Cottonwood Heights, Utah – Our loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, and friend passed away in Cottonwood Heights Utah, July 10, 2021 Surrounded by her loved Ones in Cottonwood Heights Utah at age 79.
She was born on August 7, 1941 to Richard Alma and Mary Cox, Lambert in Sugar House, Utah.
She worked very well for her three children for many years as a single mom.
She graduated from Olympus high school and went to cosmetology school later starting her own business with great success.
Linda was multi-talented in so many areas, her outside gardens were always whimsical, colorful, and beautiful. She was a talented seamstress, being able to sew everything. Survived by her daughters, Lori (Ron) Simmons, Kristi (Steve) Lowry and Jill Horsley; Her nine grandchildren; AJ Simmons, Conner Simmons, Terra Hutchings, Charli Franco, Maxx Campos, Brooke
I'm a beautician, not a magician Eades, Rachel Yocham, Bobbi Palmer, Alli Steck; 20 Great grandchildren.
There will be a viewing Thursday, July 15,2021 from 6 PM to 8 PM where friends and family can come to pay their last respects to Linda at Memorial Estates Cemetery, 3115 E Bengal Boulevard, Salt Lake City, UT 84121. The following day on Friday, July 16, 2021 there will be a funeral service at 10 AM. Lunch will follow funeral services at 2522 E. 6710 S. Cottonwood Heights UT 84121.
Life Story Info
Linda was my very first friend. We had many good times as little girls in Sugar House. After we both moved from that area we kept in touch and would often get together. Once we both moved on and had our families those get togethers ceased. I will always cherish the times we shared. I feel badly I haven't seen her since her Dad's funeral. I send to her girls and their families (as well as her brothers) my deepest sympathy and condolences. Rest in Peace Linda . Thanks for the many memories.
I remember Linda and Ricky years ago when they lived by us. We used to play with Linda and R icky. Ricky came to my daughter Tami’s wedding because his son was best friends with my Son in Law Mark Schwendiman. I now live in Cottonwood Heights. The Lambert Family has always been a part in so many ways with my family.
May Linda Rest In Peace
Charleen Rudd Dickman