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Lynda Suzanne Weiss

Lynda Suzanne Weiss

Lynda Suzanne Weiss beloved wife of Kevin Weiss passed away peacefully at home and at her husband’s side June 10, 2021 after a long courageous and hard-fought battle with cancer.

Lynda was loved admired and an inspiration to all that knew her. We will miss Lynda’s beautiful heart, her courage, her positive attitude, her sense of humor and her ability to brighten any room.
Lynda is survived by her devoted loving husband Kevin, her daughter Vicki Lynn Leslie her son Gregory Donald Weiss her five grandchildren Mackenzie, Braden, Jordan, Connor and Josh. Lynda is also survived by her Mother Jay Gilbert and predeceased by her father Doug Gilbert, her brothers Kevin, Paul and Ross, her Aunt Patti, Uncles Ron (Betts), DJ and Brian (Bev). Lynda will also be forever remembered by her numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family and dear friends that supported her through this. (My thanks to all)

We will be having a celebration of life for Lynda at a future date to be announced. Condolences, memories, and photos may be shared and viewed on Lynda’s obituary at Simply Cremation.

The family would like to extend their heartfelt appreciation and thanks to Lynda’s family physician Dr. Mclurg, her oncologist Dr. Bernstein, the medical team and staff at the Victoria Cancer Agency and the supportive team at the Community Heath Palliative care.


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  • Silvana Lewis -

    I don’t even know where to start. Lynda was my closest and dearest friend when we lived in Calgary. We shared so many laughs together. Although we drifted apart, Lynda has always been dear to my heart. I have always loved you my sweet friend. I cant imagine how you are feeling Kevin. I still remember the first time we met….Kevin asked me to do a design consult at their home….they had the most beautiful cat, and when I said that…that was it. We became fast friends. I have a cat now and when I look at him, I think of that day. May you rest easy in the arms of God. You were an angel on earth. Love you so much.

  • Brian Francis and Bev Meehan -

    A couple of months before my 5th birthday I became uncle to Lynda. In my less than 5 year old mind, uncles were supposed to be old people, not kids. I was so proud to be Lynda’s uncle and made sure I told everybody I encountered. Heck, for a while my siblings referred to me as “unc”. Many years later I am still so proud to be Lynda’s uncle, and I am inspired and humbled by the way she showed so much courage and zest for life during her long and difficult battle with cancer. Her support and inspiration to other family members battling cancer, including my wife Bev, demonstrated how deeply she cared for others with her selflessness and compassion. Bev and I join Kevin, Jay and all of the family in celebrating her life and treasuring the memories of this very special person, and send our love to all of you. RIP Lynda.

  • Jan Mcleod -

    Dear brother Kevin, niece Vicky Leslie, nephew Greg Weiss, Jay Gilbert and Patti Beaudry, we are so very sorry for your loss of a dear wife, mother, daughter and niece. I have lots of memories of family dinners, laughter, cards, outings, getting stuck at Uncle Marcie’s farm, visits to the Island, out on the boat to name a few. Lynda, you will always be in our hearts and souls. May you rest in peace. Love Jan, Doug, Ian and Jordan.

  • Shirley Weiss -

    Deepest condolences to my son Kevin and grandchildren Vicki and Greg for the loss of a dear wife and mother. We had lots of good times and special memories together over the years which I will cherish. May you rest in peace Lynda. Love Mom (Shirley Weiss)

  • Theressa Meeder -

    I will forever miss Lynda. She was the aunt I wish I new my whole life. After my Auntie Carrie’s funeral I searched FB for all the wonderful people I met or who were related to my Auntie.
    I had no idea of all the people she had in her extended family and I was so touched by how much you all loved her.
    I remember the message from Lynda and though it may not seem like much to some people it, was a moment and a feeling I’ll never forget. Lynda did not know me when I message her. I was slightly nervous and I told her I hope she didn’t mind that I had added her on FB. That we didn’t grow up with grandparents or much family and she replied with “well you have a huge family now” ❤
    I cried. Lynda was so incredibly kind and supportive.Lynda was the fun loving friend and cousin my mom told me stories about. My mom always smiled when she talked about her cousin and that was a beautiful thing. Rest Easy Lynda. Love Theressa Meeder

