Linda McDougall

May 30, 2018 21 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

It is with the heaviest of hearts that we announce the passing of Linda Marie Ethel McDougall on May 29, 2018.

Linda was born September 22, 1960, to her father Jim Warrack, who predeceased her, and her mother, Marie Warrack, her brothers, Glen and Brent, and her sister, Debbie, who survive her.

Linda leaves behind the love of her life, her husband, Layne McDougall, her cherished daughter, Joy Gobeil, her treasured son, Jake Gobeil, her precious granddaughter, Stephanie Sitko, and her beloved children through marriage, Matthew Rollison (Tracy Hoff, Mattea & Kayla) Ashley Baylis (Steve, Noah & Hannah) and Brandon McDougall (Sarah McNeil). She also leaves behind numerous loving nieces, nephew and friends.

The family wishes to thank those who loved Linda, assisted her, cared for her, laughed with her and cried with her so that she lived a fulfilling and happy life; she was blessed beyond measure for knowing each of you and wished she didn’t have to leave you so soon.

The family also wishes to thank all of those who cared for Linda at the Cross Cancer Institute during her illness.

Mass of Christian Burial
11:00AM Friday June 1, 2018
Saint Vital Parish
4905-50 Street Beaumont, AB

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you make a donation in Linda’s name to the Terry Fox Foundation

  1. My heart goes out to all of Linda’s family. She was a good friend of mine in high school and although our lives went our separate ways afterwards, I always thought of her with warm feelings. A very fun, kind and special lady who I know will be missed.

  2. Our prayers and thoughts are with you at this time of grief and loss. Linda was a beautiful woman, daughter, mother and grandmother. We were blessed to have known her. She will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved her.

  3. My condolences Joy. I never new your mom but if she was anything like you she must have been an angel.

  4. Joy, I’m so sorry for your loss. Your Mom looks like such an amazing person. Prayers to you and your Family.

  5. My condolences to all the family. Linda, you left us so young.

  6. I am heartbroken, our friendship goes very deep and I always considered her my sister. She was the most kindest, loving, beautiful woman that I have ever known. Many many loving and wonderful memories were made with Linda. She was taken away far too soon. Sleep in peace my beautiful friend.

  7. Linda was truly a best friend and the “the glue” in our our gang of 5 young Moms juggling kids and careers back in the late 80’s and early 90’s. We have all stayed friends over the 30 plus years since we all met. No one knew me better or supported me through some of the most challenging times in my life then Linda. She taught me how to knit, how to love, to forgive and was there for all the big moments in my life, holding my hand sometimes, celebrating at others. Her wedding to Lane was a happy happy day. How we will go forward without her is going to take a long time to figure out. No one could ask for a sweeter better friend then Linda. My deepest condolences to Lane, Joy and Jake and all the family.

  8. Over the past 17 years I’ve seen you only a couple of times! Always meant to stop in when driving by, but would say next time! Breaks my heart that I never did now! Think many of us are guilty of this! We just never know! So many lost over the years and it’s so sad! She was an amazing woman! Smiling all the time and her laugh was so contagious! My mom loved her laugh! Wish I could turn back time and make time for those I love who are gone, but I can’t! Sorry uncle layne to you and your family! Wish there was something I could say or do to take the pain away!! Love you!

  9. I am Heartbroken, My friendship with Linda goes very deep and I considered her my sister. We shared many many loving and fond memories over the 40 + years we had known each other. There was not a day that would go by without any laughs or supporting each other through life’s daily challenges. You will be so missed my friend, sleep in peace now.

  10. May God comfort your family at this time of loss and give you peace knowing she is in his arms.

  11. Thoughts and prayers for the families on the loss of such a wonderful lady. Linda will always be missed – but forever remembered.

  12. Dear loved ones of Linda. I am so sorry for your loss of such a wonderful human being. She is an angel to watch over you all. My thoughts and prayers will be with you all. Donations have gone to terry fox foundation as opposed to flowers. Love Cindy and John Deere Financial North American Sales

  13. Layne, I never knew Linda but know what immense happiness she brought to your life. I am so sorry for your loss. In our thoughts, Mrs H and girls

  14. Please accept my condolences on the passing of Linda. It was an honour and privilege to have worked with such a great lady. She was lovely, intelligent and a genuinely sincere person. I will truly never forget her. While nothing I can say will make her family feel better at this time, she was near and dear to my heart as well. My deepest sympathy and prayers go out to Linda and the entire family.

  15. Our Deepest Condolences to you Layne and your families. May the wonderful memories of Linda that you shared together bring you comfort during this sad time. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

  16. Layne , we just heard. We are devastated for you all. it seems like only yesterday we were at Saskatchewan Crossing celebrating your day. May all the joys and memories you’ve made together offer you some solace at this time.

    If you need anything at all , please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

  17. Please accept my deepest condolences on Linda’s passing. I knew Linda firstly as a competitor in the leasing industry followed by a number of years working together. We shared many laughs together and fun times on business trips. Linda was a lovely, kind person and she will be missed personally and professionally. Linda is in my prayers as are you Layne and your families.

  18. Our deepest condolences for you Layne and your families. May Linda Rest In Peace . May the passage of time heal your grief and all the families.
    My self know Linda since the first time I moved to Canada. She is my mother in law’s very best friend. She is the most nicest person I ever meet. She always invited my family for her family gathering (Christmas, thanks giving). She is the best cooker. She very lovely lady, very beautiful person inside outside.
    I’m very lucky know her and her family. My heart is broken. Will miss her and her laugh so much.
    Linda, we will always remember you.
    Chika,Mike, and the boys

  19. My deepest condolences to Linda’s family. Linda was a sweet, caring and down to earth person. It was a pleasure to work with her and call her my friend. She has left us far too soon. Thoughts are with You at this difficult time.

  20. It was a pleasure to work with Linda over the years when she was at JDF and and I was proud to call her my friend. My condolences to her family during this difficult time.

  21. Linda was a second Mom to me growing up…always cheered me up to walk over to her place for a visit. I will remember her as a rare person who was so kind to those she cared about, and always quick to laugh ….she is so dearly missed by all of her girls.

    May she be at peace,


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