Linda Maria Cincinelli Coffland

Linda Maria Cincinelli CofflandLinda Maria Cincinelli Coffland
Linda passed away peacefully and gracefully on Feb. 20, 2010.  She lived a joyous life of 63 years and openly shared her love and friendship with everyone.   Although she lived with cancer the last 10 years of her life she had no fear of passing.  Her outlook was always positive and she treated each day as a blessing.
Linda was born and raised in an Italian family in Chicago and graduated from the University of Illinois, where she met her future husband, Brooks Carlton Coffland.  Linda and Brooks married in Los Angeles on July 5, 1969. They lived 4 years in Los Angeles, 4 years in San Jose and then moved to the Seattle area in 1977.
Linda is survived by her husband, Brooks; her 3 sons Ryan Lee Coffland, Daryl Brooks Coffland and Kevin Wesley Coffland; her grandson Luke Richard Coffland; her daughters-in-law Marie Dolores Coffland and Tara Brooke Coffland; Brooks’ mother Martha Jane Coffland and Linda’s brother Ralph Louis Cincinelli.
The Memorial Service for Linda will be held on February 28, 2010 at First United Methodist Church of Bellevue, 1934 108th Avenue NE, Bellevue, WA at 4:00 PM.  A reception at the church will follow the service.

Flowers can be sent to the church or donations in lieu of flowers may be made to:

Puget Sound Affiliate of   Susan G. Komen for the Cure
112 5th Ave. North
Seattle WA 98109

3 Responses to “Linda Maria Cincinelli Coffland”

  • Ed Sherlock says:

    Brooks and family: I am so very sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. Annie told me of your loss and I wanted you to know that Linda and you are in our thoughts and prayers. Although we haven’t kept in touch over the years, I think of our friendship, dinners, and fun times in California and Seattle more often than you would guess. Linda was a fun person, a good friend, and a special mom. God bless and God speed to you, Linda. Ed and June Sherlock, Tucson AZ

  • Sally Gregg says:

    Dear Brooks and family: Your hearts must be broken. Know that I am holding you close in my prayers. Linda was such a bright light, and always so warm, upbeat, and ITALIAN! I loved that about her. I know you will miss her beyond words. I hope you will take comfort from the many people who are sharing your sorrow, and in the years of wonderful memories you have. It was a pleasure and blessing to know Linda, and have shared some Christmas spirit with you all over the years.

    Sally Gregg

  • Kathleen Bonney says:

    This is a beautiful photo of Linda and captures her so wonderfully. I really liked the obituary you wrote. I am going to miss her so much – she was always a delight. I am so thankful that we have got to spend so many times together over the past years and I will cherish those memories. God Bless you and your wonderful family.
    Kathy Bonney

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