Linda Knutson

linda knutson
Linda Faye Knutson, age 67, of Fargo, passed away Saturday, December 19, 2015 at her home. Linda was born August 30, 1948 in Fargo to Richard and Melva (Jensen) Lee. She grew up attending Lewis & Clark Elementary and Central High in Fargo. She later attended Interstate Business College and NDSU. Over the years she worked in sales for Pride Chemical, Preds Coats, and Nodak. She also was a server in various local restaurants before becoming a Property Manager for Goldmark. Linda was united in marriage to Doug Knutson on March 15, 1986 at First Assembly in Fargo. Linda is survived by her husband Doug; 3 children Leisa Jenkins; Chris (Heather) Jenkins; and Jessica (Jack) Folstrom; 11 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren and one on the way; and her sister, Kristy Campbell; as well as many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents, Richard and Melva.

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  1. So sorry for your loss. We will all really miss Linda. We have such fond memories of happier times.
    We send our condolences to all the family and wish we could be there with you at this difficult time.

    with love, Uncle Bob and Aunt Ruth

  2. I am so sorry to hear about Linda. I know she has suffered a great deal over the years. If there is any comfort, at least she can be with Aunt Melva and Dub. Kris, my thoughts are with you through this time. I will be thinking of all of you.


  3. Many fond memories of time sent with you and Kris. You can finally be at peace and out of pain. God Bless you, my beautiful cousin. Love, Teri Kraft

  4. I miss you girlfriend, I promise to watch over the girls for you and make sure they Always remember their best grandma.

  5. I was so sorry to hear of Linda’s death. Although I haven’t see her in quite some time, I remember those years of growing up together. Please accept my condolences to all the family.

  6. Doug & Family, My thoughts and prayers are with you. I have many fond memories of Linda. We had a lot of fun in the years we spent together at GoldMark. God bless you all.

  7. Linda and I grew up together. We had many adventures and our fondest was spending time at our Grandparent’s in Pillsbury. We had many stories to tell. Later on we both went our separate ways but periodically saw each other. The connection always was their and when we did see each other it was like we were never apart. I loved my Linda and she loved me. She was a very kind and caring person. I was very happy to be able to see her this last fall and great full that I could be with her one more time. I send my sympathies to her lovely family and am happy she is finally at peace. I also want to thank Doug for his over the top care of her and his total devotion. May God bless all of you!!!!

  8. So sorry to hear this. I lived next door to Linda and the kids when she was married to Larry. She and I would sit on her deck and sun it up and had many good visits.
    My prayers go out to Linda’s family.

  9. I am so sorry to hear of your huge loss. I worked with Linda at Goldmark and she became like a second mother to me. Linda is an amazing lady who would do anything for anyone. The many memories shared together and countless life lessons she taught me will never be forgotten. I have never known someone to be as strong as Linda. Although she was up against many battles for many years she never stopped smiling or caring about everyone. I am glad she doesn’t have to fight or suffer any longer! The love that she has for everyone of her friends and family members should live on with us all forever. A work day didn’t pass where I didn’t get a prideful ‘update’ from Linda about Jess or Spike or any of her grandkids. She was so proud of all of you. Take care!

  10. So sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. She was a wonderful lady! I worked with her for a number of years at GOLDMARK where she truly loved her work and the residents she served. She will be missed by many.

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