Linda Sue Augustin

12/18/1949 — 02/24/2005

From West, Richland, WA, US | Born in Kellogg, Idaho

Linda Sue Augustin

LINDA AUGUSTIN

Linda Sue GLOVER Augustin, died February 24, 2005 at her home in West Richland, WA. Born December 18, 1949 in Kellogg, ID to Charles N. & Rose Glover. In her early years she moved to Sultan, WA where she attended grade school. Her High School years she attended Liberty High School in Spangle, WA where she graduated in 1968. After graduation she attended College at SSCC in Spokane where she participated in the Drama Dept creating sets and later worked with the Opera in Seattle and New Mexico. 
She met and married Spike Augustin and later divorced. In 1976 she went to work at GTE now known as Verizon in Coeurd’Alene, ID as a Telephone Operator. She worked several positions within the company and in 1995 she transferred to Kennewick, WA as an Analytical Assistant and later became a Facilities Technician.
She is survived by her Son and Daughter-in law Chris & Melissa Sevilla Augustin of Lakewood, WA; One Granddaughter, Imee Joy Augustin; One Grandson, Christopher Anthony Augustin both of Lakewood, WA. One Aunt, Helen Lholka, Spokane; 2 Brothers, Wayne Glover, Spokane; Larry & Barbara Crowell, Wyoming; 3 Sisters, Sandy & Jay Belnap, Paula Lukas, Cindy & Tad Thompson all of Coeurd’Alene.
She was preceded in death by her father and two brothers Ron Glover and Jamie Glover.

Memorial Services will be at 3:00PM Saturday March 5, 2005 at Einan’s Funeral Home, Richland, WA Pastor Darrel Johnson presiding.

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  • Linda was 2 classes ahead of me at Liberty high,BUT we all New her very well as she was active in plays,& band she always made us laugh she will be truly miss to all at liberty MY deapest sympathys go out to the family she will be looking down at you always

    Gloria Johnsonpoetter
    November 4, 2014
    Spokane, WA, US
  • Linda was 2 classes ahead of me at Liberty high,BUT we all New her very well as she was active in plays,& band she always made us laugh she will be truly miss to all at liberty MY deapest sympathys go out to the family she will be looking down at you always

    Gloria Johnsonpoetter
    November 4, 2014
    Spokane, WA, US
  • Chris and Melissa,

    I was very sorry to hear about your mother’s passing. I worked with your mom at Verizon in Coeur d’Alene and later in Kennewick until I retired two years ago. I will always remember Linda with all her stories and how she could make you laugh hystarically and how proud she was of both you and her grandchildren. My heartfelt sympathy to you and your family for your loss. Linda was truly a great lady and will be missed by many who knew her. May God bless all of you! Ronnie Hunter

    Veronica Hunter
    November 4, 2014
    Vancouver, WA, US
  • Sorry to hear the loss of Linda, she will truely be missed by all. I am a “68” Liberty Graduate so I also went to school with her. She was always active in many things.

    Anna Marie Poetter Cassell
    November 4, 2014
    Kennewick, WA, US
  • Linda was a classmate, and very good friend from Liberty High School. Although I had not kept in touch with her within the past 10-15 years, I still considered her a great friend. We were in a small group, both “guys” and “girls” that hung out together a lot in high school, and she most often was the instigator of a lot of the things we did. She was fun, “loud”, and an excellent friend. She helped out a lot in our school plays, both being in the plays, as well as helping the drama teacher in a lot of aspects of the plays.

    One of the fun things we did that I will never forget, is the time that Linda, and several other friends decided to walk from Fairfield to Liberty, which was probably 8-10 miles. We got up early in the morning, and took off….we didn’t take the main road…we took the route of the train tracks, thinking it would be shorter. We made it, but we were tired, hungry and thirsty!

    I just want to extend my deepest sympathies to her family, especially son, Chris and his family. Also, would like to hear more about Linda’s time in the Tri Cities.

    Again, I’m very sorry for this loss. It was shocking and very sad when I heard this news.

    Bonnie Walker Bareither

    Bonnie Walker
    November 4, 2014
    Spokane, WA, US
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