Linda M. Power

Apr 1, 1951 – Jun 23, 2014

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Linda M. POWER

Born April 1, 1951 in New Westminster BC. Passed away June 23, 2014 with her family by her side.

She is survived by her husband, Dan; her children Shawn Power and Nicole Ruby; her sisters, Pamela Waffle and Sharron Sauder and her brother David Morse.

In Lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to Children's Hospital, 4800 Sand Point Way Ne, Seattle, WA 98105

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Nicole Ruby
Covington , WA
Jul 13, 2014

My mother was a kind, colorful, funny and compassionate woman with a beautiful soul. I am so very saddened by her passing and by all the things she would have been here for during my journey. I am so thankful for the time that I did have with her and for all the lives that she touched with her joyous laugh, friendliness and sense of humor. She taught me to enjoy the little things in life and to laugh as much as possible. I will miss her and think about her always.

Sue Taaffe
Burien, WA
Jul 12, 2014

I will miss our chat sessions before exercise class. Linda spoke so lovingly of Dan. I will miss her cheerful "good afternoons" when we would pass each other in the pool at the stroke of noon.

charlotte zinn
kent , wa
Jul 9, 2014

I well miss linda w e had lots fun at the y.. iwell not for get her. charlotte zinn.

Stacie Balzer
Portland, OR
Jul 9, 2014

My Aunt Linda was a great lady. I will miss her laugh the most.

Kerri Anne Jordan
Round Rock, TX
Jul 9, 2014

My aunt Linda was a wonderful and generous person with a great sense of humor! I have many happy memories growing up and they will be in my heart forever; she will be missed. I love you!

Sharron Dianne Sauder
Aanacortes, #W
Jul 9, 2014

What a lovely spirit. As her big sister we got into a lot of trouble together but we also had some great times and remained friends as adults. She met Dan on a double date with me and my then boyfriend, and I can truly say it was love at first sight. My daughters loved her kindness and great sense of humor. I will always remeber her laughter and her love of butterflies, dragon flies and the color "purple." Rest in peace Linda. I will always love you.

Forever,

Sharron

Fay Hinkel
Kent, WA
Jul 8, 2014

So very sorry for the loss of Linda. I know her from Exercise class at the Y. She was so much fun and made every one laugh. I was so happy to have made her a scarf in her favorite color purple. She will be missed and we remember her at all our classes. My thoughts and prayers are sent to her family. Godís Blessing.

Bonnie L Dull
Lake Tapps, Wa
Jul 6, 2014

I was Linda's aqua arthritis instructor at the Matt Griffin YMCA. Linda was everyone's favorite classmate. She laughed so much and also we all got big hugs. No one even wants to stand in her special spot. She had such a good sense of humor and really made our class fun. I can't tell you how much we all miss her. If members didn't know her name, they knew her by her speedy chair. She was the lady with the red hair and the fast fast motor chair. "Look out here comes Linda". Dan came to almost every class and watched and supported her. He meant the world to her and she told us many times how she was truly spoiled by him. Yes, a great husband. Just know Linda, you will never be forgotten, we loved you dearly and miss you.

Rochelle and Jerry Kelley
Seatac, Wa
Jul 6, 2014

Our hearts and thoughts are with you during this time of

grieving.

Please known that you are not alone in remembering a truly wonderful person that meant so much to so many.

Rochelle and Jerry Kelley

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