Linda Klingler

Born on September 23, 1950 in Toledo, Ohio
Departed December 17, 2022 in Melbourne, Florida

Linda passed away peacefully on December 17, 2022 surrounded by her family.

She was born in Toledo, Ohio on September 23, 1950 and moved to various states and resided in Palm Bay, Florida until her death. Linda loved her family, nieces and nephews and her Eastwind church family. Linda loved spending time with family and playing games, especially Dominoes. She enjoyed being active in her churches she attended from selling doughnuts in Pompano Beach, Florida to sending out birthday and anniversary cards in Palm Bay, Florida.

She is preceded in death by her mother and father, Lillian and Maurice Klingler. She is survived by her sisters, Maureen Lynch, Lisa Merry, Marcia Ruiz, and Melissa Edwards (Eddie), and her brothers, Michael Klingler(Denise), and Lee Klingler (Barbara). She is survived by 11 nieces and nephews and several great nieces and nephews.

Linda worked for the Federal Government for over 40 years in New Jersey, Florida, and Pittsburgh, where she retired from the DEA. Linda then moved to Palm Bay to be near family. She was a long time faithful member of Eastwind Pentecostal Church.

A celebration of life will be held on January 11, 2023 at 5 pm at Eastwind Pentecostal Church, 1021 Emerson Drive NE, Palm Bay, FL 32907. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made in her honor to Tupelo Children’s Mansion in Tupelo, MS.

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Anthony Ruiz from Milford New Hampshire wrote on January 8, 2023:
Aunt Linda I will forever miss you and love you with all my heart! After growing up with you living with us for so long you have always been the closest aunt that I've ever had you were like a second mother and I'd hate to see you leave but I know now you are in a much better place I can't explain how much I miss you I wish I could go back in time and even just play one more game a Scrabble I love you with all my heart and I know you are in a much better place having fun with Grandma you've always had a beautiful soul and a wonderful heart and we're the most caring person I've ever met in my life you're always fun and spontaneous! It breaks my heart deeply to see you go and can't wait to see you again in Heaven someday I'll make sure to bring a bowl of popcorn and a couple games! You will be forever missed and most importantly truly loved. I miss you and love you with all my heart may you rest in peace!
Marcia Ruiz from Palm Bay wrote on January 8, 2023:
Linda I am very blessed beyond measure to have you for my sister. You always had a smile and loved Jonathan, Anthony, and Amanda. Stephen and Elijah will miss playing with you. You would get right down on the floor with them. These past few years you were my shopping partner, my lunch and dinner partner, and just enjoyed having you at my home each day. And can't forget playing dominoes, which you loved to play. You were truly a beautiful soul. I miss you each and every is not the same. Fly high with the angels!! I loved you then, now, and forever!!
Cheryl Petty from Palm bay wrote on December 27, 2022:
So sorry for your loss. But Linda had a big smile everytime you seen her. That's what I remember.
Kathy Walker from Manheim wrote on December 26, 2022:
We are so sorry for your loss. Linda will rest in peace with your Mom & Dad.
Chris and Maria Friscia from Statesville wrote on December 26, 2022:
Our Condolences to the entire Klingler family. Linda was such a kind soul and person, glad we got to know her while we lived in Florida. RIP in the Lord our dear sister in the lord. The Friscia family ❤️❤️❤️❤️
Jane Tutton from Vero Beach wrote on December 26, 2022:
Linda was truly a sweet soul. She will be missed.

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