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Linda J Tysenn

March 16, 1948 ~ April 22, 2024

Linda Jean Tysenn (1948-2024)

Linda Jean (Booher) Tysenn of Palm Bay, Florida, died on April 22, 2024, at home with family and friends. Born in Rock Hill Furnace, Pennsylvania on March 16, 1948, she was the youngest child of Raymond and Mildred (Solo) Booher, and was preceded in death by her parents, six sisters and one brother.

She is survived by her husband, Joseph (Joe) Edward Tysenn, who she married on July 19, 1969, in State College, Pennsylvania, her two children Tracy T. MacDonald and Troy A. Tysenn, and by her five grandchildren: Bianca Boulanger, Cassandra Boulanger, Charlotte MacDonald, Connor Tysenn and Kenzie MacDonald.

Linda graduated from State College High School in State College, Pennsylvania in 1966. During her life, Linda was employed by Babcock Building Supply in Melbourne, Florida and Banyan Air Services in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She also was very involved and took on various responsibilities in the activities, organizations and events while raising her two children; she was a Cub Scout Den Mother, sports coach, and Girl Scout leader.

After retiring, she most enjoyed traveling, particularly visiting family and friends wherever they were. She also took numerous cruises to South American, Caribbean, and Domestic ports and enjoyed her longer vacations in Europe, especially in Greece and Poland.

When at home she enjoyed her views of the Indian River Lagoon and watching the birds and dolphins come close. She was excited to see the rocket launches at the Kennedy Space Center from her balcony and hear the rumbles.

There is no viewing or visitation planned. Arrangements are under the direction of Millenium Cremation, Palm Bay, Florida.

In lieu of flowers or gifts, please contribute to the Parkinsons Research organization of your choice.


Patti Gressett

April 24, 2024, 8:38 pm

Joe sending hugs and prayers to you, Tracy, Troy and all the family. Over the years I have witnessed the love you and Linda have modeled effortlessly through the many adventures you have shared. Heaven has opened the gates for a beautiful Angel. May you rest in Peace Ms. Linda. Lots of Love ❤️.


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