- Winnipeg Free Press Passages
- All Titles
Notices are posted by 10 am Monday through Saturday
LINDA GAIL JEAN HALL (née MOREAU)
Born: Sep 12, 1947
Date of Passing: Sep 28, 2020Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
LINDA GAIL JEAN HALL
September 12, 1947 September 28, 2020
She leaves to mourn her sisters, Vonda Bodin and Verly Zébière, her brothers, Ken Moreau and Larry Moreau, sisters-in-law, Georgie and Judy, brother-in-law Albert Bodin, along with many nieces and nephews, cousins, Monsignor Comeault with her church family in Charleswood, neighbours, Anne and Hubert who had looked after her, and her many friends.
She had a kind heart and was very involved in her church activities. She loved travelling and assisting at many conferences for her church in Canada and USA.
A private service will be in Grande Clairière, Manitoba at a later date.
Flowers respectfully declined, donations can be made to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, 4588 Roblin Boulevard, Winnipeg, MB R3R 0G4.
For online condolences, please log onto www.directcarecremation.ca
Arrangements entrusted to
Direct-Care Cremation &
(204) 803-4067 www.directcarecremation.ca
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Oct 10, 2020
Condolences & Memories (17 entries)
May Perpetual Light shine upon your soul Linda, May God grant you eternal rest and may you rest in the Peace of Christ. I know you will continue to keep us all in your Prayers. Thank you so much Linda and Thank God for the gift he gave us in you. My condolences to the family. - Posted by: James (Acquaintance ) on: Oct 24, 2020
Our sincere condolences to Linda's family and friends. We will definitely miss her. She was joyfilled and fathfilled. Her signature laugh will be remembered. - Posted by: Michel & Elaine (friends in Christ) on: Oct 21, 2020
Although, I hadn't seen Linda for many years, I was saddened to read of her passing. I worked with Linda early in my career at GWL. I grew to respect her as a person and a co-worker. Her faith and compassion towards those hurting or less fortunate than her was apparent. I remember I was in a meeting with her shortly after the Sept. 11th attacks in NY. She asked if we could have a moment of silence for those who lost their lives and their families. It was very touching and I never forgot that. Sending prayers to her family and friends. May her soul rest in eternal peace. - Posted by: Linda Ferguson (Former co-worker at Great-West Life) on: Oct 14, 2020
When I learned of Linda's passing I just didn't want to believe it. I remembered we made a trip to visit her grandpa who lived in Prince Albert. Now you want to talk about laughter. ( Do you remember this trip Larry?) Yes in school Linda had great work ethics. Look out teachers. Although we haven't keep in touch as much as one should I'm torn that I can't travel home for her funeral. (Covid scare) My deepest sympathy go out to Linda's family. I'll remember with fondness the friendship we once shared. xoxo Beverly Lyons (nee Blanchard) - Posted by: Linda Hall (School friend) on: Oct 14, 2020
I was deeply saddened to learn of Linda’s passing. We worked together at Great West Life in the 1980’s forming a friendship that endured. While our paths did not cross often in the intervening years, there were 8 of us who met annually at The Olive Garden to ensure we remained in touch. I will always remember Linda for her incredible work ethic, devotion to her family and faith, sense of humor and passion for purple! My heartfelt condolences to Linda’s family and friends. Linda, you will be forever missed at our table. - Posted by: Linda Foster (Friend and former co-worker at Great West Life) on: Oct 13, 2020
Deepest condolences from the staff at Charleswood library. Linda had a kind spirit and her warmth and good nature were very much appreciated. She will be missed. - Posted by: Library Staff (Community member) on: Oct 13, 2020
