Akkerman-Ingebrand • Mora, MN
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Rock-Ingebrand • Braham, MN
320-396-2121

Mora, MN • 320-679-1933

Braham, MN • 320-396-2121

WENDY L. LINDER

ROCK INGEBRAND FUNERAL HOME – BRAHAM

Wendy Linder, of Magna, Utah; formerly of Braham, Minnesota, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, January 15, 2021 at the Cambridge Medical Center.  She was 69 years old.

A celebration of Wendy’s life and luncheon will be held on June 12, 2021  from 1:00 to 4:00 pm at the Braham Moose Lodge with all family and friends. A private ceremony for family will be held at the Rice Lake Cemetery.

 

Wendy was born in Braham, Mn to Edward & Darlene (Schmakel) Mattson on August 18, 1951. She grew up in the Braham area and lived in Minnesota until moving to her daughters in Utah about 7 years ago.

Wendy was married on January 11, 1968 to Vern Linder , they later divorced and she has 3 children with her former spouse.

She worked at Blue Fox Tackle in Cambridge, Mn for over 20 years and she really enjoyed her job making fishing tackle. She finished out her working years with Allina Clinic in Cambridge, Mn where she worked in the charts department before she retired.

Wendy was the Minnesota Vikings #1 Fan, her favorite player was Adam Thielen. She enjoyed watching them play each week and re-watching old games as well. Other hobbies she enjoyed over the years was bowling on a league in Braham and also going out dancing with friends and family but her favorite hobby was household painting whether it was a wall, cabinets, dressers, etc.

Wendy was known for her fun loving and giving heart, she was so caring, she would help anyone in any way she could, she was kind and made countless friends over the years. She loved each one of them and they were not only her friends but became family too.

She was most proud of her grandkids and great grandkids and loved watching them grow up. She would brag about them any chance she would get. She was an awesome grandma to her furry grandkids too. We know she is up in heaven having her bologna and cheese lunches with Kenny and sneaking Joey treats off her plate too!

She is preceded in death by her father Edward, mother Darlene, her brother Eddie and many beloved family and friends.

She is survived by her daughters, Julie (Damone), Jill (James); son, Adam (Terri); Sister, Sandy (Bob) and Brother Gary (Linda); grandkids, Ashley, Jeff, Tyler, Brandon, Alyssa, Trisha, Travis, Tyler, Aiden, Maddie, and Emma; great grandkids, Teagan, Jake, Tony, and Riley and many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and a very special man in her life

 

22 thoughts on “WENDY L. LINDER”

  1. Oh Wendy, I am still having a hard time wrapping my head around this!
    Thinking of your family and many hugs! Thanks for all the memories.

  2. Wendy was the best sister in-law and friend anyone could ever have. I am so going to miss our outings and overnite girl time. We would laugh until we couldn’t breath and never ran out of things to talk about. I am going to miss you so much. Love you always and forever.

  3. I love you so very much mom I miss you terribly don’t know what I’m gonna do with out you wish I could hug you once more

  4. Thanks for the memories, BFF! Our deepest sympathy to the family! She loved you
    all, so much!

  5. My friend since third grade. I am heartbroken but thankful for our friendship that lasted 61 years. Wendy was authentic in every sense of the word. A beautiful woman who knew who she was. Generous with her love for family and friends. Rest peacefully with our Lord my friend. Much love….Teresa

  6. Wendy, I am having a hard time, I was so excited to meet you for lunch this year, to swap stories of our kids and grandkids. I was just thinking about how our lives were identical years ago, being first time gmas, to beautiful little girls, all the time we spent together in Braham, how much you helped me thru rough times, I knew I could talk to you about everything, you would never judge me. We were there for each other,thru our divorces. I miss and love you , thanks for all the great memories, until we meet again, Love Donna

  7. My Aunt Wendy I’m still in shock you left us too soon.I will miss you so much.You were the best aunt out there.RIP Love you so much

  8. Wendy, I cannot even express my thoughts. It makes me sad that we can no longer hear your voice or see your face except for in photos. :( Sending hugs to heaven. ❤️

  9. Wendy, Wendy…you left far too soon.
    Such good memories of when we lived in the trailer court and spent time with our 4 kids at least 5 days a week. Cannot believe that was 49 years ago.
    So glad Kenny and I got to see you in October, didn’t know it would be the very last time.
    You were one of the kindest, nicest, funniest, caring people I ever had the pleasure of knowing. The world seems a little darker and sadder without you.
    Tell Sandy and Bob Tipp hi from us, will you? As Roy Rogers would say…”til we meet again”.

  10. Marie Louise Grundberg
    My sincere sympathy to
    all of you who lost sister, mom and Grandma. I have known Wendy for 60 years. We were neighbors for a few years. Had lots fun and gatherings together with your mom and dad and Grandma and families. You will desperately missed by everyone. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family during this sad time!! RIP!!
    Marie Grundberg

    go out to your RIP.

  11. Wendy, I don’t even know where to begin. I have known you almost my whole life. My honorary aunt and Viking buddy. I am so glad we all got to reconnect these last years. You were so funny, kind and loving. I will miss you and I love you. I am so sorry, Julie, Jill, and Adam and families. R.I.P.

  12. Wendy…what a beautiful person I have and will continue to miss you. God rest your soul and be with your family. Be at peace

  13. My Sweet Dear Grandma, 35 years with you was not nearly enough time with you. Ill miss our shopping trips together, you staying over at my house and watching movies, laughing at anything, your sweet smile, and all your love. We lost a true angel and you will be forever missed. My heart hurts missing you so much. I know your watching over us. Cant wait to see you again someday. I love you so very much Grandma. Rest In Peace our sweet Angel!!

  14. So saddened by your loss. You were such a fun-loving person to be around. Above all, you were caring and and a wonderful person. We’ll see you again someday, Wendy.❤

  15. Thank you for having me at your house when u leaves in Cambridge. You were absolute the best person caring person I ever met . We well miss you.

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