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. My sincere condolences for the loss of Linda. I’ll always remember her as a fun loving and caring sorority sister.
    Judy Parker Frinier

  2. Tim Torre says:

    Linda- One of the nicest things about you was the fact that it was so easy to make you laugh. It showed a warmness that our whole office enjoyed. We will miss that experience but we will have the memories to keep us warm into the future. Thank you.

    Tim Torre, Sherry Kent, Lauri Thurston, Shirley Yang, Kristine Wentz.

  3. Tom Madden says:

    Dear Linda, My frist memory of your kindness was Easter of 1949. We were both lost little kids hunting Easter eggs at the Wilshire County Club. It was an overcast day till your bright smile appeared next to me and said “Hi Tommy”..How many eggs do you have? 50 yrs later your smile and laughter would always brighten my birthdays! Now your smile brightens Heaven..Will miss but never forget you…Tommy

  4. Dear Werdin Family…
    Glen and I were so saddened to hear of Linda’s death..she was a very kind, sweet and gentle person…one whom we wished we had known better. We will miss her and regret the lost opportunity to have become better friends. She will be in our prayers.

  5. Poem written by Chris Cooper, very close cousin of Linda’s. It is called God’s Little Angel.
    Please don’t cry, for now I’m free.
    I’m on the path God chose for me.
    I heard Him call and took His hand.
    We know it’s part of the bigger plan.
    If my absence leaves a space fill it up with love and grace. A friendship shared, a gentle kiss.
    These are things….I too will miss.
    Don’t be burdoned by your sorrow.
    Enjoy the sunshine of tomorrow.
    My life’s been full. I’ve savored much.
    Good times, Good friends, a loved one’s touch.
    Perhaps my life seemed all too brief.
    Don’t lengthen it with undue grief.
    Lift up your hearts and share with me.
    God has called. He’s set me free!

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