Linda Obituaries

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  • Thursday Mar 19 | via Edhat 

    Barbara Grossman White

    She is survived by her husband Richard White, daughter Carol Liss, son Robert Liss and his wife Barbara Liss, grandson Jeffrey Liss, granddaughter Jennifer Liss and her partner Scott Steinberg, great-grandchildren Samuel and Abel Steinberg, daughter-in-law Linda Liss, niece Ronnie Priolo, nephew Jay Katz and his wife Laura Katz, grand-niece Leah Murray, grand-nephews Frank Priolo and Matthew Priolo, and step-children Brian White, Gail Goldsmith, and Laurie White. She was preceded in death by her mother Fannie Meisner, sister Anita Katz and husband Len Grossman.


  • Thursday Mar 19 | via 

    BWW Reviews: Milwaukee Rep's World Premiere Reveals ...

    Number 1, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, and a currently in office 42--these numbers represent five presidents and two portraits placed in a holding pen, a room, before Richard Nixon's funeral on April 18,1994 in Yorba Linda, California. The men often identify each other by numbers instead of their names in Milwaukee Rep's World Premiere of Five Presidents.


  • Tuesday Mar 17 | via Contra Costa Times 

    Community organizer Sofia Mendoza saw inequality up ...

    Sofia Mendoza saw inequality up close and personal over decades as a community organizer, and she always made sure the powers that be knew that she saw it. In one of her earlier crusades in the 1960s, she took on the police department for practices that still resonate today from racial trouble spots around the country.


  • Wednesday Mar 11 | via The Salinas Californian 

    Linda Kennedy

    She was 57 years old. Linda was born Oct. 22, 1957 in Pontiac, IL, to Lyle and Dorothy Stalter, and grew up in Flanagan, IL.


  • Sunday Mar 8 | via RecordNET 

    Betty L. Payne

    Betty L. Payne passed away peacefully on Saturday, February 28, 2015, at age 87. She was born in Stockton, California to Earl and Edith Alger Hamlow. Pacific Bell & Telephone after 27 years.


  • Thursday Mar 5 | via Santa Cruz Sentinel 

    Drowning victima s family: a Who knew it would be de...

    Carmel >> Linda June's ankles were not even wet on Saturday afternoon when a wave sucked her into the ocean and took her life away at Monastery Beach, family members said on Wednesday. Two of June's children contacted The Herald on Wednesday in the hope their mother's death would help officials prevent this from happening to anyone else - specifically tourists, they said.