A funeral for Linda Bronson, 76, of Wesley, will be held Thursday at 11:00 AM at Good Hope Lutheran Church in Titonka. Her family will greet friends one hour prior to the service at the church on Thursday.
Linda Kay Bronson was born August 21, 1943 in Algona, daughter of Simon and Henryetta (Wagner) Ricks. She grew up in Titonka and graduated from Titonka High School. On June 15, 1963, she was united in marriage to Charles Bronson at the Good Hope Lutheran Church in Titonka. After their marriage they spent many years living in Titonka before later retiring and moving to Wesley.
Linda worked and a Nurse Aide for the Titonka Care Center retiring in August after 44 years. She enjoyed visiting with family and friends, traveling and going to eat and coffeeing. She also enjoyed quilting and sewing in Good Hope Church group, gardening and canning.
Linda died Friday, January 3, 2020 at the age of 76.
She is survived by a daughter, Amy and Brent Nelson of Fairmont, MN; a son, Scott Bronson of Clear Lake; sisters-in-law, Norma and Elaine Ricks of Titonka, Gloria Seefeld of Algona, and Shirley Thornsbury of Burlington; brother-in-law, Ron (Jan) Bronson of Mason City; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; her son, Steven Bronson; two brothers, Elmer and Melvin Ricks; and a sister, Anna (Tom) Potter.
Linda was always such a friendly face when our dad was in the care center. She always took the time to visit with him and made us feel that she truly cared. I am sure her gift of caring was felt by many.
Sorry for your loss of your mother Amy and Scott. Linda's devotion to her husband, family, and her job was incredible, and she endured some tough things in life with grace. We trust she is in heaven with her savior Jesus.
Linda was a classmate at Titonka High School. Linda was always very friendly and never knew a stranger. I enjoyed catching up when I came back home and visited relatives at the care center. You are now "completely" enjoying your retirement in Heaven! My deepest condolences to her family! Treasure your precious memories!
Linda was a HS classmate. She was always friendly and kind. She came to my brothers memorial service after not seeing her for decades. I will never forget that thoughtful moment. She is resting in Gods arms. God be with her family at this difficult time.
I attended Bible Circle with Linda in my "early" years at church. Always made me feel welcome and always had a smile. A very talented seamstress and a joy to be around. May God keep you close in His love.
RIP Linda. Worked many years with Linda. What a faithful person. Always remember on Sundays when she was working, Linda would call home to make sure her family was up and ready to go to church even though she wasn't able to join them. Faithful to God and those she cared for.
So very heart broken to hear of your loss. Working with her at the care center was fun. I always looked forward to seeing her. I loved that lady. God bless each of you & may you find comfort & peace.
I remember when Linda was a teenager and she would spend a week or so on our farm. I so looked forward to her visits. No matter if we were working, playing, or having a cup of coffee (not tea), I always enjoyed doing whatever she was doing. One summer while we were swinging from an old elm tree, we decided to make various geometric patterns while we were swinging. Unfortunately, Kathy got in between the board of the swing and the tree. Kathy needed several stitches and because Linda was there, Kathy got the scolding for not paying attention. May God be with you Linda and your family.
Linda has been our sister-in-law for 56+ years. We were married 2 weeks apart. We will miss having her in our lives, but so many good memories. So sorry, Amy and Scott.
The best mom anyone could ask for, I will miss her deeply. I love you mom!
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