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Linda Jean FitzHenry
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In memory of
Linda Jean FitzHenry
Linda Jean FitzHenry Indio - Linda Jean FitzHenry was born in Indio March 4, 1948 and grew up on her grandparent's grape ranch on Jackson St. in Coachella. She graduated from Coachella Valley High School in 1966. She started her first job at J.C. Penny and purchased her first car as a result. Linda then went to work at the Auto Club of Southern California where she was an executive secretary for 46 years. She took great pride in her personal appearance and her calming disposition. Linda passed away in Rancho Mirage, Ca. on March 19, 2020. Linda married the Love of Her Life Jon FitzHenry on July 3, 1971 and were married 48 years, having been together over 50 years. She married Jon and his business FitzHenry Funeral Home serving together for 30 years. Linda is survived by her husband Jon her son Jonny and daughter Jeana, and their spouses Cindy and James, and three grandson's James II, Jonathan and Justin. Linda enjoyed weekend jaunt's to Little Indio in Oceanside to just cool down, visit friends, have holiday parties and of course go to Robertos for some Mexican food. After selling her home in Bermuda Dunes she and Jon moved to Rancho Casitas and became active in their mobile home community and events, celebrating various holidays and tasty Tuesdays, as well as pot lucks. Joining a close net group of friends and neighbors to visit and enjoy each others company. Many thanks to our friends and neighbors for always being with us. Private graveside services were held at the Coachella Valley Cemetery on Monday, March 23, 2020. In lieu of flowers, send donation to Eisenhower Lucy Curci Cancer Center 39000 Bob Hope Drive Rancho Mirage, Ca. 92270. Entrusted to the care of FitzHenry-Wiefels Indio
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83057 Requa Avenue
Indio, CA 92201
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In memory of
Linda Jean FitzHenry
Linda Jean FitzHenry Indio - Linda Jean FitzHenry was born in Indio March 4, 1948 and grew up on her grandparent's grape ranch on Jackson St. in Coachella. She graduated from Coachella Valley High School in 1966. She started her first job at J.C. Penny and purchased her first car as a result. Linda then went to work at the Auto Club of Southern California where she was an executive secretary for 46 years. She took great pride in her personal appearance and her calming disposition. Linda passed away in Rancho Mirage, Ca. on March 19, 2020. Linda married the Love of Her Life Jon FitzHenry on July 3, 1971 and were married 48 years, having been together over 50 years. She married Jon and his business FitzHenry Funeral Home serving together for 30 years. Linda is survived by her husband Jon her son Jonny and daughter Jeana, and their spouses Cindy and James, and three grandson's James II, Jonathan and Justin. Linda enjoyed weekend jaunt's to Little Indio in Oceanside to just cool down, visit friends, have holiday parties and of course go to Robertos for some Mexican food. After selling her home in Bermuda Dunes she and Jon moved to Rancho Casitas and became active in their mobile home community and events, celebrating various holidays and tasty Tuesdays, as well as pot lucks. Joining a close net group of friends and neighbors to visit and enjoy each others company. Many thanks to our friends and neighbors for always being with us. Private graveside services were held at the Coachella Valley Cemetery on Monday, March 23, 2020. In lieu of flowers, send donation to Eisenhower Lucy Curci Cancer Center 39000 Bob Hope Drive Rancho Mirage, Ca. 92270. Entrusted to the care of FitzHenry-Wiefels Indio
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FitzHenry - Wiefels
83057 Requa Avenue
Indio, CA 92201
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