Linda Werdin

Linda Werdin

March 02, 1943 - September 01, 2004

Linda Werdin

March 02, 1943 - September 01, 2004


Linda Carson Werdin, 61. Born March 2, 1943 in Los Angeles, California. She was one of three children born to E. Russell and Henriette Werdin. Linda was a direct decendent of the Dominguez family who was awarded the first California land grant in 1784 by the Spanish government. Growing up in Los Angeles, she attended Immaculate Heart High School and USC. She is survived by her brother-in-law Gail Smith; her brother E. Russell Werdin, Jr.; one nephew and six nieces who lovingly call her ‘Auntie Noon’. Seven great nephews and two great nieces. Linda was a member of the Third Order of Norbertines at St. Michael’s Abbey. Donations can be made in her name to American Lung Association of Santa Ana or St. Michael’s Abbey in El Toro, CA.

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21 responses to Linda Werdin

  1. I love you Auntie Noon and I will miss you tremendously. Love you Mina

  2. Dear Linda: I am so blessed that we were friends. We loved, laughed, worked together. Pray that I do all that is good for you and your wishes. Love you, Regina

  3. Anne Pickup says:

    Dear Linda,
    I am deeply saddened that you have left us though I suspect that your work here was completed. Your gift of life was a big one and your smile through good times and difficult times will be in my heart always. Lots of love, Anne

  4. Brandy says:

    Auntie Noon,
    Since we all know that you and I both like eating dog treats, because I am a dog and you were a person who enjoyed sharing my treat with me, we will have endless treats together. I will meet you in front of the pearly gates next Wednesday. Your loving Brandy dog. picture of dog in family picture 11/03

  5. Dear Linda,
    What fun you were! So many fond and crazy memories of the time we spent together at USC. Your wit and sense of humor were unmatched. There were always smiles and laughs when you were present. Remember the nickname you gave me?
    p.s. I can hear the laughter from heaven.

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