A memorial fund has been established.
INTERMENT: At a later date.
Linda K. (Lincoln) Galusha, 61, of Gladstone, MO, formerly of Pacific Junction, IA, entered into rest on June 19, 2008 in Kearney, NE. She was the youngest girl born out of eleven children in the sand hills in Whitman, NE on October 19, 1946 to Merrill “Mike” and Hilka (Millsap) Lincoln.
Linda graduated from Kuna High School in Kuna, ID. She was united in marriage to Earl George Galusha on January 15, 1966 at the First Baptist Church in Glenwood, IA. To this union three children were born, Terrill, Jason and Tanya. The family resided in Pacific Junction while Earl was employed with Burlington Northern Railroad and the eggplant. His job took the family to Gladstone in 1976, where Linda remained after Earl passed away in 1998. She had many intermittent careers throughout her life beginning with providing daycare at LaPetite Academy, to managing a Kwik Shop, and earning her C.N.A. She was a licensed cosmetologist as well as a dietary manager at a care facility. She finished her career as co-manager at Fashion Bug. She thoroughly enjoyed traveling to see her family and friends. Linda took pleasure in reading, researching genealogy, loved being with her children and was a wonderful grandma.
Linda was preceded in death by her parents and husband. She is survived by her children; Terrill K. & husband James Seymour of Pacific Junction, IA; Jason & wife Mary Jo Galusha and their children Justin and Jaxson of Pacific Junction, IA; Tanya Galusha and fiancÌ© Rick Springer of Gladstone, MO; brothers and sisters; JoAnna & husband John Anderson of Polson, MT; Ben & wife Mary Ann Lincoln of Mercer, MO; Doris Larson of Caldwell, ID; Marlene & husband John Jones of Sun City, West, AZ; Mike & wife Micheal Lincoln of Silverdale, WA; Mary Lou Bush of Alliance, NE; Bob & wife Sheila Lincoln of Boise, ID; Carolyn & husband Jim Herridge of Lewiston, ID; David & wife Sheri Lincoln of Millard, NE; Eddie & wife Vicki Lincoln of Nampa, ID; Uncle E.E. “Jack” & wife Kathleen Lincoln of Bedford, IA; a multitude of nieces, nephews and a host of friends.
Visitation:Tuesday, June 24, 2008
212 South Locust
Service:Monday, June 23, 2008
212 South Locust