Hunt, Linda

Our beloved Linda passed peacefully on Thursday 5th November 2020

Linda was a loving wife to Gerry.

Devoted mum to her 3 children Chris, Renee and Rachael.

Loving and caring sister to Sandra and Sue (dec)

And a special cherished friend to many.

The world changes from year to year, our lives from day to day but the love and memory of Linda shall never pass away.

Forever in our Hearts xx

Linda’s Funeral Service will be livestreamed on

Friday 13th November 2020 at 2.30pm.

To view Linda’s service please visit the link below.

30 Tributes

  1. Vanessa Dunbar
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    RIP Aunty Linda
    You were the most caring and kind hearted person and I am truly blessed to have become part of your family.
    You will be sadly missed by Stuart, Zac, Zoe snd myself but will forever be in our hearts.
    We will never never forget you.
    May you Rest In Peace.
    Gone but not forgotten

  2. Terri and Bill
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    Darling Linda – my very quirky artist , we shared the love of art – you the artist , me the art dealer – I so loved your work , your heart & soul & passion was in there ! I’m so lucky to have this amazing mosaic art piece you painted of Billo & I -it’s my forever keepsake of you – I will treasure it always ❤️ You certainly got my lipstick spot on too 💄💋💋
    Our first horns Ryan & Christopher shared the same birthdate – – we have many things in common not only your art but your part of my ‘family ‘
    Love to Gerald & your beautiful children
    Fly High Dear Linda – & keep painting the sunsets & sunrises for us Earthlings

  3. Gerry Hunt
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    My Darling Linda – You were always the sunshine in our family. You were always there for us – even during the difficult times while fighting cancer. You were always happy, positive and so very supportive – you just wanted life to be good and full of fun times. You taught us all, so much about life and your love for me and our 3 lovely children shone over us everyday. You were so beautiful in every way – with a wicked smile to match.
    I will always miss you – Love you dearly to the moon and back xxx

    • Renee Williams
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      November 10th happy wedding anniversary ❤️Xx

  4. Steve
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    Hey spunk …. thanks for making me enjoy what I do that bit more xxx
    Sleep with the angels
    Steve…. Turnstyle

  5. Frank & Janet Welburn
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    Linda. In the short time we knew you and brief time we spent together, you were always a source of inspiration. Your beaming smile, in times of extreme adversity will always be remembered and sadly missed. Gerry and your Kids were lucky to call you Wife and Mum. Rest easy lovely Lady. ❤️

  6. Sally Kane
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    RIP BEAUTIFUL LINDA , I was so blessed to have met you through my cousin Tracey Webber, I remember in March of this year when I was staying at Tracey’s having the most hilarious video chat with you well Trace and I were having a few ore more drinkies. Your laugh was so heartfelt . You have left the earth at peace and left behind beautiful memories for so many to keep forever in their hearts . Fly high beautiful Angel and thank you for having me as a friend ❤️❤️❤️ Love The Kane family ❤️❤️

  7. Abbie Sheers
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    Such a loving and caring lady! I am so grateful to have been able to know you and work with you. Thankyou for sharing your jokes and kindness with me.
    You will be so missed

  8. Lauren Thynne (Nee Mann)
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    Dearest Linda
    I honestly don’t know where to start… You took me under your wing over 15 years ago when I started working with you at Beaconsfield Pharmacy. You treated me like one of your own, and always had so much love, generosity and care towards myself and others. I have never forgotten the special bond we had. You truly believed in me, and that meant the world… I was a scared & timid teenager starting out in the big wide world, yet you made it so much easier for me. You’ve always had a special part in my heart, and you always will.
    You have been taken away far too soon, you had so much zest for life. Your spirit will be with me forever, you will never be forgotten. I wish I had the chance to say goodbye, and give you one last cuddle. I will miss your beautiful nature always.
    Thank you for being apart of my life. A true privilege to have known you, and to be loved by you. You were one hell of a woman!
    All my love forever,
    Lauren (Lozz) xoxoxo

  9. Andy Fearns
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    Dear Linda
    You were a fighter, right till the end. Your compassion and caring nature for your family and friends was amazing.
    Even in your darkest times, you always put others first.
    I will always remember dancing with you and sharing a drink
    Until we meet again, sweetheart
    Andy ♥️

  10. Barbara
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    I knew Linda when we were only young. I watched her struggles over the years and last year we reminisced about times gone by. I also have fought a similar journey and I was amazed at her strength. I was envious of how many peoples lives she brightened and how she alway seemed to smile. Though I am just an childhood friend, I am extremely saddened to hear of her passing. My thoughts are with those whom loved her, may you meet again someday.

