Rochester, NY: December 17, 2022 at the age of 78.
Linda is predeceased by her parents Walter and Virginia W. Seegler, daughter; Lisa E. Lamere, son; Shawn Johnroe. Brother-in-law; Ray Brosseau, Sister; Patricia Buehlman. Her loving husband; James F. Brosseau. She is also predeceased by her first husband; Louis A. Johnroe.
She is survived by her brother; John (Lorie) Seegler, brother-in-law; Lynn Buehlman, sister-in-law; Donna Brosseau, daughter; Holly A. Johnroe, son; Andy P. Johnroe (Barb) , stepchildren, Dawn McIntyre, Dorothy Brosseau, James Brosseau Jr. Nieces and Nephews; Laurie Betts (Glenn), Julie (Royal) Curtis, John (Gail) Seegler, Suzanne VanDamme, Tim Seegler, Michael Satter, Brad Seegler, 7 granddaughters, 9 grandsons, 7 great-grandchildren, several cousins, as well as many wonderful friends and neighbors.
She was an avid gardener and bird watcher which was passed on to her son Andy. She loved shopping with her daughter and would do so almost every day. They also loved watching the Buffalo Bills together.
She loved spending time on her porch, where she would chat with her neighbors, enjoy her coffee, play solitaire, and most of all, gather with family and friends!
Her Memorial Service will be held at Living Water Christian Fellowship, 1440 East Ridge Road, Rochester, NY 14621 on January 7, 2023 at 11 AM. A lunch to follow.
In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made in Linda’s memory to:
Tunnel to Towers Foundation
2361 Hylan Blvd
Staten Island, NY 10306
May Mom Rest In Peace Andy And Barb.Im Sorry To Hear This My Friend.
Thank you Barry ❤️
May God bless you during this time and grant you love and strength … keep your mom in your heart and talk about her with lots of love and laughter always and she will live on thru you… love, Aunt Mary
Thank you Aunt Mary, we love you ❤️
Linda was “sweet” with a “heart” to match! Worked with her at the Forsyth law office in the 90ies.. All the girls in our dept would get together at her house on Meigs St and have lunch on her “porch”. She wld always keep us posted on her Daughter, Holly and Son
Sorry for your loss as it was a joy knowing and having Linda in my dept and all of our lives at that time.
I remember walking down Cayuga Street as a young boy going to school. I passed a kind old couple who sat on their porch almost daily and greeted me with a smile and good morning. Little did I know that their granddaughter would become a childhood friend. Linda was her mother. I enjoyed many childhood memories at their home on Pembroke Street with Lisa Holly and Andrew. Eventually Walt and Virginia Seegler treated me like one of their own grandchildren. Lisa was a big part of my teenage and adolescent years until she left us early. I miss Walt and Virginia. I miss Lisa. I remember sitting with Linda recently on that same porch on Cayuga Street reminiscing about my wonderful memories of youth and how she and her family were such a big part of my life in my youth.
Linda I will miss you and while you left us too soon. You will live on in my heart and memories. Thanks for loving me like one of your own. May the Lord greet you at the pearly gates and give everyone a hug for me.
I am so very sorry to hear of Linda’s passing.
I have known Linda most of my life and have many fond memories of her. She was my favorite Girl Scout Leader growing up and she spoiled me during those amazing years. Even though we didn’t keep in touch on a regular basis, we would connect occasionally. RIP my beautiful friend. I will always have a special place in my heart for you. I love you!!