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Rhea Lindstrom
Date of Death: November 3, 2020
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Rhea passed away peacefully on November 3, 2020 at Westminster-Canterbury after having contracted Covid. She was born 89 years ago in Los Angeles and was a proud graduate of UC Berkeley. From there Rhea went on to travel the world. She lived for many years in Alexandria, Virginia with her beloved husband, Skip (Dr. Ronald …
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Bethia Sherman (Betsy) left a message on December 31, 2020:
She taught my son for two years and was an inspiration to him. And to us all! A vibrant, alive woman, she threw the book for teachers out the window and did it by the seat of her pants. She was simply wonderful and I think that all kids who had her would say so.
Gail A Richardson left a message on December 8, 2020:
I am saddened to discover the passing of Rhea. She was one of my most cherished relatives as my mother's cousin. I always enjoyed our talks on the phone and the special time I was able to visit with her back in 2002. She was truly a treasure and gave so much to others. I praise God she accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior and is with Jesus now, freed from her earthly body with Alzheimer's. I will rejoice when I see her again.
Blake Curtis left a message on November 30, 2020:
I shall long remember Rhea's smile and wonderful sense of humor. Rhea was always caring about how others were doing. I shall long remember Rhea and all those many conversations we both enjoyed.
Becky Duckwortj left a message on November 21, 2020:
While my children attended the Gifted Center at Keene Mill elementary school, Mrs. Lindstrom came on board. She was like a breath of fresh air to her class. I was fortunate enough to hear many of her stories second hand. At Christmas time, she invited all the girls to her home in Old Town for tea and cookies and to stoll the streets and view the holiday parade. Her influence was profound. My daughters both became elementary school teachers, one went on to live in Old Town. It was always a pleasure to run into her or to hear about her activities from others who did. She was a treasured gift to her students and friends.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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