Linda L. Hines

Apr 15, 1943 - Jan 10, 2021


Linda L. Hines, age 77, of Quincy, died on Sunday, January 10, 2021, at 8:27 am in her home.Linda was born April 15, 1943 in Quincy, Illinois, the daughter of Harold L. and Juanita Huner Berry. She was raised in Quincy and attended the Quincy Public Schools.Linda met John P. Hines in Chic...


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Linda L. Hines

April 15, 1943 - January 10, 2021


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Mike n KATHY kovachevich January 14, 2021

LINDA has been part of our lives for a long time . Spending time with her mother and sister-law Pat . Linda’s smile and kind words was a great life up for both Mike and I . She will leave a deep whole in a lots of hearts here on earth . You have earned your wings . Mike n KATHY kovachevich

Velvet Darnell January 14, 2021

I was so blessed to meet Linda , we became very good friends. She always seemed like a bright light anytime she entered the room! What a wise wonderful, loving and true person this world has lost. I still find myself waiting for her to show up , to help me with troubling things , she always had the answer. I will miss her deeply and hold her close to my heart. My deepest condolences to her family , I am sure she is with you everyday ! Our loss is heaven's gain. Velvet Darnell

Marcia Edwards Netzley January 13, 2021

Linda was a high school classmate. Always had the biggest smile and great personality. My condolences to her family.

Amy Koch January 12, 2021

Travel she loved, but never a stranger did she meet. Her warmth, compassion and genuine authenticity was a blessing to have been able to experience. She made you feel like you mattered everytime you would see her...pick right up where you left off. Words are not enough, but the hole that having the ability to have known her has left, will be my everyday inspiration. The world seems less wonderful without her, and as the note I had written ready to be put in the mail on Monday read, "thank you for being beautiful, wonderful YOU," and "I am so very grateful our paths have crossed!"
Peace and deepest sympathy to her loving John, family & friends! Fly with those wings you will wear perfectly, just as you swished by with that smile. You are missed!
Amy Koch

BJ Berhorst January 11, 2021

“Upward and Onward” she would say with that big smile. I cannot fully describe the impact this now Heavenly Angel had on my life over the past 16 months. She was a Co-worker, Mentor and Friend. I talked or texted with her near daily. She taught me so much. She always knew the right words and was there to lift me up and inspire me, even when I was not down. She challenged me in ways, I had never been challenged and made me think in ways, I had never thought. I know I am a better person for my time with her.
I am sorry for your loss. Prayers to all those impacted by her loss. She touched the lives of so many family and friends.
-BJ Berhorst

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