Linda Stewart

Linda L. Stewart, 61, a longtime Beacon resident passed away on Sunday, November 10, 2019 at her home. She was born on July 4, 1958 in Ellwood City, PA, daughter of Alan C. Stewart and Hazel H. Dodson.

On September 5, 2013, she married John W. Chrapowitzky, who survives her at home.

Linda had a deep love for her family & friends; a great passion of her was baking & cooking, she was always baking her famous cookies & pies, and her family will truly miss her thanksgiving dinners.

Along with her husband of six-years, she is survived by her son Sean T. Peterson and her granddaughter Sophia Wheeler. Linda is also survived by her sister Rose Ford and her husband Jack; and her brother Ralph Stewart and his wife Sandy; and several nieces, nephews & friends.

Her Family & Friends will gather on Friday, November 15th from 9-10am at the LIBBY FUNERAL HOME, 55 Teller Avenue, Beacon, where a memorial celebration will be held 10am to remember her Life. Interment will be private at the convenience of her family. To offer a message of condolence or share a fond memory, please visit: www.libbyfuneralhome.com

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  1. Dawn sokol says:

    Rest In peace Linda 🙏You were a dear friend and will be missed so much .You are a beautiful Angel now 😥

  2. Virginia Jennings says:

    You will be missed. Finally you are at peace. God Love you. Much love, Ginger and John

  3. Virginia Jennings says:

    You will be missed. Finally you are at peace. God Love you. Much love, Ginger and John

  4. Marci &Sy Drossos says:

    Will miss our gab sessions and our traditional peanut butter ball making. Take care, John. Sending love, hugs and prayers.

  5. Mindy Fowler says:

    I want to start by sending my heartfelt condolences to her family and friends. I have known Linda since I was a tiny tot. My mom (Marci Drossos) and Linda were best of friends. Linda treated me like the daughter she never had. My best memory of her was when I had spent the night with her and lost my favorite My Little Pony. I had to be really little at the time, and Linda did everything to cheer me up and cuddled me until I stopped crying. Even till this day she has always been a second mother to me. I want to thank John personally for making her feel like the queen she was. And also for taking great care of her when she became ill.

  6. Debbie Murphy says:

    So very sorry to hear the news, we will always remember the great times shared at the beach. Sending our love and prayers to John & the family. Deb & Jim Murphy

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