I am so sad. I first met Linda when I was consulting at Co-operators, and later at IBM. We vacationed together, my family with her and Kevin. I will miss her!
I was so saddened to hear of Linda's passing. She was a good friend and work mate while at IBM.
I will miss the SIS lunch get togethers, she was a dedicated attendee, even after she retired from IBM.
I will miss the golf games I had with both Kevin and her (indoors or outdoors). With Linda, it wasn't so much about the golf, but the conversations that were had during those times. I will miss that the most.
Sandy and I will miss the dinner and a raptor game evenings, thanks for sharing! Sandy and Linda had a common passion in Crime / Detective shows for some reason.
Kevin, I hope you are managing OK. Our condolences to you and your family. We will miss Linda. We plan to plant a tree in our yard in her honour.
Dave Dibblee and Sandra Stewart.
Linda and I had great conversations over dinner, and I thought that she had missed her calling as a litigation lawyer. She loved playing the devils advocate, had a fierce intellect, and did not suffer fools easily. I really appreciated her for this.
Linda's gardening skills were legendary, and her and Kevin's Oakville garden was a sight to behold. I cannot imagine the work and dedication that this entailed from them both.
Although IBM as a corporation was soul destroying, it introduced Linda and I to each other, which I will always be grateful for, and the memories that we had working together, especially in Montreal.
I will never forget sharing meals with Linda and Kevin in Oakville on holiday weekends. It was a feast to behold. And then there was the night celebrating my 50th birthday...
It was a shock to hear of Linda's passing. My heart goes out to Kevin. May she rest in peace.
Heidi and Ross
I was so surprised to her about Linda. I was fortunate enough to have worked with her at IBM and to have played lots of golf with her and Kevin. At work when she had a problem she was relentless in trying to solve it. On the golf course she had a more laisse faire approach. She probably never knew what her score as but it didn't matter, she still had fun.
I loved hearing her tell the story of Kevin getting their golf cart stuck. I heard her tell it several times and it kept getting better each time.
The bottom line is that she will be missed.
We were very shocked and saddened to learn of Linda’s passing. We shared fun times and created cherished memories from our university days. Kevin and Linda’s wedding was a wonderful time and we speak of it often. Our hearts go out to Kevin.
Rod and Shelley Foster