She may have only been 5 feet tall, but her presence was enormous: Linda was a firecracker. In a house with 5 males Linda had to be. Family was always priority one: she gave loving care to her parents until the end and from the time her boys were little she never missed a game. Linda even founded the Edgewater Park Suburban Soccer League. Of course it helped that she liked watching sports: Linda yelled at the Phillies through her T.V. She liked to shop a little; Kohls, Macys and Boscovs shares have plummeted this week. Regardless of how she was feeling, she always hosted the holidays. Though Linda was a great cook, her baking was even better. She made specialty cakes for all occasions. Linda had a green thumb, often bringing plants back from the dead. Her favorite plant, George, occupied half their living room. She passed on her love of gardening to her grandkids.
She was helping deliver newspapers with her brother when she encountered a young Noel Booth. When he returned from Vietnam, they wed. Their 46 year marriage was blessed by four boys: Christopher (Sonia), Erik, Jason (Dyan), and Michael (Kimberly); grandchildren, Tyler, Mallory, Abigail, Grayson, Christopher, Noah, Tiffanie and Larry; she is survived by her siblings, Kenneth (Cathy) Seibel, Kathy (the late, Norman) Goldstein, Keith Seibel and Kristine Conley. She was pre-deceased by her parents, Kenneth and Marie Seibel. She was also survived by her close friends Linda Seibel and Emanuela, and many nieces and nephews.
Come celebrate 64 great years Tuesday 7-9 p.m. and Wednesday 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at Sweeney Funeral Home, Beverly. Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday 11:00 a.m. at Corpus Christi Church, Willingboro. Interment Brig Gen Willian C. Doyle Cemetery, Wrightstown.