In Memory

Linda Kittelberger (Tucker)

Linda Kittelberger (Tucker)

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03/13/17 08:30 PM #1    

Jerry McCoy

Can't remember not knowing Linda!  Third grade Scott Fowler and I would follow Linda with snowballs as we went home for lunch. One day her mother met us at the school gate and read us the riot act. Reformed our ways!

On to Roehm, Arthur Murray Dance classes, BHS and Midpark. Though not close, Linda and I were always part of each others school experiences.

03/14/17 10:01 AM #2    

Jerry Hofstrom

So sorry to hear about Linda's passing.  May she rest in peace!

03/14/17 10:06 AM #3    

Cheryl Starn (Schreiber)

Jerry , you said it so well, although many of us were not best friends and did not hang out together , we were a part of each others memories for a long time. 

 Cheryl Schreiber

03/14/17 02:58 PM #4    

Laura Skeggs (Tradowsky)

I have been thinking a lot about Linda lately and the fun we had in our Girl Scout Troup when he mother was our leader.  I have so many fond memories of Linda.  So sad that we grow apart as our lives take different pathways.  The news of her passing saddens me greatly, Laura Skeggs Tradowsky

03/14/17 07:36 PM #5    

Sara Jo Jay (Wells)


Like so many others that grew up in our Middleburg Heights neighborhood, Linda was part of my elementary, middle school & high school experience.  My consolences to her family & friends.    Sara Jo (Jay) Wells



03/14/17 08:02 PM #6    

Renee Bajcsi (Albright)

Smart, friendly,earnest, enthusiastic, and sincere.  I don't believe I ever saw Linda without a smile.

03/14/17 11:41 PM #7    

Karen Sargent (Eibner)

I met Linda when I joined Girl Scouts. Her mother was a real inspiration.  That's probably why I became a scout leader, after high school. ( St. Bartholomew church needed a leader and my two sisters wanted to become scouts) .  Linda was very friendly and included me in many activities.  I am very sorry for her family and all of us who new her.

03/15/17 12:14 PM #8    

Daryl . Hatch (Podobinski)

While reading Laura's comments about Linda, my mind zoomed back to junior high when Laura, Linda, Barbara Thiersch, Bonnie Lash & another girl who's name escapes, me but I can see her face, had lunch together at the Kon Tiki in the Terminal Tower building basement, I think. We were doing something for scouting & we went with my mom. I was so impressed with Laura & Linda because they both could choose something off their weird menu to eat!!! I could only order a hamburger! I have since learned to enjoy different foods, thank goodness, but it didn't surprise me to see that Laura became a dietitian!! I worked in hospitals for over 40 years, & am still working in the medical field, but back in the laboratory again, but at the corporate level. I loved scouting too, have wonderful memories!!! It made me who I am today. Sharing in your sadness for remembering "an always laughing" gal !! Daryl Hatch Podobinski

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