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Linda McDermott

Linda McDermott

Sunday, July 20th, 1947 Wednesday, December 4th, 2019

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Obituary for Linda Lou McDermott (Mayhew)

We gave Linda back on December 4 in the hospice in Squamish, BC. She had been in hospital for a month with pneumonia and heart attack. During the last three years she had become progressively weak and bedridden at home. Linda was a family physician in Haileybury, a nursing home physician and director of the women’s shelter. She led girl Guides. She used her energy in the horse club and the fall fair. She was active in third world development travelling to Honduras, Guatemala, India, Sri lanka and the Phillippines. Those who knew her understand the inadequacy of this list. There was usually an extra teenager staying at the farm and occasionally a family. “Linda’s girls” were welcome in the barn to ride and learn horsemanship. Her love was shared by Tom and sons Dan,Gavin (spouse Jackie) and Henry (spouse Sabrina); as well as sister Jean Ann Cooney, brothers Rick and Ed Mayhew. She lived this life to the fullest and now exhausted was ready to move on. Her ashes will be
buried at the family home in Mount Currie BC. No funeral no flowers. Contributions to International development through World Accord (http://www.worldaccord.org/ would be welcomed. Smile at a stranger today and hug a friend-that was Linda’s way.

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Sue and Skip Marietti

Our condolences to you Tom and your family on the loss of your wife/mother. She was a very talented lady with a heart of gold. May all your happy memories help you through this sad time. Skip and Sue Marietti
Comment | Posted at 08:47pm via Condolence

Dawn Kaye

Dear Tom and family so sorry to hear of Linda's passing. She was a one of a kind lady who cared for all she had contact with. I cherish her friendship and memories. Linda is now a special angel watching over us all. Thinking of you all with love and prayers. Dawn and Rob
Comment | Posted at 04:58pm via Condolence
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Kim Mchatten

So sorry for the family’s loss. She was a wonderful doctor and a great person. She was always there for you no matter what time of day or night. She will be missed.
Kim Mchatten
Comment | Posted at 09:11am via Condolence
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Heather Scriven

Dr Tom and boys. I am so sad to hear of your loss But we know we will see her again some day. I don’t have the words to say what is in my heart God be with you now and tomorrow. Heather and Ron Scriven
Comment | Posted at 11:06pm via Condolence
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Brenda Hardie

Tom, Dan, Gavin and Henry.
I am sorry to hear about your tremendous loss. I was honoured to know Linda as a colleague and as her family doctor. Her unconditional love for her family was apparent and I hope that you continue to feel its presence. Sending you strength for the days ahead and trusting warm memories will sustain you.
Thanks for sharing Linda with all of us. She was a truly special person.

Brenda and Brad
Comment | Posted at 10:26pm via Condolence
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