Linda Sue Schell

            Linda Sue Schell was born on September 15, 1963, in Lakewood, Colorado. She worked for the government for a total of 41 years and was just settling into retirement. Linda passed away on May 5, 2022, at her current home in Laramie, Wyoming.

Linda was happiest when she was shopping, journaling, arranging flowers, painting, coloring, reading, and spending time with her two children. She was a lover of purple and orange, fuzzy blankets, sunsets, laughter, REO Speedwagon, elephants, crab dinners, and cheesy hallmark movies. Anyone who knew Linda was touched by her kindness, humor, and big heart. Selflessness and generosity were two traits that highlighted her personality. She loved fiercely and deeply, and we can take comfort in knowing that Linda is now at peace surrounded by light and beauty.

She is survived by her daughter; Kacee, and her son; Johordan as well as the family and friends whose lives she touched. She was a bright spark and will be missed by many.

We will be celebrating the life of Linda at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 24, 2022, at St. Paul’s Newman Center in Laramie, Wyoming.

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Condolences (10)

  • Nikki Rogers

    Kacee and Johordan, May your memories bring you comfort. I am so truly sorry for your loss. You are in thought and prayer.

  • Kevin Garrison

    I am very sorry because Linda was a wonderful and kind woman. She welcomed me to Laramie and I enjoyed working with her so much. (I can still hear her infectious laugh.) :) Thank you for your service and I wish you all the best going forward. Much love from our family to yours.

  • Dianne Brown

    Linda as much as we all shall miss you we will always have unforgettable memories to carry through the rest of our days. I met you on the first day I arrived there at work....and we became friends. Over 15 years of lunches, bridal showers, a night partying at the Governors Mansion in Cheyenne, and conversations that left us in tears of laughter will never be forgotten. Mostly because you are one unforgettable lady. Your talents as an artist always left me at the things that you loved to do. Your gifts as a friend were always a blessing to me. Although deeply saddened that we will never be able to have another one of your favorite lunches, Mexican food, I will never be able to eat another plate of Mexican food without thinking about your smile across the table telling me some hilarious story and laughter. More than miss you dear friend......

  • Lyn Wolfe

    My condolences to Linda’s family. I am sorry for your loss. This has taken me a while to post…. My heart is heavy.. Linda and I became friends in third grade . There are so many happy and funny and great memories with this lady! Linda and I spoke through out the years but it never seems to be enough. We met for lunch one day and she had everyone in there laughing… that is who she was . Positive, fun loving, and sometimes (lol) brutally honest! RIP my friend I love you ❤️

  • Jen Travis

    What a beautiful and perfect way to remember Linda. She and I had some fun conversations over the years, and she was always so proud of Kacee and Johordan. She was a bright light with a smile and we were fortunate she gave all of us a part of her to take with us. Hold on to her memory so that we can continue to bring her with us. Sending strength to her whole family.

  • Charoltte Montoya

    My heart is saddened by this loss and my thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. Wishing you all peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. An old friend, Charlotte Montoya

  • Rhonda Boyd

    Linda was a bright spot for me when we worked together at the Forest Service. Her constant smile and cheery outlook always helped thru tough times. I was looking forward to seeing her more after her retirement and will miss that and our lunches together. She loved her kids dearly and spoke often about them, and I am sorry Kacee and Johordan for your loss. I will always remember her as my best FS friend and co-worker. Rhonda Boyd

  • Charles and Barbara Schell

    Kacee and Jorhordan , your Mom would be so proud of the beautiful memorial you have written about her life. I know you will miss her everday and so will we. Love you both

  • ShavonTheis

    Kacee and Johordan, I am so sorry for your loss. Sending hugs to you and comfort during the days ahead. Love you two, Aunt Shavon ❤

  • Laura and Elden Almendares

    Kacee , Johordan and family, I am so sorry for your loss. She will always be in the great memories you have of her. May you find comfort that she is Resting in Peace. Laura and Elden Almendares


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