May 31, 1953 ~ November 21, 2021

Born in: Rochester, New York
Resided in: Rochester, New York

Linda A. Lobiondo

Rochester:  Sunday, November 21, 2021.  Predeceased by her husband, John; sister, Nancy Baker; brother, John Albert.  She is survived by her sister, Martha (Philip) Haust; special niece, Lisa (fiance, Andrew Blaustein) Carter; her dog, London and 3 cats, Bully, Angel and Gracie; brother-in-law, Gary Baker; loving family and dear friends.
Linda’s visitation will be held Sunday, November 28th 1-3 PM at Vay-Schleich & Meeson 1075 Long Pond Road.  In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to four-legged friends  P.O. Box 17285. Rochester, NY 14617 in her memory.  For more information and to sign her online guestbook, visit


Visitation: November 28, 2021 1:00 pm - November 28, 2021 3:00 pm

Vay-Schleich & Meeson - Greece Chapel
1075 Long Pond Road
Rochester, NY 14626

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  1. Marty, Phil, Lisa, Gary and the entire LoBiondo family;
    I was very sad to hear that Linda had passed away. I knew that she was looking forward to new adventures in Florida. I was glad that her and I were able to spend some time together on my last trip back to Rochester. We spent the good part of a day having lunch, laughing and reminiscing about old friends and family throughout our many years of friendship. Her and John were always the brother and sister I never had. Linda always had a kind word and smile for everyone that came her way. I will truly miss Linda but take solace in the fact that her and John are now together for eternity. Rest In Peace Linda . . . you will be missed but will forever be in our hearts.

  2. Marty,
    I was so sad to learn of Linda’s death. Our hearts goes out to you and your family.
    Linda was a wonderful person on so many levels. I remember one super fun evening in her kitchen with your dad, brother and John. All her John’s in the same room!! She was so happy – bright eyes sparkling, so beautiful and full of life. Always a kind word. Always that wry sense of humor.
    Please know that you and Linda are in our hearts, thoughts and prayers.
    Paul & Sarah

  3. Linda,you will be missed.God Bless you.xoMarty and family so very very sorry.Your sister was a a sweatheart.So shocked.xo

  4. Dear Martie & Phil, Lisa & Andrew, nieces and nephews, Gary and the whole Baker family, and the whole LoBiondo Family,

    I was so saddened to hear of Linda’s passing today. So unexpected and sad to hear. I never thought I would live to hear this news told to me.

    Please know you’re all in our thoughts and prayers and that we’re holding you close in our hearts. We are so very sorry for this tremendous loss of such an extraordinary Soul.

    We worked with Linda at Automatic Machining Magazine for over 20 years. No one could tell a story like Linda. She could do all the characters and somewhere over the years you had to stop to remember if they were your memories, or hers! Though she would go on to say, and did, that her brother Johnny was the family storyteller.

    Linda had the best sense of humor and could always light up the room with her personality. I remember her love for her family and the various family and pets. And her father’s music tapes, their jazz outings at the beach in the summer, vacations in Florida with her beloved husband John, whom she loved more than anything in the world.

    The only comfort is knowing that Linda has been reunited once again on the other side with her mom and dad, her brother Johnny, her sister Nancy, husband John, and best friend Ginny. Somewhere in Heaven one heck of a party is happening. No tears, just cheers. No sadness nor pain.

    Linda lead one hell of a life and didn’t waste a single day. She was always gracious, and fun. I can never fully express what a pleasure and honor it was to call her friend.

    Until we meet again my friend, we love you and will always miss you forever.

    Love, your Automatic Machining family – Lisa, Martha, Cherie, Carolyn, Karen, and Wayne

  5. I’m so sorry to hear this news. peace and love to all of her family. Linda’s smile is etched I’m my memory and my heart.

  6. Marty … So terribly sorry to hear about Linda’s passing. I always loved hearing Nancy talk about her times with her sisters, your walks and talks. She loved you all. Hold onto the good memories you had together. ♥️
    Rest In Peace Linda.

  7. Marty,
    We were so sorry to hear of Linda’s passing–she was such a wonderful person and always had a beautiful smile. She was always kind to others and loved all her sisters and family–her giggles were contagious and she was always fun to be around. I’m sure she is laughing and having fun with John, Nancy , her brother John, her Mom and Dad, and her friends up in heaven. Savor the memories and know that she’s watching down and would want you to keep finding happiness in your life here on earth.

    With regrets,

    Herb and Ruth Royer

  8. My condolences to the Lobiondo family and Linda’s Sister and family for your loss Linda & John were my closest and dear friend and will be Greatly missed but never forgotten. I always made it a point to go and visit Linda when i was in town and get together for Dinner always fun to be with she had a great sense of humor and wit never a bad word about anyone she was wonderful person to be around so until we meet again my Friend R.I.P. see you on the otherside.

  9. Linda,
    You are the sister I always wished for. You made anyone around you so comfortable and welcome. I will miss your smile and your laugh.
    I am so sorry we could not get you down here to Florida to spend our years together. You will be very much missed by all of your family and friends.
    I am also sorry I can’t be there to say goodbye today because of the dogs but know that I am there in spirit and hold you in my heart.
    Till we all meet again…

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