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Linda Wood Hingorani

Date of Death: December 19, 2017
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Amherst Chapel
1600 Amherst Street
Winchester, VA 22601
Thursday 1/4, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Friday 1/5, 11:00 am

Nokesville United Methodist Church
Nokesville, Virginia

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Friday 1/5

Valley View Cemetery
Nokesville, Virginia

Our precious and beloved “Mimi”, Mrs. Linda Wood Hingorani of Winchester, Virginia passed away Monday, December 18, 2017 at her home. She was 74 years old. The daughter of the late T. Clay and Winifred Swank Wood, Mrs. Hingorani was born in Washington, D.C. on July 10, 1943. She was raised on her family’s farmContinue Reading

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Libby Dorough left a message on January 15, 2019:
Linda was like a mother to me, and a sister to my mom. I just found out she had passed. I am so sad, but glad she and Gope are now together. They were two of a kind and I miss them dearly. I passed this to my dad who is still alive. RIP Linda
Faye Coates (Farm Bureau/Manassas) left a message on January 19, 2018:
Linda and I would chat over my 18 years when she and Gope were my clients (as well as her dad, T. Clay Wood) at VA Farm Bureau in Manassas. She was always so sweet and personable and I will miss hearing from her. God bless her family and bring them peace. So sorry I did not learn of her passing until too late to pay my respects in person.
Lee and Patsy Jones-Hubert left a message on January 13, 2018:
We were so saddened to hear about Linda's passing in December. We felt very close with her and only heard about her funeral a week after it occurred. There will always be a place in our hearts for this wonderful woman.
Joyce Carden left a message on January 5, 2018:
It was nice to meet Linda's three sons last night. She was a friend for too short of a time. She enjoyed her family, home, friends, and pets (+cars). I will miss her as will her many friends and family.
Dr. Sue Hirsch left a message on January 4, 2018:
I knew Linda through Animal Medical Center. She was a wonderful loving person and loved Maya and Tara and all her cats very much. I will miss this beautiful lady
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Sheila Hingorani left a message on January 4, 2018:
There is a hole in my heart now that you have left this earth. I am still in shock and disbelief that you are gone. I will miss our long talks, your hospitality during our visits to your three homes, and your strong and generous spirit. You have been another mother to me for more than 30 years, even after the loss of my beloved father, your husband, five years ago. I hope you both are now reunited and resting in love and peace.
Teresa (Teri) Larson left a message on January 4, 2018:
My first memories of Linda go back to Moscow in the 1970's when a group of wives supported each other during Soviet times under the rule of Leonid Brezhnev as our husbands pioneered the establishment of permanent representative offices and residences for their companies - not an easy exercise. It was a unique time and Cheryl Fitzgerald, Linda and I who were of similar ages became good friends and stayed in touch over the years as our lives and travels sent us to different parts of the world. Her family were her biggest love and it's interesting to read of all else she did that I did not know about, especially her love and support of animals. I first met Gope when I visited them in Brussels and they went on to enjoy many happy years together. She was a lovely person in every respect. Rest in peace and thanks for the memories, Linda. Love Teri (nee Hillier/Creager) Larson
Gabriella Banyasz left a message on January 3, 2018:
I am so very very sorry to hear of the sudden passing of Cousin Linda. I grew up with Kathleen Mudd in Kensington, MD and have known Kathleen, Maureen, and Mrs. Mudd since 1974. Kathleen and I spent 2 weeks in June 1987 after our high school graduation in England, Belgium, France and Germany with Linda while she arranged an amazing trip of activities both with and without her, while lived in Brussels. She took us down the River Rhine to stay in a castle. She booked us a place to stay in Paris that I pass now (I live in Paris) and always think of her. She booked us a day trip to Amsterdam and we chose to sleep late instead. Kathleen and I still are horrified we did that as teenagers. Linda took us to Ommengang in Brussels the big celebration in the square. I had the chance to see Linda again in June 2016 at Kathleen's wedding in South Easton MA and we talked a lot and the next day and it was so very nice to catch up with her again after probably 30 years. I remember Gope too, and her cat then, "Mon Chat". I am so very sorry for this tremendous loss. Her memory, life, and unique spirit will live on in her friends and family.
Tom, Fran (Unger) and Julie Ring left a message on January 2, 2018:
To all of Linda's family - We send our deepest love and sympathy to you in the loss of your dear mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. My dear mother, Frances Adams Unger, introduced us to your mother and we enjoyed being with her on many occasions. She was a dear friend and she spoke of all of you with so much love and care. May God give you His peace in your time of grief. We are sorry that we won't be able to attend any of the services as we are in Arizona visiting family. We Love You ALL!
Trisha Grossi left a message on December 31, 2017:
Of all the many blessings great or small, to have you as my best friend was the greatest one of all. The sands of time will never wash away the memories - the Beach, Williamsburg and Winchester. Heaven has a brand new Angel. You (my little sister) will remain forever in my heart.
Kuzette van der Spuy left a message on December 31, 2017:
To my dearest other Mother under the Sun.... how I will miss your phone calls to find out how me and Jan were coping with Eliza's passing. You have gone to soon my dearest MUTS we were so hoping to come and visit you this coming year. May you rest in peace and know you will always have a very special place in our hearts. Lots of love your Daughter under the sun Kuzette
Kuzette van der Spuy left a message on December 31, 2017:
Linda and my mother Eliza from South Africa were each other's sister under the sun. They were very close. I can imagine them now being together in heaven where they can spend hours together chatting about all their loved ones.
Elaine (Spittle) Yankey left a message on December 28, 2017:
Diane, Lanny, and boys, my deepest sympathy to all of you. Clay and Winnie were friends of my parents. Linda and I started first grade and were close friends throughout public school. Although we haven't been close since we took very different paths after school, I have kept up with her and surely will miss her as I know will all of you.
Bill and Pat Wilson left a message on December 25, 2017:
Words cannot express what the loss of Linda means. Her friendship, love, sense of humor, stories, pride and love for her girls, and her cat babies, the goodness of her and how she showed us a different way every day the right way and the responsible way to do things. She was a part of our family, and good to one and all. Andy loved you too, Linda, even if he did accuse you of stealing his squirrel. Gone straight to heaven, but gone from our everyday lives and daily conversations. An angel now, but sorely missed. You'd be so proud of your boys this week. Goodbye is too hard to say. We'll meet again one day.
Melena Huffman left a message on December 24, 2017:
There are no words, only the fervent hope that the Bliss that she and Gope followed has come to fruition.
Linda Merriner left a message on December 23, 2017:
Thoughts and prayers to all her family.. Linda I will miss you so much.. Being with you and the girls and cats was my best years ever.. I love and miss you always and forever..
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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