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Linda Margaret Stevenson

Saturday , July 21, 2018 - 10:00 PM

July 25, 1943 ~ July 17, 2018

Linda Margaret Stevenson was born July 25, 1943, in Northampton, England. She passed away peacefully July 17, 2018.

She started school in Northampton and was a member of the Sea Cadets. In the early 60s, she became a student nurse at the Royal Hospital, Richmond Surrey in England.

She met and married Robin Stevenson October 2, 1965, in Northampton. She then graduated as a nurse in 1966, and was awarded the Bronze Medal in nursing, which was presented to her by Odette, who helped organize the French Underground Resistance in World War II.

After graduating with her nursing degree, she then went on to become a midwife. She worked as a midwife, doing home deliveries in Harrow, North West London.

In 1969, she gave birth to twins, Ian and Neil; and then, in 1977, she gave birth to Andrew. She loved motherhood and her boys were the highlight of her life.

In 1986, she moved with her family from London to Scotland when her husband, Robin retired from the Police Force. There they ran a care home for the elderly for about four years, and she continued to practice as a part-time nurse.

In 2001, they moved to the United States to help their son, Ian, whose wife was chronically ill, and to be close to their three sons who all lived in America.

She loved gardening and was looking forward to planting a beautiful garden in heaven. She was firm in her LDS faith. She was prepared to move on to the next life. She looked forward to a grand reunion with her family in the life to come.

Linda was a humble person and wanted a small private viewing with just her immediate family members.

Survived by husband, Robin Stevenson; three sons; nine grandchildren; and younger brothers, James and John Broughton, who live in England.

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