Linda Linneweber

Linda S. Linneweber, 71, of Linton, Indiana died on October 16, 2021 in Flagstaff, Arizona. Linda was born in Lafayette, Indiana to Charles and Della Ann Fellure on September 25, 1950. She married James ‘Jim’ Linneweber on November 27, 1971.

Linda retired from Boston Scientific in 2009. She was a member of Linton First Christian Church. Linda loved traveling, gardening, Nascar, and most importantly loved spending time with her family and attending as many of her grand and great-grandchildren’s school and athletic events as possible. Despite enduring multiple health issues, Linda always maintained a positive attitude and was always more concerned for the welfare of others rather than herself.

Family left to cherish the memories of Linda include: her mother of West Lafayette; husband, Jim; sons, Ed (Tracey) of Worthington, Bob (Rhea) of Linton; daughter, Carol (Mark) Raetz of Terre Haute; brothers, Tim (Lois) Fellure of West Lebanon, Matthew Fellure of Indianapolis; eight grandchildren, Brandy (Ryan) Brown, Lilly, Charles, Katherine and Henry Linneweber, Jake, Annie, and Max Raetz; four great-grandchildren, Keelei, Braxdon, Koye, and Breklyn Brown; five nieces and three nephews.

Linda was preceded in death by her father.

Per Linda’s wishes, there will be a private funeral with Terry Dowell and Nick Moore officiating. Linda will be laid to rest in the Salem United Church of Christ Cemetery in Westphalia, Indiana.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions to one or more of the following charitable organizations: American Cancer Society, 318 Main St., Suite 206, Evansville, IN 47708; American Kidney Fund, 11921 Rockville Pike, Suite 300, Rockville, MD 20852; American Diabetes Association, PO Box 7023, Merrifield, VA 22116-7023; Celiac Disease Foundation; and the Indiana Organ Donor Network. Each of these organizations help support individuals with health conditions that Linda faced with a smile.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Meng Family Funeral Homes, Anderson-Poindexter Chapel in Linton. Online condolences may be sent to