In Memory

Linda Ball

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10/14/10 08:22 PM #1    

Bruce MacGowan

Linda was an exquisitely lovely young girl,  and many  boys  at Redwood,  (including myself!)always found her a  sweet,  attractive  young lady.  I was so sad when I read the news in the paper back in 1974 that Linda had been killed in a  train accident during a trip to Europe.

I remember Linda being one of the homecoming princesses  during  the homecoming football back in the fall of 1969.  Such a bright,  beautiful young woman who carried herself with dignity, style and grace.  Such a sad loss!

10/02/21 09:14 PM #2    

Stephen Friend

10/02/21 09:17 PM #3    

Stephen Friend

Marvelous Marin, These are the fabulous Redwood Cheer leaders, they were absolutly fantastic at getting the spirit motivated at the Redwood game's...but I'd like to focus on my good friend on the top right Linda Ball, sadly she has been gone for year's but not forgotten! She was in Europe on a graduation trip, while changing trains at the last minute, the train begin to move and just as she stepped off, her backpack strap got caught, and she was injured as the train took off and picked up speed. Her sister Leslie was with her when she very, very sad! Linda always looked for the very best in everyone, she lived in Kentfield Gardens, Linda and her sister Leslie lived down the street from my good friend Craig Danford, we used to all hang-out at Linda's house. Linda Ball had the most bubbly fun loving personality, she always had something going on, she was very beautiful and very popular, when you were around Linda you couldn't help but to smile...I can go on and on, but I would love you to share your fabulous stories about our "marvelous friend Linda"...letting her know she will truly never be forgotten! ❤

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