Linda M.
Brockport: Wednesday, November 26, 2008 at age 57. Survived by her loving and devoted husband of 39 years, Mark D. Hoag; sons, Michael D. Hoag & Brian M. Hoag; brothers, Ronald (Carol) Muir, Thomas (Betty) Muir, & Laurence (Linda) Muir; sisters, Virginia (Donald) Sica, Margaret Ranaletti & Sharon (Steven) Eddy; mother-in-law, Jane Hoag; several nieces, nephews, & cousins; many loving friends. Friends may call Sunday, November 30th, 1-4 P.M. at Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Road. Interment to be held privately. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Humane Society at Lollypop Farm, 99 Victor Road, Fairport NY, 14450 in her memory.

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  1. Although we never had the opportunity to meet Linda, we have known her son Mike for many years. With what Mike has shared about his dear mother makes us understand what a wonderful loving wife and mom she was. She will be tremendously missed by family and friends but knowing she is at peace and pain free will be a comfort to all.

  2. For you, Linda…may you always be in our hearts. You were like a mother to Kevin, and he REALLY listened to you. Believe me, that is rare! I know he truly loved you, Mark, the boys, and all your pets. His visits to your home were just like going home. He would come back with stories and good feelings. Even through your illness, you would comfort and cheer him on. He admired and loved you. Through him, Bill and I got to know you, too. We so enjoyed your visit to Cumberland. I will never eat Ritz crackers without thinking of you! Please know we won’t forget you. Mark remains a true friend. He is one remarkable guy. May God bless you and your family. With love from Bill and Michelle

  3. Happy Thanksgiving Aunt Linda,
    Happy for the memories you brought to my life, your wonderful heart, your magical light.
    Offering warms hugs and a contagious smile,
    I can still hear your laugh through the heavenly miles.
    So many special memories I hold dear, especially at Wasaga Beach year after
    year.
    The coolest Aunt on a Harley Ride,
    Free spirits, open roads, with uncle Mark by your side.
    In the heart of your niece, know that you are adored.
    I Love you Aunt Linda,
    Go Safe with the Lord.

    My prayers are with you Uncle mark, Michael and Brian.
    Love,
    Cora

  4. I didn’t know Linda at all but I sure am in awe of all the wonderful stories I have heard from Mike. The way she loved her husband and children is truly remarkable and something special; what a genuine woman. I hope that even through this painful time you will rejoice in the wonderful memories.

    All our best,
    Michael and Julie Wright

  5. Linda, I’m still in disbelief that you’re gone. There’s an emptyness surrounded by sadness. We shared alot of happy times. You were so loved and will be missed tremendously.

    cindy iacubucci

  6. Mike and Family,
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and may God be with you during this time. Peace be with you during the holiday season. God Bless.

    Scott, Lesli, Cody and Laura Willoughby

  7. So sorry tp see the paper today about Linda. I have heard from her mother-in-law often and know what a wonderful lady she was. And all the problems she has so bravely been going t hrough. Jane and I have been friends for many years. Linda will be greatly missed.

  8. We wish we could have been with you today. We will both always remember the good times we had together. You are in our thoughts and hearts.

  9. Wow…what a brave, graceful fight you put up with this cancer. I am sorry that you weren’t able to KICK CANCERS ASS, but you sure gave it your best shot, and I am so proud of you! If I can find anything good in this battle you waged over the past 2 and 1/2 years, it is I am so glad that we were able to really get to know each other not only as sisters but as friends. This time we spent together will always be an awesome memory for me. It just ended way too soon. See you on the other side. I love you,
    Margaret

  10. YOU WERE A WONDERFUL COLLEAGUE AND FRIEND. I SHALL NEVER FORGET THE MANY YEARS WE SPENT WORKING TOGETHER SIDE BY SIDE. YOU AND MARK HAVE TAUGHT US COURAGE AND A LOVE FOR ONE ANOTHER THAT EXEMPLIFIES COMMITMENT AND LOVE IN ITS TRUTEST FORM. YOU WILL BE MISSED.

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