Linda K. Roush

Born: 04/01/1947 Passed:

On Wednesday, April 21, 2021, Linda K. Roush, Loving Mother, Grandmother and Friend, passed away peacefully with her family by her side, at the age of 74. Linda was born April 1, 1947 in Canton, OH to the late Daryl and Violet (Riggs) Roth. She graduated from Louisville High School and retired from The Timken Company in 2014.

Linda had a passion for scrapbooking, for anyone who knew her, she enjoyed documenting and sharing her adventures through her amazing scrapbooks. She also enjoyed traveling. One of her favorite vacation destinations was Gatlinburg, TN. Linda shared her love of Gatlinburg with her grandchildren, as they all had traveled there numerous times, creating many memories …. and more scrapbooks!

She is survived by her two children, Lisa (Mark) Shafer and Jason Roush; three grandchildren, Katelyn (DJ) Richards, Ashley (Michael) Shafer and Tyler Shafer; one great-grandchild, Ryker Richards; and her beloved beagle, Dolly.

The family would like to thank SouthernCare Hospice for all the care provided to Linda. There will be no services per Linda’s wishes. Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at

Heritage Cremation Society



4 Tributes to Linda K. Roush

  1. Jaime Selander says:

    I loved hearing about Linda’s crazy adventures with her grandchildren. She made me a scrapbook of my kids as babies and I still admire it today. She was a wonderful friend and coworker. She will be missed for sure!

    • Pat (Sampson) Burns says:

      She was big on going to Amish Country. She helped get me into Stone Ridge and we had big plans before she had her stroke. I will miss her. I also remember her from school. She graduated the year after me.

  2. Connie Hartline says:

    Worked with Linda at Timken. She was such a sweet person. Loved life. Prayers for her family.

  3. Samantha daverio says:

    Linda was so special! I’m sorry for your loss. Heaven surely gained an amazing angel ! Prayers for you all as you have to live life without this wonderful woman …fly high Linda ! You will be so missed

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