  11. Marcia & Mark
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    To our Dear sister in law Linda , we have had so many wonderful memories with you and Gerald , you always had a great sense of humour and a smile on your face even when you weren’t feeling well never complained . Loved catching up for lunches at the Dava still sitting there after everyone had packed up . So blessed we had our beautiful Linda in our lives .😘❤️

  12. Lana Bonnet
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    Dearest Linda, Thankyou for being the most welcoming, supportive, loving mother in law. I will forever be grateful for you and the time I got to spend with you. Will miss our card games and your warming cuddles. The rest of life and the milestones that are to come will be hard without you here, however I know you will always be with us in our hearts. Love you always Rest In Peace xoxo

  13. Kim Dileva
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    To dearest Lindy-Lou,
    I guess all I would like to say is thank you.
    Thank you for being you. The bright beautiful light that always beamed so bright.
    Thank you for the way you were always so generous with love, laughter and happiness.
    Thank you for being such an inspiration. Not only for your determination, but for your wonderful soul.
    Thank you for having such a funny cheeky sense humour.
    I feel extremely blessed that our paths crossed for a short time and we could both call ourselves family, the Beacy family.
    Going to miss your beaming smile and hugs so much.
    Sending all my love to Gerry and all your family

  14. Cass Carbone
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    To dear Lindy Loo
    So many words to describe you. Inspiring, Strong, Determined, Caring, Loving, Generous, and so much more. You always held a huge smile on your face, no matter what you were facing. Your strength and determination, inspirational. You will always be apart of our Beaconsfield family, you hold a special place in all of our hearts. We will miss seeing your bubbly face and glowing eyes. I love you Linda, may you rest in peace and watch down on your beautiful family and friends doing you proud.
    All my love to Gerry and family.

  15. Renee Williams
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    Mumma , what a privilege to be your daughter . I’ll never be able to find the words to express how much I love you and the sense of emptiness and grief I feel .

    You’d be so humbled by all the love everyone has for you and the kind words they are sharing

    Thank you for everything you have done and being you so perfect to me .You are everything to me my biggest fan and best friend and the most amazing mum . Mostly ill miss being able to call you up and chat , feeling your hugs and just laughing. We are so similar in so many ways and I’m so proud of that .

    I will be happy Mum , I will live in full and without fear . I will laugh and embrace life. The family will always be together You don’t have to worry about me you gave me all I needed before you left .

    So go be free ❤️

    Just make sure you visit me Xxxxx

  16. Lorraine Cathels
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    Ahhh Linda, my best friend for such a long time. I’d hoped you would always be with us.

    You were the nicest person I’d ever known – generous with your time and spirit, and genuinely friendly with everyone. You always saw the good side of people and life.

    I will always treasure spending last Christmas day with you and your family. It was great fun and very relaxing. And it got me out of going to the back of Bourke to see my in-laws!!!

    You tried to get me onto face book and when we realised even you couldn’t do that, we laughingly decided we would spend time with each other instead!!!

    I will always miss you dearly. All my love to Gerry Chris Renee and Rachael. XXXXX

  17. Sandra Collins
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    To my beautiful Sister Linda,

    I love you with all my heart. I cannot bear to think of life without you in it. You have been there for me for 62 years through good and bad times and you always looked on the bright side of things. You are such a loving, caring, thoughtful, kind, placid, courageous beautiful person. You always brought the best out in me and everyone you knew.

    The last few years have been very hard but we shared the hard times together and we became even closer, if that is at all possible.

    Your family are testament to the person you are and you live on through them. They are at my side helping me come to terms with my devastating loss even though they are going through the same emotions.

    I will miss you more than words can say. My heart is broken and it has been broken for a long time seeing you go through your fight. You always had a smile and was so bubbly and positive. You are a truly inspirational person of whom I am so honored to have as my sister, my friend and my soulmate.

    I know you are now with Dad, Mum and Sue and one day I will be with you all again.

    You will always be with me in my heart, thoughts and memories. I Love you so much and will miss you every single moment of every day.

  18. Sue and Steve Clark
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    For one of natures beautiful people, Linda.
    It has been over 20 years now since we met through Sandi and since that time you have been a part of my life, bringing sunshine and smiles wherever you went. Your love and caring for your beautiful sister Sandi was a joy to share and you encouraged everyone you met to embrace life, to be the best we could be through your enthusiasm. Bad times were to be got through with smiles and a hug. Life wasn’t the easiest for you and Gerry but you held each other close and faced it together. Then one day came the news which has taken you from us. Yet again, even with such a daunting outlook, you chose to embrace life as much as you could. You led by example. You were so loving and positive and always have time for your loved ones. You did this until finally it all became too much for you and after 7 years you traded your beanie for a halo and grew your wings. With your talent for art i am sure youhave the prettiest wings in heaven/ Go in peace Linda, you have inspired many people here on earth who will look aftr your family until you are reunited with them. Thank you for the inspiration you have given us all. Our love and deepest sympathy to Gerry, Chris, Renee, Rachael and Sandi. xxxxx

