November 12, 1976 ~ December 13, 2020

Born in: Smithtown, NY
Resided in: Holtsville, NY

Beloved Wife of Michael.
Loving Mother of Ryan.
Adored Daughter of Richard & Barbara Miron.
Cherished Sister of Laura (Michael) Grossmann, Christopher (Elizabeth) Miron & sister-in-law of Kurt (Lauren) Pritscher.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to:
American Cancer Society & MSKC.Org

Services

Visitation: December 16, 2020 2:00 - 5:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A
MILLER PLACE, NY 11764


Second Visitation: December 16, 2020 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A
MILLER PLACE, NY 11764


Third Visitation: December 17, 2020 2:00 - 5:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A
MILLER PLACE, NY 11764


Fourth Visitation: December 17, 2020 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home of Miller Place
551 Route 25A
MILLER PLACE, NY 11764


Mass: December 18, 2020 10:30 am

Christ The King R.C. Church
2 Indian Head Road
COMMACK, NY 11725


Interment:

Holy Sepulchre Cemetery
3442 Rt. 112
CORAM, NY 11727


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Charities

The family greatly appreciates donations made to these charities in Linda M. Pritscher 's name.

American Cancer Society (Cancer.org)

P.O. Box 22478
Oklahoma City, OK 73123

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Guestbook

  1. candleMike and Ryan, Richie, Barbara Laura and Chris. Jody and and I are VERY SORRY to hear of Linda’s passing. May she rest easy and may the memories of her smile and humor assauge your anguish of her loss. Although the miles and COVID restrictions keeps us at distance. Our thoughts and deepest condolences are with you at this time

    Bill and Jody

  2. candleThe thought of her smile and her sunshine will warm our hearts forever, no matter how near or far!

    God Bless you dear Linda ♥️

  3. candleWe are sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all ♥️

    -Robert, Christine and Kerry

  4. She was an amazing person that I’ve known my entire life, I will miss you Linda, you were one of the good ones

  5. I am so sorry for Linda’s passing, I will forever remember her smile. My thoughts and prayers are with the whole family. May her memory be eternal.

  6. candleLinda always had a positive outlook on everything. A beautiful smile and heartwarming giggle. Her greatest legacy was her family whom she loved unconditionally. I will always admire her commitment to her family and her love for her son Ryan.

  7. Thank you for all the love and joy you brought me. Thank you for always cheering me on when I was advancing in my job and career path as an EMT. You were a light to everyone around you

  8. May Linda fly high with the angels and watch over all of you until we all meet in heaven. Her infectious smile and love for her family will be remembered by all she touched here on earth. Again we are so very sorry for your loss

  9. candleIt is with deep sadness we learn of your loss. Every day is a gift and you have been so blessed to have Linda in your lives. Our prayers are with you as you endure Linda’s passing, we know she is with Jesus and the communion of Saints but that Joy is diminished by the loss of her in our lives.
    Hold onto your faith and may it help you through this terrible loss, know that the lord is with us all.

  10. Such a profound loss! I was privileged to be Linda’s supervisor at Alternatives For Children for several years. Linda was a caring, kind, gentle soul who was beloved by so many children and staff. May Linda Rest In Peace and continue to bless and watch over her precious family!

  11. I am so very sorry to learn of Linda’s passing. Such a terrible loss. I pray that your family is comforted by God’s tremendous love and grace and keep you all in my heart.

  12. It is hard to believe Linda is gone. Such a sweet and loving sole. I will always remember her fondly. To Linda’s family I am sorry for this tremendous loss.

  13. In happier times I recall the children playing together–bright, carefree, dimpled smiles abounding. Linda was a special and gifted young woman whose presence reflected a joy-filled soul. Now, grief takes us to the place of “no words” where hollow emptiness seems to overtake the space in our hearts that once was so full. But our faith reminds us that God resides in that place, where Love defies definition and time. My prayer for the family and those who love Linda is that all may not be down at once, but rather, there is always one left to lift the other. As we go to God with the pain of our grief, may we be graced with her blessed memory and the realization that her spirit is ever with us–through her creative expression– her masterpiece being Ryan– and through her generous Love for Mike, family, and friends. May Linda’s legacy remind us that our hearts are no less full and that one day we will rejoice again in each other’s company. Until then, please know that you remain in our thoughts and prayers always, especially at this most difficult of times.

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