Linda Louise Gustafson

May 23, 1950 - May 26, 2022
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Linda Louise Gustafson May 23, 1950 – May 26, 2022 Linda L. Gustafson, 72, passed away peacefully on May 26, 2022 in Danville, CA. She is survived by her sister, Carol , brother-in-law Wilson; brother, Carl, sister-in-law Flavia; and favorite nieces/nephews Heather, Kent, Lucas, Olivia, Mateus, and grandnieces/nephew, Evelyn, Micah, and Madelyn. Linda was bornContinue Reading

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Richard left a message on April 28, 2023:
Sweet person ; brilliant linguist ; RIP
Frances Fong Yip left a message on November 30, 2022:
I’m sorry to read about Lindas passing. We were elementary school friends at 32nd street school in Los Angeles near USC. We used to write up plays and performed at the auditorium. I met with her about 40 plus years ago.
Deborah (Debbie) Dillon-Adams left a message on August 9, 2022:
To Carol & Wilson, Carl & Flavia I send my since condolences. Linda loved you all, your children & grandchildren so much. She shared many stories of your family events with me & her joy at being a part of it. I have been Linda's roommate at UC Davis and friend lo these 55+ years. Linda has been a confidant & inspiration all these years. When we would share challenges & brainstorm a plan to move on she would say "Look how far you have come, what you have accomplished overcoming x,y&z. Pat yourself on the back !!" I will rember Linda. May she rest in peace. Peace we with you all !!
Noreen Weeden left a message on August 4, 2022:
Linda was a joy to be around. We had many fun times together enjoying seeing and listening to birds.
Kim Kitano left a message on July 21, 2022:
I enjoyed Linda’s ready laugh, sometimes quirky shared observations about life, her passion for our environment and qigong, and her reference to others in her big community Rolodex located in her mind. I will miss her spontaneous visits when she would stop, get out of her car, and chat gregariously for sometimes close to 1 hr. while I was gardening. I can recall only two times when she honked yelling outside her passenger window while waving, “Can’t stop now, gotta run!” May you rest peacefully and with ease, my dear friend Linda.
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Dorothy Herzberg left a message on July 16, 2022:
Linda often came to the book table at he Unitarian Univesalist Church of Berkeley on Sunday mornings. We would talk and talk and talk!! We talked about books, politics, religion.....I a was not feeling well. I have just this week reopened the book table on Sunday. I will miss her@! Dorothy Herzberg
Kim Stiewig left a message on July 16, 2022:
I met Linda nearly 45 years ago. No matter where life took us, when we met back up, we just started up where we left off. Many memories of meals, conversation, political marches and speeches, evenings at the Freight. Most recently during Covid, afternoons sitting on our porch visiting for many hours conversing about the state of the union, other political subjects, education issues, local issues, family, travel... and sharing a snack together. Linda has always been kind, caring, supportive, thoughtful, attentive as a friend. Linda, thank you for being a part of my life. You are missed. Rest In Peace.
Cynthia Eaton left a message on July 16, 2022:
I don’t know if Linda knew how beloved she was. I will miss her as a colleague. I will miss the twinkle in her eyes, her loving gentle heart, impish sense of humor and nervous chuckle. She specialized in always being there for others, being quietly supportive and helpful, and she was always dedicated to bringing out the best in others. as a community, a team, or individually. We have all been so blessed to have had Linda in our lives.
Cynthia Correia left a message on July 15, 2022:
Linda and I became friends about 15 years ago. She had hired me to design and remodel a bathroom and kitchen. She thought hiring a woman’s was the only way to get things done right. I had to agree and after the jobs she would call for a meet up at the Junket in El Cerrito plaza. I will miss her laugh and her telling Me just how, in great detail to do her projects. I was lucky to visit her just 2 days before she pasted and we laughed because I had called her bossy pants even though she was wearing a gown. I’m so glad we are friends and will always be.
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