Linda Failmezger lost the good fight October 2, 2011. She was 73. She was a person of highly eclectic tastes which led her to pursue a Masters Degree in Library Science. Libraries gave her the chance to explore the world. She retired from this vocation after 40 years of service to the public. She specialized in everything that came her way including the people that she met. Linda began to notice the things around her in great detail at an early age. She had the "wonderment" gene. She was curious about everything. She was taught to sing at the age of two and always loved music. She loved nature most of all and spent as much time as possible observing. People always intrigued her and she felt a close kindred to anyone she met. She lived with over 80 people in different situations during her lifetime and her library jobs brought her into contact with many other interesting folks and co-workers. Linda loved to write letters and keep in touch with those who were far away. She greatly believed in libraries and post offices as means of communication. Linda was co-founder of the now legendary Ace Detectives. She was born in Ottumwa, Iowa to Mary Mildred Baum Wilson and Harold Eugene Wilson on May 21, 1938. She had two sisters, Jean and Jeri, and three cousins, Joyce, Virginia and Joan. Amen. Memorial contributions may be made to Literacy Volunteers of Tucson, 2850 E. Speedway Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85716. Arrangements by ADAIR FUNERAL HOME, Dodge. Chapel.
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