I will never forget the fun times we had on Glenn Avenue growing up. Boy, did we have some good laughs! And reconnecting years later on Facebook…I’m just sorry I didn’t get to see you these last few years. I know you’ve had it tough for so long but now you will have no more pain and heartache. May God Bless you and keep you always. I hope you know I love you! ❤️🙏❤️🙏❤️
Shirley, Tim and family,
I am so sorry to hear about Linda. Keeping all of youu in my prayers.
Crista (Wilhite) Wallace
I met Linda at St. Mary’s Medical Center when we worked in convenient care. She was the most organized and detail oriented secretary we ever had. I fell in love with her and we became great friends. We stayed in touch but I haven’t heard from her in probably six months and wish I had reached out to her! My condolences to her entire family and I hope you stay in touch with me Lindsay. You are a wonderful daughter and she loved you and her grandchildren very much.
Linda Kay Schneider, 63, went to be with her heavenly Father on March 1, 2023. She was born on September 15, 1959 in Paxton, IL.
Linda grew up in Evansville, IN where she enjoyed; swimming in the lake, riding dirt bikes in the woods, and socializing with her neighborhood friends. She had very fond memories of “the olden days” playing outdoors until the street lights came on. She enjoyed riding her bike around town or proudly cruising in her baby blue Mustang.
Linda attended North High School and was a proud member of the Concert Choir. Once she graduated high school she went on to work at Kramer’s Lake and Snap Photo. After having her only child, Lindsy, she began working at St. Mary’s Hospital while attending the University of Evansville where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree.
Linda loved traveling with her family to Disney World, camping at Lincoln State Park, and going to a beach as often as possible. Her favorite place she dreamed of visiting again was Destin, FL where she loved to find seashells and soak up the sun.
Linda loved watching all types of movies, listening to music, playing bingo, and spending time with her family and friends. She will be missed greatly by all of the friends and family who knew and loved her.
Linda is survived by her daughter, Lindsy Rardon (John); grandchildren Lilly, Lance, Landon, and Layla Rardon; mother Shirley Schneider; brother Tim Schneider (Meg), Nephew Matt Schneider (Sarah); Niece Kaitlin Schneider; Sister-in-law Joan Schneider; Great-Niece and Great-Nephew Eleanor and Lincoln Schneider; Aunt Betty Rasmus; cousins Beth Kerwin (Robert) and Robert Rasmus (Lori); and her fur baby Mal-Mal the cat; as well as many extended family and friends.
Linda was preceded in death by her father John E. Schneider; Grandmother Lillian Rasmus; and Uncle Robert Rasmus.
Visitation will be held Monday, March 6, 2023, at 10 am until the time of service at 12 pm at Sunset Funeral Home with burial to directly follow at Sunset Memorial Park.
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