Linda Nesbit

Date of Death: October 19, 2013
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Linda Kay Nesbit, age 57, passed away on Saturday, October 19, 2013 at Agrace HospiceCare in Fitchburg. She was born on November 17, 1955 in Madison and was the daughter of Ralph and Thecla (Starker) Kunn. She married Alan Nesbit on April 26, 1975 at Sacred Hearts Catholic Church. She worked for the State ofContinue Reading

James Mack left a message on October 19, 2014:
The year has passed since we lost Linda. Thanks to others in the office we are reminded of not only Linda's smiling face, but the contributions she made to the work we do at DHS. Her work with HealthSpace specifically will always be a reminder of her dedication to this project. We still miss you Linda, but we realized you have moved on to a sanctuary in which you can forever rest and not be bothered with the trials and tribulations of this life. Rest peaceful my dear, you deserve it.
Charles Schuttig left a message on October 23, 2013:
May Linda's loving family and friends find comfort from God's Word at John 5:28,29.
Michael Kinder left a message on October 21, 2013:
I have professionally known Linda for about 4 years now. In that time she has shown that she was an amazing person. She was smart, funny and very good at what she did. She was an amazing person and will be truly missed by many. I hope that her journey has taken her to a better place now.
James Mack left a message on October 21, 2013:
When my family and I first moved to Wisconsin from Oregon, after the intial settling in process, it was Linda that reached out to me and made me feel most welcome. Over the years, Linda become a confidant, a friend, a mother figure and most importantly someone trustworthy. My admiration for her grew during my wife's ordeal in which she offered her culinary talents to help with any meals my boys and I wantd or needed because of my wife's illness. This act of kindness and sincerity I have never forgotten and will always keep close to my heart. The measure and character of a person is personfied through their actions, not their words. Linda spoke eloquently and forcefully through her deeds. This is my most vivid and lasting reminder of my friend and co-worker Linda Kay Nesbit. Linda we love you, we shall miss you, but we shall never forget you.
Kathy Braumann left a message on October 21, 2013:
To Linda's Family: I have worked with Linda for 16 years now. She will be greatly miss by all of us. She is finally pain free and in a better place. We will miss her greatly. My God bless her and her entire family. May God keep her safe and sound. Kathy & Edward Braumann
Anne Meacham left a message on October 21, 2013:
i KNOW I Didn't know who Linda Nesbit was but all i do. Know that since i am a PROUD Self Advocate Board Member! I have had a great Connection through her Daughter Jen K and i have heard .ALOT, ALOT, ALOT of great Memories about her Mom and how wonderful! She was she to her and her Family so.Since i don't know much AT ALL i just want to say to! Jen K and Family ALL OF YOU are in my PRAYERS AND IN MY HEART ALWAYS AND FOREVER. Love YOUR FRIEND FOREVER, Anne Meacham
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