Surrounded by family, Linda Kovlaske-Moisley of Round Hill, Alberta passed away on Monday, July 12, 2021. She is survived by her loving husband Frank, two sons John (Tammy), Lee (Caulette), one step-son Rob; grandchildren, Tehya (Kevin), Aleena, Dwayne, Breanna (Laurier), Brittany, Harley and Ashley. Great grandchildren, McKenna, Linkin, McKenzie, and Zakk. She is also survived by her sister-in-laws; Jean Teeple, Marg Mamo (Willy), Cheryl Fotheringham. Nieces and Nephews; Scott, Rob, Susan (Carl) and her children Sydney and Shelby.
Linda was predeceased by her daughter Freda, her sister Kathleen, brothers Donald and Ronald and her grandson Justin.
Linda was born in Humboldt, Saskatchewan on January 9, 1947 to Kathleen and Albert Nordick (deceased), the second oldest child to a family of nine; Wilfred and Mina (Saskatoon), Brian & Stella Nordick (Saskatoon), Wes & Brenda Koenders (Englefeld), Christine Brown (Regina), and Albert and Heather Nordick (Saskatoon).
Linda spent time in many parts of western Canada but was well known for being the first woman to run a cut-off saw for 20 years in Ladysmith, B.C. at Doman’s Sawmill. She moved to Ft. McMurray where she met and eventually married her soul mate and best friend, Frank. In Ft. McMurray she drove bus for Diversified for 8 years until she retired. Frank and Linda decided Round Hill would be there retirement home and started building and eventually moved there in 2010.
A person who always put others needs ahead of her own, Linda had an impact on many people. She was well known for her amazing culinary skills and her love of gardening, flowers, quilting, sewing, grandchildren, camping, fishing and generally living life to the fullest. She was always helping others and is well known for guiding many through a multiple of canning, cooking, sewing and baking scenarios.
We are grateful that we have been blessed and lucky enough to call her our friend and family. She will be missed.
A celebration of life took place at the Round Hill Community Center on July 18, 2021. Donations in Linda’s name can be made to the Round Hill Renaissance Agriculture Foundation.