My condolences to the family. The loss of a loved one is never easy. May our loving God continue to bless and strengthen you as you remember that his Word the Bible at John 5:28, 29 says that there is going to be a resurrection. With this promise it is possible for you to see her again because we know that God can not lie. Usually at some point in time after the funeral when family members and friends are gone, we may find ourselves all alone to deal with our grief. But please be assured that you are not alone. The best Friend a bereaved person can have is our Creator, Jehovah God. We are encouraged at 1 Peter 5:7 to pour out our heart to him in prayer because "he care for you." Moreover, he promises that all who do so will have their thoughts and feelings soothed by "the peace of God that surpasses all understanding." (Philippians 4:6, 7) May all the many wonderful memories that Linda your loved one provided, comfort you during this most difficult time.
I feel so sad for you Vincent. Linda's photos are beautiful. I never met Linda.
You are in my heart and thoughts.
Linda was a wonderful friend as we grew up together. Although we lost touch over the years, she will be terribly missed. We had some wonderful times together which I will cherish. My regards to the family and just know that I will be praying for The Lord to lift your grief and strengthen you as you say fairwell. We will all see Linda again and I know she is happy with the Lord.
I am so sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. Sending love, prayers and hugs to all her friends and family.
I met my friend Linda when I was 10 yrs old when I moved to Plainfield and we were in the same 5th grade class. We just gravitated toward each other. She came to my house and I went to her's. She enjoyed helping out in choir and plays. She moved away from Plainfield before I did, and we wrote letters and she came to see me periodically. With the advent of the cell phone and the computer, we had new ways to stay in touch. She was always candid and open with me, and I always kept her secrets. I was honored she would confide in me. As a girl, I admired her confidence, good looks and playful spirit. There was a lot in her life that should could have blamed and complained about, yet she didn't. She had a steely strength of character that was bigger than her whole frame. Just this year she was telling me how she loved to sit and watch the snow, coffee in hand, and how she had found happiness and peace at last. I will miss my of 57 years. God bless her dear family.
My deepest sympathies to Vince Urbancic, Stacey and Dan Parcel, Matthew and Lindsey Wilson, Samantha Cline and the young grandchildren of Linda's. I've known Linda 30 yrs and will remember her for her laughter, knowledge, and love of the beach, ocean, and sand. Her heart and soul always wanted to go back to Florida and now she can go wherever she wants! I'm sure of one thing, the sun is shining wherever she is! I was honored to be one of your friends, and will miss talking to you daily. I love you. Susan Cline
I'm so very sorry for your families loss, and honestly can't quite fathom that she's gone. We had great times together for many years and I will miss her dearly. I know she was very happy these past few years and she deserved all that she was blessed with and more. Rest In Peace my dear friend. Love, Nancy
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