Linda Susan Caldwell

Born: 12/03/1949 Passed:

Linda Susan Caldwell, age 70 previously of Northwood, Ohio  passed away in her home on March 24, 2020 in Massillon, Ohio after a brief and valiant battle with cancer.

Linda loved spending time with family, camping, fishing, campfires, happy people and a recently developed love of cheesecake. She could not pass up a flea market or an antique shop – if it was worth collecting, she did.

Linda is survived by her husband Richard Caldwell; daughters, Tracey (William) Berry, Kim (Jason) Dirkman; four grandchildren, Samantha Lewis (Trevor), Joshua (Helene) Berry, Jordan (Alexa) Dirkman, Danielle Dirkman; and six great-grandchildren Isaiah, Everett, Jameson, Lincoln, Autumn and Bridget.

There will be a Celebration of Life scheduled at a later date. The family asks that in lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the American Heart Association or AMVETS in her name.

Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com

Heritage Cremation Society

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6 Tributes to Linda Susan Caldwell

  1. Elizabeth Perino says:

    May God Rest Her Soul and comfort all of your. Thoughts and prayers with you always

  2. Raenae St Julian says:

    I remember spending so much time at your house. She always made me feel like another daughter. I’ll always remember her laugh, so genuine and contagious! I’m so sorry for your loss! Linda was a great person and loved by so many! Prayers for her family!

  3. Cindy Cornette says:

    I have great memories of garage sales with Linda and her BIG coffee (lol) please let me know if i can do anything you know i live in Northwood next door to Deanna and Tony

  4. Joyce Cothren says:

    Family gatherings won’t be the same without Linda. She was fun to be with and she had the most beautiful intense blue eyes I ever saw. She was the mother of two young women who mean the whole world to me and their dad.
    Thank you Linda for sharing. ❤️

    • Carolyn Chio says:

      I have known Linda for many years and she was a lot of fun – such a quick wit. She will be missed by many, but, no one more than her two devoted daughters. They were rock stars during her battle. Till we meet again, RIP Linda.

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