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1946 Ermalinda 2021

Ermalinda Jean Echevarria

November 14, 1946 — January 12, 2021

Ermalinda “Linda” Jean Echevarria

Born on November 14, 1946 in Ogden, UT at the St. Benedicts Hospital to Francisco Aguilera and Flossie Arellano

Married John Echevarria in 1961 in Santa Barbara California

Siblings were Eddie Gallegos, Donald Gallegos, Dorothy Gallegos (Morelli), Lupe Gomez & Marlene Child

Children John (mijo) Echevarria, Rose Anne Echevarria, Sal Echevarria, Petra Echevarria and Frank Echevarria.

Many grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.

Her favorite color was Lavender and she loved Betty Boop. She adored all her furry companions Diamond, Patron, Pepito and Chloe.

Linda enjoyed spending time with her family & friends, she loved to sing and dance and listen to her oldies. She was a very giving and loving person who would help or feed anyone in need, You never left her house on an empty stomach especially when she made homemade tortillas and her famous red chile.

Linda was loved by many, if you knew her you knew that she was a loving, free spirited, beautiful lady.

She will be greatly missed but never forgotten. “I will love you more than yesterday, but not as much as tomorrow” Until we meet again, we love you Today, Tomorrow and Always.

The family would like to extend a special thanks to Richelle Fernandez for the time she took to love and care for our beloved Linda.


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Saturday, January 23, 2021

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