Linda Marie Anaya

Born: Fri., Jul. 4, 1941
Died: Fri., Aug. 2, 2019


Funeral Mass

10:30 AM Tue., Aug. 13, 2019
Location: Our Lady of Guadalupe Chapel


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Lifetime native of Flagstaff, Linda was set free to join her beloved husband, Louis (Bootsie) and her daughter Diane who preceded her to the Promised Land.

She was born on the Fourth of July in the year 1941. She was a devoted wife, mother and friend to many. Linda, a career homemaker supported her beloved Bootsie throughout their marriage of 57 years. They traveled the state attending the many sporting events Bootsie and her children played in. She enjoyed celebrating all special occasions with her family. In her later years, her attention focused to being a caregiver to her husband until his passing in 2016. A true survivor, she beat cancer and successfully overcame a stroke in 2015. She prospered in her final years, enjoying her friends at the Peaks until another stoke proved to be too much for her.

Her four remaining children, Martin (Anita), Flagstaff, Margaret (Mike), Scottsdale, David (Sharon), Las Vegas NV and Jennifer of San Diego, survive her. Her grandson John Michael (Yvonne), their son Aiden and siblings, Carole Brown, Max Castillo and Martha Montgomery also survive her.

A funeral mass will be held on Tuesday, August 13, 2019 at 10:30 a.m. at Our Lady of Guadalupe Chapel, 224 S. Kendrick St., Flagstaff, AZ.  Burial will immediately follow at Calvary Cemetery, 201 W. University Drive, