Linda Ann Day


November 23, 1949 – October 7, 2019

On Monday, October 7, 2019, Linda Day, loving sister and aunt, passed away at the age of 69Linda was the daughter of the late William Theodore Day and Marie (Pearsall) Day.

Linda and her late husband Mark Simpson lived in Lancaster County, which they loved.  Linda was a master gardener, avid reader, master of crossword puzzles and loved spending time with friends and family.  Linda was known for her quick wit, kind heart and love of her dogs.

Linda is survived by five siblings Patricia (Francis) Kane, William (Trisha) Day, Mary Day, Catherine (David) Cottrell, Maureen (Louis) McLaughlin and a very special adopted sister Vickie Martin and brother in law Fred Martin, and twelve nieces and nephews and seventeen great nieces and nephews. 

Friends are invited to a memorial service on Thursday, October 10th, 2019 , 10:00am at Highland Presbyterian Church, at 500 East Roseville Road, Lancaster Pa 17601.  Service followed by internment and reception.  In lieu of flowers, contributions in Linda’s memory donations may be made to Pet Pantry of Lancaster County. 

Condolence Messages

  1. Charley Esbenshade

    I worked with Linda when she worked at Lancaster General as a phlebotomist. She was always smiling, bringing in fresh flowers and made the day better. Prayers and peace to you all.

    Charley Graham Esbenshade

  2. Linda will always be missed dearly. She went beyond the norm and put
    her friendship to the place where I considered her as a sister. I never remember anyone not loving Linda
    and her late husband, Mark. They were the best neighbors and Linda will always be
    one of my very most precious friends.

  3. I knew Linda through the Highland Memorial Garden Committee. She loved gardening! When I joined the group, everyone exclaimed how hard she worked and how pleased everyone was with what she did. We prayed for her during her illness. Mary’s help with the gardening during Linda’s treatment was appreciated. My condolences to the family.

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