I was so very shocked and saddened to hear of Linda's passing. I look back with great fondness over the many years we worked together. We spent many a sleepness night solving system problems together, followed by a walk over the Osborne Street bridge to find coffee and breakfast. In the early years I admit her passion frightened me just a little :) but as time went on I learned we shared a love for good competition, a challenge, and a puzzling problem to solve. Her bar was high, and she did not suffer fools gladly! I love a strong opinionated woman, and Linda fit the bill(!) - she was one of a kind. That strength coupled with her gentle concern and insight into matters of family and faith challenged me to dig deeper within myself and follow her courageous lead. The world is less without her, but I know she had a deep love for Jesus, and she is with her heavenly Father now. I will miss her. - Posted by: Teresa Froese (Friend and former co-worker at Great-West Life) on: Oct 13, 2020
It is difficult to imagine not seeing Linda on this side of heaven again. Linda was one of a kind. Her joy, peace, strength and wisdom were powerful gifts to all who met her. I can only imagine Linda dancing and playing the tambourine before the Lord, her God and Saviour! What Joy!! I will truly miss you, Linda. - Posted by: Louise (Friend) on: Oct 12, 2020
Linda was a woman of faith who left a marked positive impression on me and my spiritual journey. Though I did not know her well, i always admired and rsspected her. May she be in God's full presence as she intercedes for us now. - Posted by: Gilbert Vielfaure (Friend) on: Oct 12, 2020
Words cannot express the deep sorrow I feel at the loss of my friend Linda. I keep hearing her laughter and fondly remember her infectious smile. She was a friend not only to me but to my family as well. My deepest condolences to Linda's family. I miss you, until we meet again. - Posted by: Debbie Dangerfield (Friend) on: Oct 12, 2020
Wilf and I never really got to know Linda as we did with the rest of the Moreau siblings - but heard many a good story about her and the life she lived. It was told that she was a very dedicated gal and took on everything with determination. She had a very close relationship with her Mom over the years and they spent a great deal of time together. God Bless and Keep Her!! Deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Linda. Wilf and Roberta Younger - Posted by: Wilf and Roberta Younger (Friends of the family) on: Oct 11, 2020
My sincere condolences to Linda's family. Linda was a gem and will be sorely missed by all who knew her. Her passing has left me greatly saddened and wishing I could hear her infectious laughter one more time. - Posted by: Aurore (Friend, ex-co-worker) on: Oct 11, 2020
I worked with Linda at Great-West Life over several decades since the 80’s and for the last 15 years or so have been part of the ‘Olive Garden’ annual dinner group of 8 former GWL co-workers/retirees with her. Everyone that knew Linda has a favourite story to tell & loved to hear that infectious laugh of hers. We will miss her very much. My condolences to the family. - Posted by: Karen Hygaard (Former co-worker at Great-West Life) on: Oct 10, 2020
Linda will be greatly missed. She was very involved in the same Prayer Group as I, as a Leader and selflessly sacrificed her time and caring, for others needs. She loved the Lord very much! I will always remember Linda’s unique laugh which always seemed to stand out above others in a group of laughter. Till we meet again Linda!🙏🏻❤️ - Posted by: Rosalie & Ed Scott (Friend ) on: Oct 10, 2020
Linda was an amazing person. Always with a smile and was very strong with her faith. She had a special relationship with God and with all who she came in contact with! We have some good memories from TEC retreats, confirmation retreats, etc! I will always remember you! - Posted by: Laura carreiro (Friend) on: Oct 10, 2020
So very sorry to read about Linda's passing in today's paper. It is such a shock. Linda was a force to be reckon with. Such a strong woman in her work ethic, her faith and her friendships. Unmistakable laugh, smile and love of life. Our group of 8, from GWL, who would get together once a year for dinner or lunch, will truly miss her. My condolences to her family. Cherish the good memories and keep them close. - Posted by: Sue Nicholson (Friend and co-worker at Great-West Life) on: Oct 10, 2020
To Ken, Verly, Vonda and Larry and all your family I am so sorry of the loss of our cousin Linda. I will keep the memories of the times spent with Linda close to my heart. God bless all of you and keep you all safe.. Love your cousin Debbie. - Posted by: Debbie Scott (Cousin) on: Oct 10, 2020
Sign up for free email alerts of new obituaries for specific people, towns & more.