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Linda S.
Graber

Graber, Linda S.
(Nee Kalbes) Called home to the Lord on Monday August 6, 2018 at the age of 70 years. Beloved wife of the late John. Dear mother of Duane (Courtney), Doug (Jami), David (Leighann), and Deanna (Niles) Collins. Loving grandmother of Emily, Brayden, Ryan, Allison, Tyler, Katie, Johnathan, Elaina, Hadley, Dante and Marcus. Great-grandmother of Aubree and Jayden. Daughter of Arlene and the late Edwin Kalbes. Further survived by aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and friends.

Visitation on Sunday August 12, 2018 at the FUNERAL HOME from Noon to time of service at 2PM. Interment Highland Memorial Park.

Linda served as a teacher for many years, but her true love was caring for her family, traveling, and spoiling her many grandkids and her dog, Becka. If so desired memorials to Love for Love City Foundation or to the charity of your choice appreciated.

HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
16880 W. National Ave. 262-901-1140
www.heritagefuneral.com

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Laurie DeMoss

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Harriet/L.C. Nunley

We are L.C. and Harriet Nunley of Altadena, California. We Attended the wedding of your Daughter Deanna to our Nephew, Niles Collins in MD. It was a well delivered and Wonderful-Wedding-Celebration. We can still recall Ms. Linda Graber’s kind messages of Welcome and Jubilation.
It is our plan to honor the Life of Ms. Linda Graber with a Token of Love to be mailed to:
Deanna/Niles Collins and Family of Sykesville, MD.

Carla Simmons

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Bonnie Guenther

Praying that God will continue to give your family healing, comfort, guidance and peace. Hang on to all the happy memories and feel all the caring love surrounding each of you! XOX

Carla Friedrich

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Margaret Fischer

Linda was so much fun to be around at work, I am saddened by her passing. Doug and Duane sending a big hug and prayers for you and your siblings!!! Margaret Fischer

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