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Linda Marie Simon, 45, of Columbia, passed away Thursday April 5, 2007 at Harry S. Truman Veterans Hospital. A memorial service will be held 5:00 p.m. Saturday, April 14, 2007 at Fifth Street Christian Church with the Rev. James Kimbro officiating. Linda was born on December 28, 1961 in Elmhurst, Illinois to John P. ?Jack? and Marguerite L. ?Kiki? (Little) Simon. Along with her loving son Jason Cunningham of Hays, Kansas, Linda is survived by her father Jack Simon and Wife Marianne, two sisters, Joan Cavanah and Jennifer Pirtle, two brothers, John and Larry Simon, step-brother Tom Pluschke, step-sister Linda Pluschke, and many other relatives and friends. Linda was a proud veteran of the U.S. Navy and memorials may be made to the Disabled American Veterans, P.O. Box 14301, Cincinnati, OH 45250-0301.
Teresa Sloca says
My condolences to the family. Linda was a dear friend. Finally she is at peace. Teresa Sloca
Laura J. Cochran says
My deepest sympathy to the entire Simon family for their loss. Thank you, Linda, for the many, many hours we shared when we honestly opened up our hearts and poured out our hopes, fears, dreams and innermost sacred moments. May you now be at peace. I will always cherish our special friendship and will miss you. But I know for sure, you have found a greater, and far better place.
In loving memory,
Laura J. Cochran
Michael Simon says
Hello I am Dan Simon’s son. I just wanted to send my condolences. I would have been down in Missouri for the service, but unfortanently my tour in Iraq has been extended. Therefore I am sending my condolences from 7000 miles away.
Penny Messer says
My thoughts and prayers are with the Simon family. I remember Linda as a very sweet and loving daughter of Jack and Kiki and a wonderful sister to her brothers and sisters.
With warm regards,
Jim and Kefe Durham says
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Simon family and especially to Jason.
With Warm Regards,
Jim and Kefe Durham
Jason Cunningham says
Everyone, thank you so much for the condolences! I can’t believe I haven’t looked at this before today. Linda wasn’t always a part of my life, but when she was, she cared more for me most of all, then everyone else, and then herself. She was truly a great person, and hope some of you think about her every once and awhile> Thanks again, it meant so much hearing these kind words!