Linda G. DeMeulenaere
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Linda G. DeMeulenaere , Age: 66
November 06, 1951 -- March 30, 2018

Linda Gail DeMeulenaere, 66, of Lenexa passed away on March 30, 2018 at the Olathe Hospice House with her family by her side. Linda was born November 6, 1951 in Kansas City, Kansas to Franklin and Delores (Short) King. She married Thomas DeMeulenaere, he survives of the home. She is also survived by her daughter Jeannie Partee, three grandchildren; Brittney, Branden, and Bryce Partee. One great grandchild Payton Partee. Her parents Franklin and Delores King, her sister; Deborah Lowe, brother in law Gary Lowe and family and her sister in law, Gladys Maurer and her family. Linda and Tom grew up together and were married for 48 years. She devoted her life to her husband Tom. She and Tom both retired from Honeywell after working there for 20 years. Linda enjoyed spending time with her family, shopping, jewelry, and watching movies. Linda always wore a ring that said “to thine own self be true”. Visitation and memorial service will be Friday, April 6, 2018 from 5 to 7 pm at the Porter Funeral Home and Crematory, 8535 Monrovia Street, Lenexa, Kansas 66215. Condolences may be left at www.porterfuneralhome.com.

Additional Service: Visitation
Location: Porter Funeral Home
Address: 8535 Monrovia St
City: Lenexa
State: Kansas
Zip Code: 66215
Date: April 06, 2018
Time: 05:00 pm
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Condolences

Nadine Redd April 05, 2018

Coworker Kansas City , Kansas

Jeannie' and your Dad, so sorry about your loss. I am so glad you both have each other now.


Melissa Koehn April 06, 2018

Friend Wichita , Kansas

Mr. DeMeulenaere and Jeannie, I was sorry to hear of Mrs. DeMeulenaere's passing. It is my hope that with time the pain of loss eases and the good memories of your lives together makes you smile as you remember. All the best to you at this difficult time.


Jeannie Partee April 06, 2018

Daughter Shawnee , Kansas

I love you mom. Today is so hard to say goodbye to you. I truly wish we had more time together. I will do my best to take care of dad but I know it won't compare to the job you've done. I will miss you.