Linda Nagy

April 5, 2018 19 Condolences Print Obituary

It is with deep sadness that the family of Linda Nagy announces her passing on March 31st, 2018, in Edmonton, Alberta, at the age of 67 after a long, hard-fought battle with Alzheimer’s disease.

Linda was born and raised in Wainwright, Alberta, where she met Eugene, her husband of 44 years. Along with being a loving wife and mother, she was passionate about music, cooking, and travelling.

She was predeceased by her parents, Evelyn and Gary Cook; and her siblings, Lawrence, Eileen, Kathy, and Marilyn. She will be deeply missed by her beloved husband Eugene, her daughter Lindsey (Steve), her brother Walter (Virginia), and many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

Linda was an extraordinary woman who touched so many lives and will continue to live on in their hearts.

Celebration of Life
Saturday, May 5, 2018, at 2:00 pm
Trinity Funeral Home
10530 116 Street Edmonton, AB

Memorial Donations
Alzheimer’s Society of Alberta & Northwest Territories
14925 111 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB, or online at http://alzheimer.ca/en/ab

  1. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. Linda was truly loved by all.
    Take good care of each other.
    Faye

  2. Our condolences your family. We have beautiful memories of listening to her sing and play her guitar. She has left lasting memories.

    Laurie & Lawrence Demers

  3. With heartfelt sympathy to the family of Linda Nagey. Her love of life and gift of music made this world a better place and I’m honoured to call her my friend.

  4. Sending much love and hugs. Linda raised a beautiful courageous compassionate daughter to be very proud of.
    XO Donna Lidman

  5. So sorry to hear of Linda passing. She was a very kind and fun to be around person. All of us who knew her from Wainwright will never forget her music and her voice. Our condolences to her family.
    Tom and Donna Fleming

  6. A beautiful lady……inside and out.
    A beautiful family.
    Our love to you all.

  7. I am very sad to hear this news. Linda was my childhood friend and she brought music into my life. She was my bridesmaid almost 44 years ago. We kind of lost touch over the years but my heart breaks for you Gene and Lindsay. I am full of sweet memories today of our childhood and growing up years. We lived together in Edmonton when we first moved here.
    I know the few times we got together she was full of pride and love for her family. She was so proud of you Lindsay. Take care and my condolences to you both.

  8. GENE AND LINDSEY MY HEARTFELT SYMPATHY AND LOVE TO YOU BOTH, TREASURE THE MEMORIES, BE STRONG FOR EACH OTHER AND REMEMBER LYNDA(MOM) FOR THE WONDERFUL WOMAN SHE WAS LOVE UNCLE JOE.

  9. Our thoughts are with you at thIs difficult time. Bob & Eileen

  10. So sorry to hear of Linda’s passing..sincere condolences to Gene and Lindsey. She will be missed by many.?

  11. Condolences to the family.Linda was a high school friend and when I think of her I remember her beautiful voice and how we loved it when she would sing. May she Rest In Peace .

  12. I am so sorry to hear of Linda’s passing, she was my sister in law and imy son Trevor is her nephew , she was so full of fun, her music was heartwarming, we had a lot of fun, will never forget her laughter..

  13. Gene and Lindsey. We are so sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. She was such a beautiful lady and we will miss her beautiful voice and musical talent. I’m sure that she is making music in heaven with Lawrence and Eileen.
    Yvette and Ken Clayton

  14. Eugene and Lindsey, we are very sad to hear of the passing of your beloved Linda wife and mother. Arnie & Elaine Olexan.

  15. Thinking of you Lindsey.

  16. Deep condolences Gene and Lindsay. So heartbroken for the loss of our longtime friend.
    Many fond memories flooding back of a fun and gracious lady.
    Memories of long hours sitting around the bonfire at the lake all listening and singing along to her lyrics and beautiful voice. She would break into “Jambalaya” and we would all join in.
    She surrounded herself with music and was such a gifted talent.
    Full of life, she would call out “Sha-boopy”–laugh–then jump up and click her heels
    together. None of us knew what it meant but would always burst into fits of laughter at
    her playful antics.
    She and Gene were galvanized in their strong pride and love for Lindsay. Her memory will endure in our hearts and live on with family and friends.
    Linda sings in Heaven now.

    “Someday soon, going with her, Someday soon.”

  17. What a beautiful photo of Linda. We have so many wonderful memories of her, and will always have a special place for her in our hearts. Thinking of you all at this difficult time.

  18. Fond memories of growing up with Linda and the Cook Family.
    My condolences to you Eugene.
    Cherish the memories of life’s journey.

  19. Deepest sympathy on your great loss—Linda was always full of fun and music. I can’t remember any dance or concert growing up that she didn’t participate in either voluntarily or by the encouragement from her peers. She was so talented and she will be missed by many.

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