  19. Heather McClunie
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    Dearest Linda
    I didn’t know you for as long as many others but in the time I did, I could not be more inspired by you and have nothing but admiration for the way you handled such a despicable disease. You soldered on with a smile despite the toll the treatment was taking on you. That was an extremely selfless thing to do. I know your gorgeous family, friends and colleagues appreciated it very much.
    We had the pleasure of spending a night in the city last year with your sidekick Tracey, and it is one I will never forget. We even snuck an extra birthday in at the restaurant with a white lie. Your face when they brought the cake and sang happy birthday will forever make me smile.
    You may not be in our everyday lives any more but you will always be in our heart. Never to be forgotten. Deepest condolences to Gerry, Chris, Renee, Rachael and Sandi and not forgetting your pal Tracey Webber xxx

  20. Kerri Wallace
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    To Dear Linda,
    The courage and strength you have shown has been truly inspirational to us all. I will always remember you by your amazing smile even when you were going through the toughest times. I am sure you know Linda, I will always be beside Sandi and will look after her for you.

    Rest in Peace Beautiful Lady
    Forever in my Thoughts xxx

    Sandi, Gerry, Renee, Rachael and Chris my deepest heartfelt sympathy to you all xxx

  21. Cathy Rose
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    The caregivers from St John of God Berwick Hospital Day Oncology Unit send heartfelt condolences to Gerry and the family. Linda was a remarkable woman. She was courageous in the face of adversity, and always saw the positives in life. She was an inspiration to many. We will miss her.
    Cathy Rose, Pastoral Practitioner, on behalf of the team,

  22. Stuart Dunbar
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    To Dearest Auntie Linda,
    You are and have been my inspiration, my role model, my life coach.

    For as long as I can remember, I have been engulfed in your light.
    Your light which shines, love and positivity to everyone around you.

    In my life I was always looking up to you. Now your gone I will still be looking up to you through the stars.

    You have found peace but take comfort in knowing that your inspiration and morales will be carried out through your loving family.


  23. Michael Durkin
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    To Linda

    I met Linda at Chris Warne Pharmacy where we worked together on Friday nights for years. It was the highlight of my week to chat to someone so positive , open and honest. I then became he employer and she was a dream to work with always there to help , always calm ,funny and helping me navigate the world of being an owner without losing my mind.

    Her battles over the last 8 years only confirmed what a strong , positive fighter she was . She will be missed by all who knew her

    Michael and Klementine Durkin

  24. colin stocks
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    i knew you for only a short time but I am privileged to have known you , That bubbly personality and smile that I was expecting to see most Saturday mornings when you would catch up with your loving sister Sandi. I feel that you had a positive impact on all that you met just through your good nature and outlook on life. You can never be gone as you will live on in the heart and memories of everyone that knew you. you fought an awesome fight but now its time for you to rest . R.I.P Linda , fond memories forever.

  25. Malcolm Hunt
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    To Linda,

    A lovely lady full of the zest for life. You were a diamond in my brother’s life and a superb mother to Chris, Renee and Rachel. I will miss our chats. Your determination through the last few years of your life has been an inspiration to us all. You loved life and to eternal Life you go. Tread lightly into the blue yonder.

    Malcolm and Jin

  26. Trent & Nikki Saunders
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    We would like to send our condolences to Chris and the entire family and friends. Linda’s strength, courage and positive outlook on life is an inspiration to all. It was such a beautiful service, Linda would be so proud.

    Love always

    Trent & Nikki

  27. Anne Joynson
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    To Linda,
    I will miss you very much. I always enjoyed working with you. You could always brighten a day. A very touching funeral service with lovely tributes.
    My heartfelt condolences to all who will miss her

  28. Diane Martin
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    Linda, you touched many of us with your kindness and love. I am thrilled that I was invited to your 60th birthday party and loved your expression and laughter when I gave you all the Lolly bags I had made for you to give to your friends at your party. You were full of fun whenever I saw you. Much love to all your family & deepest condolences. Diane Martin x

  29. Kerry Clark
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    Linda we met through our beautiful friend Tracey. I remember the first time I met you at her house and thinking what an awesome person you were and by the end of the night felt we were friends too. John and I always enjoyed times spent with you and Gerry especially our cruise holiday. You always had time for everyone including my Mum and my kids whenever you saw them. I will cherish my painting and will think of you whenever I look at it. My heart goes out to Gerry and the kids. You will live on through them I’m sure. Rest In Peace beautiful lady ❤️

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