Linda Teeter

Linda June Teeter (Dobrindt)

Wednesday, June 22nd, 1966 - Saturday, May 4th, 2019
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In the early morning of May 4, 2019, Linda June (née Dobrindt) Teeter passed away peacefully and comfortably at the Welland County General Hospital at the age of 52. She was surrounded by the people closest to her; her loving children and husband, and her dear sisters.

Always a fighter, Linda was diagnosed with stage 3B Ovarian carcinosarcoma in May 2016 and resolved to fight it with everything she had, a promise which she fulfilled to the end. Predeceased by her parents Wayne and Marilyn (Yager) Dobrindt, Linda is survived by her ever caring and supportive husband David Teeter and their three children, her "3 A's" Andrew, Amy and Aaron Teeter. She is also survived by her sisters and fellow members of the "3 L's", Lorrie (Oreste) Costantini of Hamilton, and Lisa (Gareth Owens) Park of Fonthill. Also missing their aunt Linda are her beloved nieces and nephews: Dan, Josie and Nicole Costantini of Hamilton, Adam and Michelle Park of Fonthill, Vaughan and Zoe Teeter of London, and Emelia Teeter of London.

Born on June 22, 1966, in Oshawa, Ontario, Linda spent the earliest years of her life in Whitby before moving with her family to Fonthill in 1973. She attended the University of Ottawa, majoring in business administration, graduating in 1988, after which she secured a career with the Government of Canada. Married to David Teeter on September 20th, 1997, the following year she began the most important and fulfilling job she would ever have - that of mother.

Linda's entire world was her children. She devoted every minute of her life and all of the love she had to them. Many of her worries about her illness were simply related to protecting them and giving them the best chance at life she could. Throughout her battle with cancer and complications related to it, Linda's spirit was unbreakable. Driven by her determination and love for her family she surpassed all expectations and beat all the odds, using everything she had to give as much time as she could to her family. Her "Sistahood" visits continued per usual as well as her "Dobrindt sisters" singing sessions. Linda will always be remembered as an unbreakable soul whose strong will and love for her family carried her all the way to the end. She serves as an unforgettable role model to all who knew her.

In keeping with Linda's wishes her beloved family will gather for a private burial at Hillside Cemetery in Ridgeville. A Celebration of Life Ceremony will be announced at a later date.
As an expression of sympathy, in lieu of gifts, donations may be made to the Walker Family Cancer Center or Hospice Niagara. Online condolences may be shared at
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Denise Collins

Posted at 12:35pm
Dave, Amy, Andrew, Aaron - my heart goes out to you, during this difficult time. Linda was one of my most favorite people to work with. I have missed her smiling face in the office. We have had many conversations during the years, mostly about our children. Linda was very proud of her children. Keep her spirit alive: smile as much as you can, be strong and continue making her proud. Denise



Posted at 11:49pm
To Dave, Andrew, Amy and Aaron, and families. I am so sorry to hear of Linda's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. May Linda rest in peace. Your neighbours, Joe and Chris

Barb Christopher

Posted at 08:11am
Our thoughts are with the Teeter and Dobrindt Families, including the 3A's and the 2L's left behind.
Scott and Barb Christopher

Leanne Semple

Posted at 06:05pm
My deepest condolences to Dave, Andrew, Amy and Aaron and to Linda's sisters, Lorrie and Lisa and their families. I have known amd worked with Linda for many years. She was a beautiful person who touched so many lives around her with her gentle spirit.

She was fiercely devoted to her family and spoke of all of you frequently; her love for you all was so apparent.

She was a wonderful friend and colleague to many, always willing to lend an ear or offer words of encouragement whwn it was needed.

She had an amazing sense of humour and an incredible way of remaining optimistic and not sweating the small stuff, despite the challenges she faced.

It was a incredible privilege and blessing to know this wonderful woman. She will be sorely missed.

Wishing you all comfort and peace in the days ahead and keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers through this sad and difficult time.

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