  • Paula Moffat -

    I only met Lynda a few times, but will remember her courage and positive attitude forever. Rest In Peace, lovely lady

  • Joan and Warwick Brett -

    Dearest Lynda I truly wished we could have gone for another horse back ride Oh! Yes do your remember when we first met you and your lovely family. You were only a mere sixteen years old and right away we hit it off and the next thing I remember we were off to the races (riding horses). You and I were such avid animal lovers and did keep in touch for awhile. And then we heard that devastating news that you had cancer my God how you fought to get better a long ,long hard battle.
    You were so brave and courages Lynda but now the Angels have taken you away and that there will be no more suffering. God Bless and Rest In Peace.
    We are so honoured to have known you dear Lynda. Our Deepest Heart Felt Sympathy to Kevin,Dear Jay and Family.
    Always In Our Hearts,
    Joan and Warwick

  • Tracey Jolliff -

    My beautiful cousin you have gained your wings and will be soaring high, just like the dragonflies you loved. You have left behind a legacy of how to live your best life no matter what the circumstances.
    R.I.P beautiful Lynda

  • Karen Primrose -

    Lynda was my first sister-in-law. She welcomed me, cared for me and made my life fun. Camping trips in an old motor home to Old MacDonald Farm and eating foofies, trips to Mexico to sit in the sun, trips to LA to play in the water on really hot days, driving our matching Ford Fiestas in California….. gosh so many wonderful memories! All of them involved laughing. That’s my memory of Lynda that I will hold in my heart… her smile and her laugh. Lynda can now be at peace after her courageous battle where she never complained. She is in heaven with her dad and my dad, having a drink by the pool and sharing stories. Love you dear sister-in-law!

  • Karen Primrose -

    Linda was my first sister-in-law. She welcomed me, cared for me and made my life fun. Camping trips in an old motor home to Old MacDonald Farm and eating foofies, trips to Mexico to sit in the sun, trips to LA to play in the water on really hot days, driving our matching Ford Fiestas in California….. gosh so many wonderful memories! All of them involved laughing. That’s my memory of Linda that I will hold in my heart… her smile and her laugh. Linda can now be at peace after her courageous battle where she never complained. She is in heaven with her dad and my dad, having a drink by the pool and sharing stories. Love you dear sister-in-law!

  • Rob Francis -

    Linda I have known you a long time, aunt Patti and your mum Jay have told me that shortly after I were born you looked after me fed me I was your first cousin I guess,as I was not well at the time you already started caring,which you were only 3 or 4 years old. You have continued to care for people all the time, you are an inspiration of love to all. You and I have always been close even though we are in two different countries. Every time I came too Canada you and Kevin would welcome me with open arms and allow me too stay with you all many times and over the years we grew together, I felt more like a brother than a cousin. Your heart is pure and lots of people have been blessed by your love. I love you and I am going too miss you every day, along with all family and friends.
    Kevin my heart is with you always

  • Patti Beaudry -

    Kevin,Jay and family, I share your sadness and loss and am so sorry.
    Celebrate the life she fought so hard to have.

  • Patricia ( patti ) Beaudry -

    I first held you in my arms when you were 1 month old me 15,my first niece, over the years you became so much more than a niece, my bestest of friends, my other daughter, my mentor as you showed me how to stay alive and enjoy life when all the odds were stacked against you, you introduced me to the foul tasting “ Fat Tugg which we have enjoyed on many a sunny patio even shared in the rain, we have shared dreams, secrets ,laughter and sorrow,my life has been enriched by having you in it, I will miss you my Lyndie Sue and love and remember you for the remainder of my life,R.I.P. darling. Auntie Patti.

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