In Memory

Linda Waltonen (Manger) - Class Of 1966

Deceased Classmate: 1966 Linda Waltonen Manger
Date Of Birth: Nov-1948
Date Deceased: Dec-31-2016
Age at Death: 68
Cause of Death:
Classmate City: Coral Springs
Classmate State: FL
Classmate Country: USA
Was a Veteran: No
Survived By: 2 sons, Derek and Kevin, 1 daughter, Kristin. She is also survived by 3 sisters and a brother.

Linda lost her husband Angus Manger 33 yrs ago. They had three children. She was a beautiful person whom everyone loved. She will be missed. It is my hope and belief that she is now reunited with Angus the love of her life and is free from pain and troubles.

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01/09/17 11:15 AM #1    

Charlene Crocker (Knowles) (1966)

So sorry to hear about Linda. 

She will always be inf our thoughts

and prayers.


01/09/17 12:06 PM #2    

Lucinda Hensler (White) (1966)

So sorry to hear of the loss of another classmate. Linda was a wonderful,beautiful person and will be missed. My prayers are with her family at this time.

01/09/17 06:27 PM #3    

Pamela O'Shields (1966)

Linda and I reconnected in 2013, at a girls get together in Stuart Florida. I was so glad to reflect and talk about our lives. We had a short friendship in high school,  but one I will never forget. I have to say what I most remembered, her heart shaped face and strawberry blonde hair. I became a cosmetologist and know for a fact her hair color could never be matched. In our reconnect,after almost fifty years sensed the compassion and humility she expressed. As a teen I got my license to drive earlier than most of my friends. I was a year older than most. Here is my story

I was going to a dance, the rule was, only one passenger at a time. Well, I went to the dance with one. But left with a car full, that needed a ride home. Of course Linda was one of my passengers. An accident acured. I got distracted and ran a stop sign. To make a long story short. Everyone left the accident. I called my dad. Went through my punishment. Went to court and pleaded guilty. got fined $35.00 or 7 days in jail got restricted. Got exactly what I deserved, never thought about the others, except to thank God no one got hurt.

Linda, approached me at the 2013  get to gether,and asked me if I remembered the accident, she wanted to apologize for leaving, like I said I never thought at the time about that part of the accident,  I was just panicked at the thought of what my parents were going to do.

  I was floored, as she had harbored that guilt until we met. I told her I was in the wrong and disobeyed the rules. I tear up ever time I think she felt so bad. We all do things in life, none of us go with out things we regret. I so admired her for her compassion. I want to tell her family, how blessed they were to have her as a mom, grandmother, sister and friend.She was,and is remembered as a good friend to me. I was blessed to be able to have that reconnection.

01/09/17 11:14 PM #4    

Rita Mascaro (1966)

She was a geat lady and we enjoyed being with her at our yearly girl gatherings. I remember Linda and I going to PBJC together. I would pick her up and we had many laughs on the way to Jr.College. She will be missed.My prayers to her family.

01/10/17 11:02 AM #5    

Raymond (Ray) Eberling (1966)

A lovely tribute, Pam.

01/10/17 12:55 PM #6    

Florence (Flossie) Vizzard (Bush) (1966)

Linda was in my homeroom all 4 years of high school. That's where our friendship started in 9th grade.  She was a lovely person inside and out. She raised 3 wonderful children and dearly loved her family.  We will miss her at our annual girl's get together this year.  She always had a smile on her face and only good things to say.  We had some really good times over the years.


01/10/17 10:22 PM #7    

Barbara Silvis (Schwenger) (1966)

My condolences to Linda's family. I was saddened to read if their loss.

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