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Linda Joan Davis

Linda Joan Davis

Monday, September 1st, 1947 - Thursday, February 4th, 2021
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DAVIS, Linda, age 73, of Hawthorne, formerly of Hillsdale, went to be with the Lord on February 4, 2021. Faithful sister of Barbara Phillips and her husband Jim Phillips, Susan Wright and her husband Ray Wright, and the late Alan Davis. Best friend of Arlene Sambets. Cherished mother of Audra Bechard and her husband Warren Cody, Joseph Bechard, and Albert Bechard and his wife Doreen Bechard. Much loved Mimi of Staci Dabney and her husband Jeremy Dabney, Arianna, Audrey and Savannah Cody, and Brooke and Brendon Bechard. Cherished aunt to Michelle Terry, Laura Wright, Stacy Wright, and Sandra Kemp. The family will have a private service at a later date. Mom was a giver and full of love. If anyone would like to honor Linda, please donate to the Cancer Society or do an act of kindness for someone. Mom would have liked that. The Davis family is in the care of the Aloia Funeral Home, 180 Harrison Ave., Garfield (973-340-7077). Condolences visit aloiafuneral.com
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Angela Kerber

Posted at 03:47pm
To all of the family, just wanted to say how sorry I am about Moms passing! I have a lot of fond memories of your Mom when she lived next door to me, and how her door was always opened if you wanted to come in and chat and have a cup of coffee and of course doing ceramics and taking lessons was always a blast! Rest In Peace Linda! You will be missed (Sis Kerber)

arln77688@ Gmail.com

Posted at 03:28pm
Linda was my sister friend for 50years. A very special person indeed. She gave whatever she had to others and never looked back. She laughed, loved and tried to care for everyone through good and bad times. She had a special knack with babies who would “settle “ down as soon as she held them. She loved her babies and In her arms they recognized that safety and love that was her. She worked for many years as an electroencephalograph technician (EEG) for pediatricians and unknown to many, Linda would at times help out financially struggling families by refusing her fee. That’s just a tiny portion of Linda’s world and who she was and is. There is so very much more in her lifetime that will remain in the hearts and minds of so many other people who shared a timeline with her..........Linda was complex, her life was complex , she was tough, she was soft she’s was 50 yrs. my friend . Her heart gave out on earth, but she’s alive in Christ , being loved and loving for time unending . I remember.

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