She was a special lady and will be greatly missed. My sincere sympathy and love to you and all her family
— Cathy Veltre
Rest in peace my dear cousin.
— Jennifer Finch Roberts
Linda was my patient and talented mentor during our time together at West Lake Junior High and Granite School District Teaching and Learning department. Her passion for student learning will be nearly impossible to replace.
— Janice Johnson
I was so sad to learn of Linda’s passing. She was a force for good and an amazing leader–“she turned her can’ts into cans, and her dreams into plans.” I am better for knowing her. Peace, love, comfort and well wishes to her family as you celebrate her life.
— Melissa Miller Kincart
Linda was an exceptional human being on so many levels. I feel honored to have worked, learned and grown under her leadership at GSD.
— Patrick Colclough
It is not often you meet someone as warm, engaging, and unassuming as Linda. From the very fist time I had the blessing of meeting her at my son Jackson Frank’s and Max Calton’s (grandchild) Olympus basketball games, to the very last time I had the joy of sitting next to her at the games, Linda always made you feel validated, loved, and understood. It didn’t matter if she didn’t know you, or knew you for her entire life, her unconditional love was extremely apparent and touched me and undoubtedly an innumerable amount of others. Love to Linda, her family, and loved ones.
— John Frank
I was so sorry to hear about Linda’s passing. I worked with Linda at Granite District and thought so highly of her. In fact, she was a mentor for me as well as a role model. Although I don’t live in Utah anymore, I had the opportunity to have lunch with my friends at Granite when I would visit once a year. Linda would join us if she wasn’t involved in a meeting. She was such a gracious woman and a tireless advocate for students. I consider it an honor to have known her and to have called her a friend. She will be missed.