Obituary of Linda Williams | TheUnion.com


Linda Williams handed away the night of February 11, 2019, at her dwelling in Grass Valley, together with her husband and her two daughters by her facet. She was born in 1945 in Houston, Texas the place her father was serving within the Military Air Corps. Shortly after her beginning, her household moved again to their dwelling state of Colorado, in the end settling in Lakewood the place she attended college. She graduated from Lakewood Excessive Faculty in 1963.

She then enrolled at Colorado State College the place she met her future husband Curtis (Curt). They had been married in August 1964 in Lakewood.

Linda labored to assist assist her husband as he accomplished his training. Their oldest daughter, Cindy, was born in Fort Collins shortly earlier than they moved to Los Angeles the place Curt was assigned as an officer within the Air Drive. Their second daughter, Trudy, was born in Los Angeles. Whereas they thought they might return to Colorado after completion of their Air Drive project, they’ve resided in California the complete remainder of their lives, dwelling in each Northern and Southern California. Linda labored for various years within the Actual Property Business serving as Government Director for 2 Board of Realtors, one in Ukiah, CA and the opposite in Menlo Park, CA.

She liked being a mom and a grandmother and took nice pleasure within the progress and improvement of her daughters and granddaughters. She

was instrumental within the institution of many household traditions particularly associated to the Christmas vacation. She

additionally was very understanding in dwelling by quite a few home reworking tasks over time and eventually had the chance to assist design a home from scratch right here in Grass Valley. She liked crops and gardening.

She has nurtured an enormous Christmas Cactus for over 40 years. She additionally loved portray, sculpture and different artistic endeavors. She was additionally a terrific cook dinner. Over the 54 years they had been married, she baked extra pans of chocolate chip cookies for her

husband than most would assume attainable.

She is survived by her husband, Curt, two daughters, Cindy and Trudy, their husbands Drew and Vince, three granddaughters, Jamie, Kelsey and Sydney, her sister Karen and her husband Kent, one aunt, a number of cousins and different prolonged household. She was proceeded in dying by her mother and father.

A memorial service might be held on March 30th at 1:30 pm at Peace Lutheran Church, 828 W. Essential St. Grass Valley, CA. A reception will comply with the service. In lieu of flowers, the household requests donations to both The Interfaith Meals Ministry of Nevada County or Hospice of the Foothills. Preparations are below the care of Chapel of the Angels Mortuary.