Linda Mary Connolly

Linda Mary Connolly


Aged 58
Passed Away Unexpectedly 
Late of Windsor 
Loving and devoted daughter of Sylvia and Douglas (dec).
Cherished sister and sister-in-law of Deborah, Edward and Kellie.
Proud Aunt of Jordan, Jake, Shelby and Dana.
Your loss leaves our hearts with a never ending ache, 
your love leaves us with treasured memories that will never be forgotten.

Funeral service details

Date: Friday, 23rd November, 2018
Commencing: 10:00am


Linda’s Family and Friends are warmly invited to attend her funeral service that will be held in the Garden Chapel of Castlebrook Crematorium, Windsor Road, Rouse Hill.
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Please join us for refreshments in the Argyle Room at Windsor RSL afterwards from 11.30am.

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  • In the 10 years that I worked with Linda it was filled with wonderful conversations and laughter. She was a wonderful lady who was always willing to help in any way possible. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.


    Christine Bartlett
  • I had the honour of working with Linda for almost 30 years including working side by side for many years. Linda was always polite, helpful and friendly. Linda was extremely quiet but always listened. We shared a passion for food and I will miss our discussions of what we should have for dinner on a Thursday night. I believed Linda would be here forever unfortunately she has been taken from us far too early and will be dearly missed.

    Joanne Crass (Duffy-Collier)
  • Linda was a kind and humble lady, Linda always worked hard, she was a wealth of knowledge and skills. Linda always took the time to explain things and was there to lend a hard when you needed. Linda had a big heart, she was caring and thoughtful. and loved by all. Taken too soon, forever in our hearts and prayers. You are loved by all xxxx

    Bianca Bond
  • I am so sad to not see you walking to work in the mornings anymore. My last encounter with you was on the Friday afternoon as we passed each other in the hallway, smiling as we said hi. It's such a nice memory I have of you looking happy with your hair flying with the breeze. May good memories of you begin to ease the sorrows we and your family are feeling now.

    Judy Wong
  • In the year that I have worked with Linda, I have come to understand her calm, gentle, kind nature. Her smile would always brighten up the day. It was always a pleasure to work with Linda, and she is going to be greatly missed.

    Adrian Borg
  • Linda was at the hospital the night my son was born. Back then the maternity ward were demountable buildings, and because I had to have a caesarean I had to go to the main hospital building.

    It was the middle of winter, and after he was born, I was wheeled back to the maternity ward via the compound outside. Sitting in the freezing cold on a bench outside was Linda, waiting to meet my son. Why, because that is the type of person she was. Kind, thoughtful and my friend of almost 30 years. I will miss her dearly.

    Debby Ellmer
  • Whilst I haven't been at Council as long as you, you were here for every one of my 23+ years. and I'm very grateful for that.

    Our Friday afternoon shenanigans in the Rates and Finance Department- whether we were singing or cutting some moves or dressing up in the stuff the book people brought in.....we always had such great fun and so much laughing.....

    But we knew when it was time for work and I always seemed to ask you for an invoice after you'd finished a batch. "When do you need it by?" you'd ask me. Unless it was urgent, my reply was always, "Whenever......". Without fail, it was on my desk the next morning.........I needed an invoice this week....

    Those mornings we would pass each other - you heading to the lunchroom for your first work coffee and me generally heading back with my second. "Morning Jody Ann......." What I wouldn't give to hear that one more time....

    Wherever you are Lindy, I hope it's beautiful. I hope your Mum and family find comfort in knowing how loved you are and how much you are missed. Your friendship, your spirit and your kind heart with never be forgotten xxx

    Jody Norman
  • I have worked with Linda for around 7 years and she was always such a kind and friendly colleague. The last day she worked I went through some invoicing that I'd prepared and she was going to process. I said to Linda, "you know, when I looked at the properties of this excel file I saw you had created it back in 2001 and we are still using it now! You must have done it well as it's lasted all this time" Linda in her usual gentle manner just gave a knowing smile. I'm really, really sad you are gone Linda!

    Peter Op't Land
  • I have known Linda almost all my life she was my friend, but we called each other "cousins"!

    We lived across the road from each other in George Street when we were young.

    I will always remember the fun we had many, many years ago when we went on a school excursuon to Lightening Ridge.

    In later years, we worked together at the Council.

    I will always cherish our friendship.

    Melanie Harris
  • I gave Linda a stack of seeds once of "Job's Tears" for her jewellery making. A few months later Linda gave me this beautiful necklace for my wife; wow that was unexpected. Thanks Linda, Marty

    Martin Gauci
  • Linda was always very courteous and helpful with any dealings I had with her through our work at Council.. She always was happy and smiling. I was sad to hear the news and express my heartfelt sympathy to Linda's family at this sad time.

    Michelle Nichols (Library)
  • I have worked with Linda for around 7 years at council within that time she visited the Print department for various jobs. We would have a quick chat about life and the Hawkesbury happenings. I will miss her friendly smile and conversations. My thoughts are with you all at this sad time.

    Wendy Irving
  • Linda you were a lovely lady. Always friendly and helpful, nothing was too much trouble. I will always appreciate the help and friendship you gave me and will think of you whenever I wear some of the jewellery you made for me. Prayers and love to your family and friends who will miss you terribly.

    Robyn Felsch