Greece: Tuesday, August 27, 2013 at age 66. Predeceased by her parents, Arthur and Naomi Flensted; sister, Karen. Survived by her brother, Jay (Emily) Flensted; niece, Kathleen Henning; nephew, Kevin (Dawn) Flensted; great nephews, Randal Henning, Matthew Henning, Brayant Flensted, Trevor Flensted; cousins, Carl Lovern Sr., Carl Lovern Jr., Paul (Beth) Lovern, Joseph Lovern; her dog Emmy Lou; cats, Audi and Zoe; many neighbors, co-workers and dear friends. Linda was devoted to the town of Greece, NY. She was honored in receiving the 2012 Citizen of the Year award with the Greece Police Department for her Memorial Garden. She was active with the neighborhood watch and many charities. Linda's visitation will be held Thursday, August 29th 4-7PM at Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Road, Greece Chapel. Her Funeral Service will be celebrated Friday, August 30th 11:30AM in the Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will follow service in White Haven Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Lollypop Farm, 99 Victor Road, Fairport, NY 14450 in her memory. For more information or to sign Linda's online guestbook, please visit

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  1. Linda – we may not have been ‘blood’ relatives but we were FAMILY! You always introduced Billy as your little brother…You were always so good to our ‘babies’, Roman, Leo and Howie…It was an honor to know you…You will always hold a special place in our hearts!

  2. To all who loved Linda – She was our person. The one who would give to you, do for you, be there for you – no matter what. She was the one we could depend on no matter what. There are no words to express our sadness in losing our friend… I’m hoping she has found her ‘happy place’ with all the loved ones who have gone before her – and that, if she really, really, really wanted them – that the angels met her with orange sneakers. 🙂

  3. Linda was an awesome lady. I had the pleasure of getting to know her while I worked at the Greece Police Department. I often said Linda was the type of person that you become a police officer for. Police officers routinely deal with criminals and people during the most difficult moments in their lives. It is easy to become cynical and expect the worst in people. But then comes a person like Linda – She loved and respected all of us, never wanting anything in return. One of the Towns truly great citizens.
    Steve Wise

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