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Linda A. Bartel

September 07, 1947 ~ April 28, 2022

Linda A. Bartel entered into eternal rest on April 28, 2022, with her loving family by her side.
She was born on September 7, 1947 to John and Virginia Belfi, who predecease her. She is also predeceased by her loving brother, Robert.
Linda is survived by her beloved children, Maureen Colson (Don Kunkel), Cheryl Colson, Justin (Lauren) Hester, and her sister, Debra Evans. She is also survived by 4 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild, and her significant other, Arthur Haines.
Linda enjoyed her career in property management, she enjoyed mentoring countless community association managers during her 22 year tenure with Associa. Linda enjoyed spending time with her family, laying in the sun at the pool, feeding the ducks and turtles by her lake, shopping, and meeting new friends. She was a huge lover of animals. She loved raising and showing Arabian horses and Persian cats. She was well-respected in her community and loved by all. She will be dearly missed.
A service celebrating her life will held in the near future. Please contact Linda’s daughter, Maureen Colson, at for information regarding the service and flowers.
Please feel free to leave condolences/tributes on the website.


Debbie Evans

May 3, 2022, 10:53 pm

I am still trying to come to terms with your passing. I had hoped that we would have years together being real sisters again since you moved away at 19. We missed so much during all those years, Lin and i would give anything to get them back.
I am so thankful that we were together in December and you got to meet Bella.
That memory will last my lifetime.
Thank you for being with me during my surgery. It meant the world to me. I was with you until your last breath.
I know heaven is as beautiful than our wildest dreams and I know you are at peace. Give all our loved ones a hug for me, sis.
Until I see you again….all my love….Deb

Marie Seymour

May 3, 2022, 11:44 pm

My love and prayers are with all of you at this difficult time ❤ RIP

Arthur Haines

May 4, 2022, 9:28 pm

This passing was such a shock and tragedy to me and everyone. Linda was a tireless worker , consummate mother and extremely friendly person. I can only add that I deeply miss her.

Arthur Haines

May 4, 2022, 10:57 pm

Such a tragic and unexpected loss. A good, hard working, family oriented lady. So sad and deeply missed.

Don Kunkel

May 5, 2022, 10:33 pm

You were nice & warm to everyone who knew you. Such a kind spirit, taken so suddenly from us that, it still doesn’t feel real. You are loved by everyone & will be forever missed but, never forgotten. You can take comfort in knowing that I will take care of Maureen as long as I am around to do so. Say hello to my father & let Jesus know that I plan to meet him one day and also see you again. Save us all a place in Heaven & keep lighting up the sky with your smile and warm embrace. We will miss you until we are together in Heaven as one BIG family again.

Love your future son in law,


May 8, 2022, 2:59 am

Linda I will miss you we had so much fun together! Talked about got a lot so I know that’s where you’re at and who your with in heaven with the Lord!!
God bless you Linda in the angels watch after you!! keep an eye out for me I need a guardian angel! You are missed!

Joann Marie Flood

May 10, 2022, 6:19 pm

My dear cousin, Linda. I was shocked, along with everyone else, at your untimely passing.
Still trying to wrap my head and heart around this.
We have so many special memories together growing up as first cousins, and our Italian family being so close and connected.
I loved our times together throughout the years. I always looked forward to visiting and staying with you when you lived in Monsey. Especially during summer vacation from school. I loved you sharing and handing down to me all the beautiful clothes you had outgrown.
As we became teenagers, we experienced Beatlemania at its finest from seeing them in person in 1964 and again in 1965. How can I ever forget the sign you made and we held up across from the Delmonico Hotel on September 20, 1964. Who would have thought that picture of us all, holding that sign would become iconic, and we would also appear in a book in 2014.
I was also thrilled when you moved out to Phoenix with Phil and the girls in 1979. It was so great having my cousin close by again.
As life would have it, we shared a lot of the ups and downs of life together with health issues, moves and losses.
And now “this loss” has left an empty space in my heart.
Knowing that we both shared our faith in Jesus, as our Lord and Savior, and our promise of eternal Life with Him, has comforted my heart as I know we will be reunited again one day in Heaven. What a celebration that will be with all that have gone before.
Give my baby girl, Kristin, a hug from me and all the love I have for her.
I will see you all again one day my dear cousin when it’s my time to join you. I Love You!

Charlette LeBlanc

May 13, 2022, 4:42 am

You were one of the first people I met when I moved to Arizona. We became friends right away. We had so many great times. You lived your life to the fullest I was blessed to have been a part of it. We laughed, we went dancing, rode horses,we took trips we went shopping (too much probably) but WE LIVED, Dear God how we lived! It breaks my heart that you were taken so unexpectedly, I didn’t get to say good bye,but your memory will never leave me and all of us that loved you. Rest In Peace

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