Linda Susan Light

Linda Susan Light passed away peacefully on March 24, 2022, in Port Orchard, Wash. She was 75 years old.

Linda was born on Feb. 13, 1947, in Polson, Mont., to Dorthy and Dale Light. She was the oldest of two daughters, but also had a half-sister and a stepsister. The family eventually settled in the Bay Area of California where she attended Pleasant Hill High School and eventually graduated in 1964 from Clayton Valley High School in Concord.

Linda was a free spirit and radiated a positive fun and exciting aura that eventually took her to the mountains of Northern California where she spent most of her adult life. She lived in various places, including Trinity Center and Coffee Creek, and worked at various jobs and met lifelong friends.

She was very creative and talented in numerous things and activities including gardening, landscaping, baking, cutting hair and crafting. She was always able to make ordinary things look beautiful. She was active in the community and was a great friend to many. She loved being a Grammy to her three grandchildren.

In her later years she moved to Bremerton, Wash., to be close to her grandchildren. Days were always brighter, and hearts were always fuller after spending time with Linda. She will truly be missed.

Linda leaves behind sisters Jaqueline and Beth; sons Joel (Deanna) and Tom (Christine), grandchildren Zoe, Zane and Toby; and many beloved nieces, nephews and awesome friends.

Predeceased by her sister Sandy.

Plant a tree or flower in her memory.

A celebration of life is planned for mid-August. More to follow.

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