August 31, 1947 -- November 25, 2013
Linda R. Wenger, 66, of Middlebury, died at 10:00 pm, on Monday, November
25, at the Maples at Waterford Crossing, Goshen. She was born on August
31, 1947, in Goshen, to Theodore and LaVina (Hershberger) Wenger.
Surviving is a brother, Lowell (Andrea) Wenger of Birmingham, AL; nephew,
Joel Wenger of Canton, MI; niece, Erin Wenger of Chicago, IL. She was
preceded in death by her parents. Linda was a member of the First United
Methodist Church of Middlebury where she often volunteered her time. She
had been a hairdresser, worked at the Essenhaus, and later for Middlebury
Community Schools until she retired in 2010. One of her favorite pastimes
was tracing the Wenger and Hershberger family trees. Visitation will be from
5:00 - 8:00 pm on Friday November 29, at Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, 1003
South Main Street Middlebury. Funeral services will be at 10:00 am on
Saturday November 30, at the First United Methodist Church, Middlebury.
Services will be conducted by Pastor Ron Russell. Burial will be in Grace
Lawn Cemetery, Middlebury. In lieu of flowers memorials in memory of Linda
may be given to the American Cancer Society.
Current Online Condolences
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We send our condolences in the loss of Linda. She was a great lady. A joy to
be around. She will be greatly missed.
From: Elmer & Rosa Troyer
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Sorry to learn of Linda’s passing. I was a friend from church and garden club
- but now reside in Florida. I will remember Linda’s kindness and willingness
to help whenever needed.
From: Donna G Kauffman
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Janis and I would like to send our condolences to Lowell and his family for
the loss of his sister. I will never forget the time spent as kids visiting the
farm. Memories I will cherish forever.
From: Greg and Janis Yancer
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Our condolences to your family. Linda was kind and giving person. She will
From: Clay & Yvette Wenger
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I participated in women’s Bible study with Linda at Middlebury UMC for
several months. She came as often as she could, given her battle with
cancer, therapy, etc. She was cheerful in spite of her trials, expressing great
hope and faith. I am so glad I visited with her on November 22 at the Maples.
From: Mrs. Cyd Sunday