Webster, NY – Passed away on May 21, 2022. Predeceased by her parents Lawrence and Doris Budynski. Survived by her husband Joseph; sister Jean Kyper; nieces April House, Danielle Kyper and Rachel Stokes; as well as a brother and sisters-in-law and their children.
Linda was a kind and gentle person with a caring heart. She was a loving wife, daughter and granddaughter who always put others’ needs ahead of her own. Linda was a devoted caregiver to her grandparents and her mother over time. She had a love for animals and had many pets over the years that were very special and dear to her heart. She enjoyed feeding the birds and watching the wildlife in the yard. Linda was also an excellent cook, gardener and homemaker who found happiness in the joys of a simple life in her family home.
A private family gathering will be held to celebrate Linda’s life. Those wishing to honor Linda’s love for animals may donate to any of the following organizations in her memory: Joyful Rescues, Verona Street Animal Rescue or Rescue Treasurers Pet Adoption.
Do not stand at my grave and weep,
I am not there, I do not sleep.
I am in a thousand winds that blow,
I am the softly falling snow.
I am the gentle showers of rain,
I am the fields of ripening grain.
I am in the morning hush,
I am in the graceful rush
Of beautiful birds in circling flight,
I am the star shine of the night.
I am in the flowers that bloom,
I am in a quiet room.
I am in the birds that sing,
I am in each lovely thing.
Do not stand at my grave and cry,
I am not there. I do not die.
Wishing you and the family peace and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.
Joe, My Condolence to you for Linda she will always be in your heart forever and your times together will be cherished for many years. Praying for you and your family through this difficult time.
Fly high Linda. Your kindness will be missed greatly ❤️
Oh what I wouldn’t give to turn back the clock, and be a little girl and gather around your table, Aunt Linny. You were an incredible Aunt. I always left your home with a full belly and a full heart.
Too fast, too soon, too sad. I am regretting that I never took time to visit my friend and sister-in-law more than I did. I will miss your smiling presence at our holiday gatherings.
Joe, no words can console your loss. Linda was a kind and giving heart. She will be greatly missed.
Always remembered. FLY HIGH WITH YOUR NEW WINGS LINDA
Uncle Joe, may the Lord fill you with a strength and peace that only He can during this time. Love you.
Aunt Linda, I will always remember us nieces and nephews coming over when we were little and all of the girls trying on your variety of high heels, feeling so beautiful in them because they were yours. I will always remember our talks in the kitchen. But I will mostly always remember your beautiful heart, kindness, and understanding towards others. You will be truly missed. Love you.
Aunt Linda. Life just isn’t fair. I wish I could have told you so many things. Mostly about how much I loved you. How because of you I love shoes and makeup. How everything in my kitchen is blue bc it reminds me of your kitchen. How no matter how long it was I was able to still remember your voice and your smile.
Uncle Joe when your ready I want a hug. I want to sit and chat and take about Aunt Linda and all of the memories. I can’t begin to understand the pain you are feeling but you don’t need to do it alone. I love you I always have.
I grew up across the street from her and I remember her kindness. Sending love and light to the family.
Joe, Losing Linda is losing a piece of your life and you will never feel the same again. Linda was Sunshine! Her amazing spirit and loving kindness made her a treasure. The way she lived her life taught us how sharing Love makes a big difference and gives joy to the people around us. Linda told me that you were her only reason for living, you made her important. Your loving care kept her happy and safe. Cling to your memories of the Joy, Love and Laughter you shared. Our lives change but true Love stays behind forever. The secret to Happiness is Love. With Sympathy and Love, Judy
I wish I had the right words for you Joe. Linda was a great woman who was loved and respected by all that knew her, we will all miss her. Your friends will always be there for you bro!
I have fond memories of Aunt Linda. She always made me feel welcome and she was always so sweet to my children, her great-niece and great-nephews. I know I will see her again.
Yes, we are fully confident, and we would rather be away from these earthly bodies, for then we will be at home with the Lord.
2 Corinthians 5:8 NLT
Linda a loving and gentle soul. You will be missed. Thank you for our family memories. You will awaken to a beautiful peaceful paradise earth young and healthy. Jesus has promised. 🙏
This life is not the end we will all live again, but all to often the wait can seem “O” so long. The Love that you have shared and memories that you cherish will help you through until one day we ourselves go to our eternal home.
Joe Linda lived a life of love and had faith in God through our Lord Jesus. Keeping you in prayer my friend through this hard hard time. If you need help with anything please let me know!
All of these great messages show how much she will be missed and the legacy she leaves behind. I always remember her as having a kind heart with nothing but kind words. Anyone who knew her was aware of her love for animals. She leaves a big void in the lives of people who knew her. You two made a great couple and that is difficult to find. Our sincerest love to you and your family at this time.