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Linda Kuhlman

Linda Kuhlman

Linda Kuhlman died Saturday March 6, 2010 at Cape Regional Medical Center after her 3rd courageous battle with cancer. She was born November 8, 1952 in Philadelphia, PA the daughter of William F. and Eugenia (nee Stepnicki) Kuhlman. She was a restaurant icon in both Vineland and Mays Landing Red Lobsters. She spent her early life in the promotions department at WFIL Radio entertaining rock legends John Lennon, The Guess Who, Jim Croce and others. She was a spontaneous traveler, thrill seeker and a lover of life who never declined an adventure. Linda is survived by her children, William and Danielle, active Army personnel. 

  From the 25th Reunion

Linda and John Lennon from her days working at WFIL - 


 

 



 
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03/26/10 09:05 PM #1    

Stephanie Abramides (Carroll)

Linda was a good friend to many. She was there for you whenever you needed her. She had some really great experiences in her lifetime and I always enjoyed hearing her stories.

Rest in peace!

04/13/10 09:45 PM #2    

William "Skip" Tuck

LINDA WAS A GOOD FRIEND AND I WILL MISS HER, HER SMILE LITE UP A ROOM! REST IN PEACE MY FRIEND! YOU WILL BE MISSED BY ALL WHO KNEW YOU!!

05/01/10 01:38 PM #3    

LeRoy Carter (Teacher)

Linda was not only a good student and a great help to me in the classroom; but she was also a good friend.  May God bless and keep her family...LeRoy Carter...former social studies teacher.


02/09/11 01:02 PM #4    

Virginia 'Ginger' Noble (Swenson-LaFreniere)

Linda and I had reconnected after many years.  We were inseperable in High School and for years after. Then lost touch as life, loves, children and jobs came and went.  We were just rekindling our friendship and really enjoying each others conversations again.  She was sharing her health issues with me and I was praying for her recovery but the Lord had different plans for her.  God Bless You my friend,  love love ginger


10/15/14 12:26 PM #5    

Don Golfen

Linda...  We carry these fond memories of people with us throughout our lives, and they stay as they were the last time that we saw them.  Maybe it's a mistake to look at the In Memory page.


10/16/14 10:47 AM #6    

Mark S. Juliano

Linda, you were always one of the most genuile and beautiful people I ever had the pleasure to know and love....I will forever keep you in my Heart ~


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