Lynda Gayle Pages

By December 23, 2012 Obituaries

Lynda Gayle Pages, 61 of Summerville died on Wednesday.  Ms. Pages had worked as a nurse.  Arrangements are pending at Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation & Burial Services.

14 Comments

  • Maria Lundell says:

    My Friend, You were that rare ray of sunshine that comes into once life. Our friendship was brief but deep. You were my oaisis at work. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. I will miss you.

    • keith says:

      Thanks for sharing your feelings. Lynda was my sister in law and i loved her very much. She was special and like no one I”ve ever met.

      this is my correct email

    • diane (lynda's sister) says:

      Hi Maria. I hope you respond to this post…

      I’ve been in Summerville for several weeks, taking care of things for my mom. We weren’t sure who knew and who we needed to contact. I have her phone contacts and saw your name and a few others I know she spoke to or texted, but I’d really like to know who still needs to be told. If you could call me, I could ask about some of those that maybe you know as well. My mother is planning a memorial service, but it still may be a few weeks, maybe in March. Of course, we want as many people as possible to know what happened, so they have the opportunity to attend if they want to. I’m back in NE at the moment, but am returning to SC in another week.

      Im so glad you were her friend, I know she had only started her job and was anxious about it. I’m glad you shared that time with her and that you made that time more enjoyable for her.
      Please call. 603-475-5591

      • Diane Vendryes says:

        Diane:

        I knew Lynda for 5 years when I worked with her at Fellowship House in Miami. A kinder, sweeter woman I have yet to meet. I only just heard about Lynda’s death and the awful circumstances. All of the patients at FH loved her — you couldn’t help that. Her beauty was inside and out. I wish more of us who worked at FH had heard in time for the service; I would like to have been there — and I can count many others who would too, had we known.

        Please accept belatedly my sincerest condolences for yourself and your family. Lynda will remain deeply loved by many. I will keep your family in my thoughts and prayers.

        Warmly,

        Diane M. Vendryes

        • diane (lynda's sister) says:

          Hi Diane,

          Thank you for your phone call and the message you left here. As you can imagine, we have all been working on recovering from this sad chapter in our lives. I was able to work through some of my shock and grief by cleaning out her house, carefully tending to all her belongings, her life. Her son, Jonathan, is her sole heir and is living in Sarasota with his dad. He wasn’t interested in keeping the house (understandably), so my brothers and I decided who would take what, trying to keep in mind what she would have wanted. Jonathan took only a few items from the house, but many, many pictures – kept through all the years of their family life.
          Her service was lovely, and I can send you the memorial card and service bulletin. If you would like them, please send me your email/physical address.

          Thanks for your kind words; they brought tears to my eyes.

          Sincerely, Diane

  • keith says:

    Thanks for sharing your feelings. Lynda was my sister in law and i loved her very much. She was special and like no one I”ve ever met.

  • Marion E Johnson says:

    Lynda though I only knew you for a brief period of time you will be missed. Thanks for your help and support and being kind and considerate. Heartfelt prayers go out to the family.

  • Amy Sellers says:

    To a dear friend, you will be missed.

  • Abbey Friedman says:

    I was Lynda’s boss at Fellowship House in South Miami. I am stunned. She was such a sweet soul. May she rest in peace.

  • diane (lynda's sister) says:

    A Memorial Service will be held by the family
    at 3pm on Saturday, Feb, 23rd at Boone Hill United Methodist Church in Summerville, SC.
    All who wish to attend are welcome.

  • Diane Vendryes says:

    Goodbye my friend. I see you out there smiling ….

  • Kalina says:

    Hello Diane,
    I don’t have the words what to say. I am so sorry to hear of Lynda’s death. I was going through my facebook and just read this message of her passing. Lynda was my boss at Fellowship House but sheas was the maid of honor in wedding and a great friend. Please know that she will be missed. So sorry I did not know about her passing. I send my regards to you and your family.
    Kalina

  • Kalina says:

    Diane, I would like to speak with you to you to know how to pray for you and your family, I wish I would have been able to attend her memorial. I will miss her. I hope is ok to call you.
    Sincerely,
    Kalina Martinez,
    Charlotte NC

    • diane (lynda's sister) says:

      Hi Kalina,
      Thank you for reaching out. It’s always welcome to hear about the friendships she had, and the impact her life had on those she knew. I saw pictures of you when I was looking through her piles of pictures, I could tell you must have been special to her by the happiness showing in her face. I’m sorry I didnt know how to reach everyone she knew…one of many sadnesses about her unexpected death. I miss her every day and I will
      never get over the loss of such a big part of my life as she always was, and I guess she still is – and will always be. You can email me and I will send you a memory card and program from her service.

      God Bless,
      Diane
      [email protected] ‘t