Linda Beckman Obituary, Death Cause – The conclusion that Linda Beckman’s life was prematurely terminated has been reached.She made the decision to retire in the year 2008 due to the deterioration of her health, which led to her decision. During the time that she spent in Northfield, Linda was active in the Girl Scouts and attended services at St. John’s Lutheran Church.
In her early years, Linda was an engaged participant in the Girl Scouts organization. Her go-to pastimes were the crafting of one-of-a-kind greeting cards and various sorts of handiwork, especially needlepoint. She was well-known for the warm and kind character of her personality in addition to the varied collection of skills that she possessed.
She started her college education in Golden Valley and spent the first two years of that there as well, attending classes there. After spending some time working at her father’s dealership for Rider Allis Chalmers, Linda eventually moved on to work in the real estate office that was owned by her father. Her father had been in the real estate business for many years.
A lot of her loved ones, including her husband Donovan, her daughter Tammy (Jay) Lazar, her son Todd Beckman, her grandkids Mazen and Toren Lazar, her sister Sara (Jim) Otto, her brother Dale Syverson, and a number of nieces and nephews, were able to carry on after she passed away. Dale Syverson, who was her brother, passed away before she did. Before Linda left, both of her parents and one of her kids, Laura Mae, had already moved out of the family home. Donations made in memory of loved ones who have passed away can be made either to the Wangen Prairie Lutheran Church or to a charitable organization of the donor’s choosing. Both of these options are appropriate memorial destinations.