was cheering for us!

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06/16/09 10:57 AM #1    

Phyllis Craig (Wheelan)

Linda was my first friend in Jacksonville. I don't know what I would have done without her friendship. In the 5th and 6th grades she would play the piano for me and I'd sing and look at her music. We saw 'Dr. No' together. We'd walk to the A&W and have root beer floats, then walk back home. She was a cheerleader at Landon and we were so proud. She was a beautiful girl in every way and an even more beautiful woman. She could overcome any obstacle and still she found joy in every aspect of living. She was one of the most generous people I have ever known and I think of her so often. I know she is with us.

09/27/09 12:20 AM #2    

Carroll Hicks (Miniard)

Linda was such a sweet girl. Janet Lanehart, Linda and I used to go to Access Five together. Linda drove us down there in a volkswagon stickshift. The hills were steep & we were praying she could work the clutch & get us back up the hill. Somehow she always managed to do it!

My fondest memory of Linda is when we were in the Miss Model Contest in 11th grade. We went to Montgomery Ward together to pick out our outfits for the contest. It was really a lot of fun. Linda was a good friend to me, and I never heard her say an unkind word about anyone. Truly a classy lady.

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