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Linda Woodbury

November 16, 1931 — February 7, 2023

Hot Springs

Linda Woodbury

Linda Rosemarie Dixon Woodbury joined her husband on February 7 2023. She looks
forward to seeing her son, Scott Robert, and her parents George and Betty Dixon. Linda was
born in Oak Park, Illinois and spent most of her childhood in Bensenville, Illinois.
Survivors include: children – Susan Woodbury, Brian (Liz) Woodbury, Keith Woodbury,
and Kim Woodbury Invergo (Joe); Daughter-in-law Laurie Huber Woodbury; Sister-in-law Anna
Parker, brother-in-law Bill (Milagros) Woodbury. Grandchildren – Jason (Elizabeth) Woodbury,
Ryan (Rosie) Woodbury, Ethan (Alyssa) Woodbury, Kelsey Woodbury, Alyssa Invergo, Joe
Invergo, Dan (Eileen) Stevenson; great grandchildren – Robert, Christopher, Elena, Ava, Ella,
Sadie-Grace, Noah, and Colin, Emmanuel and Clara. Preceded in death sister-in-law Gwen
Havelin, preceded in death brother-in-law James Parker.
Linda was a graduate of the University of Dubuque and took post graduate courses at
Governors’ State University at University Park, Illinois. She taught school for three years before
raising her five children. Having and bringing up her five children were the most important
events of her life.
Before coming to Hot Springs, for several years she edited the South Suburban Literacy
Volunteers of America Newsletter. Linda taught English as a Second Language as a member of
that organization.
As a member of Faith United Methodist Church, she enjoyed singing in the choir and
receiving spiritual guidance and uplift. Also, she enjoyed attending performances at the Pocket
Theater and the Muses. Highlights of Linda’s life in Hot Springs were memberships: in the
Poets’ Roundtable, the Fraternal Order of the Eagles, the Hot Springs Carousel Readers Theater,
and playing the part of the Russian in “You Can’t Take it with You” at the Pocket Theater.

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