Linda C. Crowley

  • Born: April 5, 1947
  • Died: February 7, 2018
  • Location: Fairfield, Connecticut

Tribute & Message From The Family

Linda was born on April 5, 1947 and passed away on Wednesday, February 7, 2018.

Linda was a resident of Fairfield, Connecticut at the time of passing.

She was a graduate of Clinton High School and received her Bachelors degree from SUNY Oneonta.

A memorial Mass celebrating Linda's life will be held Saturday, February 10, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Thomas Aquinas Church, 1719 Post Road, Fairfield. Interment will be private.

Condolence & Memory Journal

Jim, I am so sorry to hear about Linda. My condolences to you and Joe. Sincerely, Pam Spellman

Posted by A friend   April 05, 2018

We just heard of Linda's passing
What a beautiful person she was, she was always talking about her boys and her husband
RIP Linda
Lots of great memories of you as part of The HVN USAIRWAYS TEAM

Posted by Diane Proto - New haven, CT   March 06, 2018

I am so saddened to learn of Linda's passing. I was privileged to work with her at US Airways. Her beautiful smile, laugh, love of travel and life will be remembered forever. She truly was a sweet, thoughtful person and I will never forget what a wonderful person she was. Rest In Peace. Heaven now has gained an angel.

Posted by Joseph Boris - Durham, CT   March 06, 2018

May God hold you, you are a good well meaning person. I will miss you for the rest of my life. Words can not express how I will miss you but I know you are happy in heaven.

Posted by GAIL MASSELLO - Utica, NY - Family   February 20, 2018

Rest in peace, my sister, you fought a long battle. You are in good place now, no cares, Say "Hi" to MOM & DAD for us.

Posted by Carol Moran - Yorkvile, NY   February 16, 2018

Cousin Linda, Say Hi to the family in your new resting place, as I am sure they are glad to see you, and comfort you now.
You will be missed here, and know you were very loved here, Uncle Red & Family Love You, Cousin Big John, Will always remember you, Smiling & Chatting away...
Stay Strong our Family, Love you All !!

Posted by John Cote - Waterboro, ME   February 15, 2018

Here was a student who was eager and inquisitive. She will be missed! In sympathy, Prof. Jim Carl, SHU

Posted by Jim Carl - Bridgeport, CT   February 13, 2018

I was Linda's advisor at Sacred Heart University. She was a lovely person and a hard worker. We will miss her happy face.

Posted by Mike Giarratano - Fairfield, CT   February 13, 2018


I'm so sad by our loss, and as I look back and remember all of the swims across the lake, mini golf, sweets and treats, shopping trips, movies and museums... I realize you really were the best cruise director ever. I will always appreciate all of your efforts. I love you!

Posted by Andrea Taberski - Amsterdam, NY   February 09, 2018

Special prayers for Linda's family. She was always about her Town of Fairfield bringing her sunshine to others. May she be at peace.

Posted by Susan Barrett - Fairfield, CT   February 09, 2018

I love you Aunt Linda were one of the best parts of my whole childhood always made me so happy when I was around you then ....and your my favorite aunt ...I'm sorry I didn't talk to you more ..I let life get in the way ....but I always thought of you ..... I will always think of you ....

Posted by Billy Massello - Petersburg, VA   February 09, 2018

Offering our deepest condolences during this time.

Posted by The Staff of Spear-Miller Funeral Home - Fairfield, CT   February 09, 2018

To Linda's family,
I knew Linda as the beach angel...she always wanted to have the pentway looking nice and tried to help keep the beach clean. She was very friendly and if people helped her she made a wonderful pie for them and delivered it with a warm, thankful smile.
I am sorry for your loss and hope her memories with you help give you strength and a warm heart.
God Bless you all.
Our prayers are with you.
Gailann and Michael Clear

Posted by Gailann& Michael Clear - Fairfield, CT   February 08, 2018

Jim, JC, & Joey,
I can't tell you how sad I was to hear of Linda's passing, you are all in my thoughts & prayers. I have so many fond memories of our neighborhood and living next door to your family. We had a lot of fun. Linda loved giving to others and she never forgot a birthday, anniversary, or special event. I will always remember her as a "Kind Heart". I know this is such a difficult time for all of you, I hope that her love will surround you and comfort you. My deepest sympathy.
Sandy (G) Arnold

Posted by A friend   February 08, 2018