Linda L. D’Amico, 62

Linda L. D’Amico, 62, of Wampum passed away Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at The Grove At New Castle following a short illness.

Born March 21, 1958 in Ellwood City, she was the daughter of the late Dominic and Betty J. Weir D’Amico.

Linda was a member of the former St. Monica’s in Wampum and a current member of Holy Redeemer in Ellwood City. She was employed by McConkey Financial as an administrative assistant. Linda was an avid reader and loved to travel. Her life was centered around her family.

Survivors include four sisters; Avis M. Smith of Wampum, Mary (Mark) Cunningham of Ellport, Christine E. (Robert) Hodes of Gilbertsville, Lisa J. Cook of Wampum; two brothers, Dominic L. (Elena) D’Amico of Katy, TX, James M. (Ricky) D’Amico of St. Cloud, FL; and many loving nieces, nephews, and their families, and three who she helped raise; Jesse Householder, Ashley Cook, and Paige D’Amico.

Visiting hours will be held on Saturday March 6, 2021 from 2:00 pm until the blessing service at 4:00 pm at the Marshall Funeral Home, Wampum.

Interment will follow in Locust Grove Cemetery.

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12 thoughts on “Linda L. D’Amico, 62

  1. Our deepest sympathies to Linda’s family and friends. She was a wonderful caring young woman. She will be missed by so many. May the memories made throughout her life help the family through their grief. God Bless all who were lucky to have her in their lives. RIP Linda

  2. My heart and prayers are with you all at this time. Linda you will be greatly missed by all. God has taken you I and put you into the arms of your loving Mom and Dad once more. Be at peace

  3. I was so glad to be a small part in her life .we loved going out to eat.I remembered when she got her hair cut so short .All our fish dinners to.May you Rest In Peace Linda

  4. Linda you will be missed …. we were friends in high school , we had some adventures in ROTC, You were a very loving and caring person…. You always put family first. You will be greatly missed by family and friends. RIP.

  5. To the D’Amico family: So very sorry to hear about Linda. RIP Linda. And may you all know peace. Love to you all.

  6. My deepest sympathy to the D’Amico family and friends, who she loved and cared for sacrificially. Linda offered loving care and commitment as a dear friend, and will be greatly missed. May her memories fill the void in our hearts. May we be humbled before God and look to Him for strength. “May Your Unfailing Love rest upon us, O Lord.” Psalm 33:22

  7. Dom, Jimmie, Avis, Mary, Christine, Lisa and families;
    Condolences are sent from our family too yours. Linda was such a beautiful person and a loving and caring friend. Remembering times when we were kids in your mom and dads yard in Wampum. What fun we had!!! Our Deepest Sympathies and Prayers too all…
    Camelia (Butchelle) Stelter and family

  8. You have my deepest sympathy. Linda and I had a lot of good memories
    because we were in girl scouts together and had many adventures. So
    sorry for your loss

  9. My deepest sympathy to the D’Amico family. I was fortunate to know Linda and her family through my childhood friendship (and classmate) with Christine. Linda will truly be missed for her loving and caring spirit. I pray that God bless and comfort her family and friends at this time of loss, but also embrace the beauty that Linda added to this world.

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