Burdon, Lynda Margaret

April 5th, 2016

Surrounded by family on Tuesday, April 5th, 2016 at Victoria Hospital at the age of 56. Beloved wife and best friend of Brad and dear mother of Matt. Cherished sister of Jim Maloney (Sue), Patricia Reder (Ron) and daughter-in-law of Shirley Burdon. Sadly missed by many nieces, nephews and friends. Predeceased by her parents Robert and Phyllis Maloney, brother Michael Maloney and father-in-law Ronald Burdon. Special thank you to Dr. Lewis and staff at Victoria Hospital for their care and compassion. Memorial visitation will be held at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, on Saturday, April 9th, 2016 from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a donation in memory of Lynda are asked to consider The Lung Association. 

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jimAlthough I've lost a beloved sister, heaven has gained another angel. Take care of her Mom, Dad and Mike. Love always...Jim
Mal EcclesBrad, We offer our deepest condolences to you and your family. Mal & Mary
Matthew Laverty and FamilyBrad, Our sincere sympathies to you, Matt and family.
Enzo, Lydia, Christina MizziDear Brad and Matt, our condolences and prayers for the passing of your beloved wife and mother. Thinking of you. Enzo, Lydia & Christina
Helen and Gord WainmanBrad: Our heartfelt condolences to you and your son at this time. We always enjoyed spending time with Lynda even though we knew her for just a few years. She was one of the funniest women we have ever met and she will be missed.
Francois CollatMatt, Brad and Linda's extended family my heartfelt condolences to all of you in such sad time. Francois
Doug and Maureen StewartBrad and Matt - Our deepest condolences to you both at this most difficult time. Yours was a true love story Brad. We're thankful for the many years of special friendship and laughs we had with Lynda. We are very sorry we can't be at the Memorial visitation.
Jim and Janet AndruchowBrad and family: our hearts go out to you. Lynda will be sorely missed. The neighbourhood will not be the same without her smile and enthusiasm. Will miss our chats on the deck.
Michael YosherMy deepest condolences to Brad, Matt, and the rest of your family. May the joy and light she brought into your life continue to live on through her cherished memory.
Nicole DundasSo sorry to hear of your loss. I sued to work with Lynda at Mark's Work Wearhouse.
Monika LaneBrad and Matt, please accept my deepest condolences. Lynda and I worked together and we at Marks will miss her tremendously. She was a beautiful person who developed many friendships with staff and customers.
Chris AnnableLynda was a wonderful person who left positive and happy memories with everyone she met. She will be greatly missed.
Robyne BrownSo sorry to hear of Lynda's passing. My deepest condolences to you and your family Brad.
Simone SmithMy deepest condolences to Brad and Matt. I worked with Lynda years ago, she was great to work with, and shared many laughs.
Cheryl & Scott LittJust reading about Lynda's passing and so saddened. Pat & Ron, and the rest of the family, we are sending our condolences and hope all your happy memories of Lynda can somehow ease your pain. I never was lucky enough to meet her, but I know how much she was loved. Another angel in heaven to watch over all of you.
Doug Thorne Sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers and thoughts go with you and your family.
Lynn & Wayne PeckOur hearts ache upon hearing this sad news Brad & Matt; Pat & Ron; Jim & Sue Please know we are thinking of you at this sad time & wish we could be with you to lend support... I will be with you in Spirit, Pat. No words can comfort you during your grief as there is a giant hole in your heart. May your Memories of Lynda sustain you during the days, weeks, months & years to come. Big HUGS & our Sympathy is extended to your families. Lynn & Wayne Peck xo
Doug & Heather WiceBrad. Our sympathies go out to you and Matt. Remember all the happy times you had together with Lynn. This is a very sad occasion, however, remembering happy moments with her will help you deal with her loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you today.
Jennifer Millar Giudice (née McBain)My mom (Donna) called me after seeing Lynn's obituary in the paper this week. We were both so shocked as we didn't realize she was sick. The last time I saw her was a year ago January at mom's surprise 65th party at Westhaven. Her and Brad came and we chatted and she seemed her same old sweet, funny and beautiful Lynnie to me. I never saw any indication she was anything but the healthy woman she appeared to be. That isn't surprising tho, she never was one to complain. We caught up and she told me about Mattie and all he was upto(and how tall and handsome young man he had grown into) and I filled her in on my boys. When my family moved to London back in 1994, I can remember the neighbour from directly across the street popping over to introduce her self. She had been out walking her dog Potters and saw us outside. That day was the start of many years of being great neighbours. Lynn helped me get a job at the store she worked at in whiteoaks mall. So we got to spend time together there. She really was so darn funny and witty. Never afraid to laugh at herself nor take herself to seriously which was all too common. She always spoke of Brad and Matt so highly, she loved them very much. I am sure you both are feeling such an empty spot right now with her passing. I have no doubt she is somehow looking down and always will be. She would want you both to be happy (I can close my eyes and hear her saying ' well jeesh jen, they better be a bit sad and miss me if I die, then they better go be happy '. She never took herself too seriously and always had something witty to say. Always a smile and a wave. She will be missed greatly and never forgotten. Please take care of each other and know we are all sending our love and strength to you both during this difficult time as you try to find what your new normal is. With the most deepest of sympathies, Jen Millar Giudice ( nee McBain), Carm, Owen and Adrian
Mary Ann Craner (Vermunt)To Linda's family: I was talking to an old friend and was told of Linda's passing. Please accept my condolences and know that I am thinking of you at this time. Terri Rau and I attended Ecole Ste. Marie with Linda and the one moment we recently shared was when she had a sleepover at the Mansion (as we saw it) in Bayfield. The staircase was massive and the room was so large that all of us girls got to sleep in the same bedroom....the one with the big bay window that faced the street. We ate and laughed and carried on through the early morning hours. I will always remember that time and remember how beautiful she was in so so many ways. Take Care. Mary Ann
Judith BellingI just heard of Linda's passing I'm so so sorry for your loss. I worked with linda at Town & Country in Westmount mall many many years ago we all had a blast. My thoughts & prayers are with you & your family.
Dianne MordenI’m so very saddened to realize I took too long to try and reconnect, and now ......My only picture I can find is from decades ago
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