Obit: Ford, Linda M. #2 (1955 - 2015)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Ford, Ball, Zarins, German, Weiler, Stankevitz, Pipes, Fifer, Poznanski, Eckert, Tullie
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 4/22/2015
Ford, Linda M. (24 April 1955 - 10 April 2015)
Linda M. Ford, 59, of Aurora, IL, passed away April 10, 2015, in the arms of her loving husband after a short illness. She was born April 24, 1955, in Landstuhl, German. She graduated from Glendale North High School in 1972, received her AA from College of DuPage in 1985, her BA from National Lewis University in 1995 and her MS from Roosevelt University in 2003. She married her life mate, Kenneth J. Ford, Sept. 13, 1986, and lived a full and happy life.
She is survived by her husband; her stepmother, Marian Ball, of Neillsville; her brother, Raymond (Jen) Ball and loving niece, Alexa, of Neillsville; siblings, Rose (Elmer) Zarins of Abbotsford, John German of Cable, Carol (Brian) Weiler of Winneconne, Judy (Mike) Stankevitz of Green Bay, Nancy (Randy) Pipes of Pasadena, TX, Gary German of Hartford and Sheryl (Bill) Fifer of Thorp and Ken (Pam) German of Curtiss; great aunt Edna Poznanski of Hartland; and many nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews.
She was preceded in death by her father, Albert Dale Ball of Thorp; mother, Hildegard (Eckert) Ball, and grandmother, Cacilie Eckert, of Glendale Heights, IL; aunt, Helen Tullie, of Waupaca; and brother, Tom German, of Thorp.
Instead of flowers, donations are requested in her memory to Midwest Greyhound Adoption, P.O. Box 338, Sugar Grove IL 60554.
A private service is being held with a public celebration of live ceremony to be scheduled at a later date.
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