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Linda Domingos Jul 01, 1921 - Apr 06, 2017

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Michael J. Costa says:

Submitted on: Apr 10, 2017

Luisa and I offer all the family our sincere condolences and sympathies. Watching Tia dancing at Julie's wedding made me envious of her energy. She's walking with Jesus now and cooking for angels.


Camille & Matt says:

Submitted on: Apr 10, 2017

We miss you already, TT, but know that you are with Tio, Aunt Mary and Uncle Joe. They are all up there together eating the world's best rice pudding.


Joseph Costa says:

Submitted on: Apr 10, 2017

So many memories of a childhood enriched by the frequent visits with Tia Linda. From that time to the last occasion I had the privilege of dancing with her at her grand daughters wedding, Tia Linda projected an overwhelming positivity and truly caring and spiritual soul. My deepest sympathies to all who are experiencing this loss.


Bill pitts says:

Submitted on: Apr 09, 2017

Lisa you are in my prayers


Ron and Judi Caron says:

Submitted on: Apr 09, 2017

We will miss having dinners with Linda and her daughter Louisa and son in law Malcolm whenever she came to Dover. She looked forward to Judi slipping chocolates to her.


Linda Domingos

1921 - 2017

Linda joins her husband Joseph in heaven at the age of 95. She was born in Solvay, NY to Joseph and Maria Lopes. At the age of 4, her father died in a work related accident. Linda’s mother and her 2 siblings were forced to return to Portugal. She returned to America at the age of 17, working in NYC, Baltimore, and then Chester aided by caring relatives. In 1942, she married Joseph Domingos who then was drafted in to the Army in 1943.

Upon his discharge in 1946, they settled in Linwood where she raised her family. Linda was a beloved member of the Portuguese-American community known for her great meals, picnics, and her tremendous charity to her relatives.

For years, she cooked lunch for the Holy Saviour nuns and was a lifelong member of the church. Linda had a strong network of friends that she met through the Lower Chi Senior Citizens group.

In 1951, she took her kids (Louise and Frank) back to Portugal for a 3 month visit. She saw her mother for the first time in 13 years. Linda was a very social, charitable, kind to all people, and energetic. This energy and love of life she kept almost up to her passing.

Linda was predeceased by her parents, her loving husband Joseph and her siblings – Joseph, Maria, and Augusto.

She will be remembered and missed with great love by her children Frank (Jan), Luisa (Malcolm) Long and her Grandchildren, Susan, Joe, Julie (Michael) Flannery, Lisa Carroll, as well as her extended family and friends.

VISITATION: Wednesday from 8:30 - 9:45 am at St. John Fisher Church, 4225 Chichester Ave., Boothwyn. FUNERAL MASS: Wednesday at 10:00 am at St. John Fisher Church.  BURIAL:  Immaculate Heart of Mary Cemetery, Linwood. Memorial donations may be made  to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Box 60, Memphis, TN 38101 www.stjude.org or to the Alzheimer’s Association at www.alz.org.

Service Location

St. John Fisher Church

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Begins: Apr 12, 2017 10:00am - 10:45am

4225 Chichester Ave.

Boothwyn, PA 19061

Cemetery Location

Immaculate Heart Of Mary Cemetery

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Apr 12, 2017 11:15am - 11:30am

1701 Market Street

Linwood, PA 19061

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