In Memory

Linda Chojnacki

Linda Chojnacki

Linda Chojnacki 1955 ~ 2007 Linda Chojnacki, age 51 died Monday February 5th 2007 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Linda was born July 9, 1955 in Houston, Texas to Richard and Joyce Chojnacki. Linda received a degree in mining geology at the University of Utah. She worked as a mining engineer in Nevada where she met the love of her life Steve Clever. Linda is survived by her mother Joyce, brothers Keith Richard and his wife Leslie, Charles Francis and his wife Kathy and their children Sara Anne and Kathryn Christine. Linda was passionate about field geology, her family, friends, and pets. She was outspoken, engaging, and always willing to help. She will be deeply missed by all that knew her, and remain in our hearts forever. A short memorial will be held Sat., February 10th, 2007, 3:00 p.m. at Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple. www.larkinmortuary.com

 



 
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23/09/13 07:18 PM #1    

Joseph Madsen

I am sorry to hear about Linda--this is the first I knew about her passing.  She wrote one of the coolest Cro-Magnon Journal satires--called "Hamet's Dilemma."  She noted that "Oh that this too too sullied flesh might melt, thaw, and resolve itself into a dew" might mean that Hamet wished....that he wasn't pregnant.  I don't know of another contribution that I enjoyed more as editor.

I heard from Linda a few years ago.  Her father was sick, and she called me, knowing I was a doc.  It was not a situation that I could help....but in hearing the story from Linda, I heard all about the designs she and her dad had for gold mines (or maybe diamond mines) in Utah.  Big plans--amazing dreams.  Linda, and family, I miss you.  Rest in peace.

 


06/10/13 07:08 PM #2    

Dave Pearce

Hoy-notz!-kee.  Unforgivingly true to her inate sense of coolness.


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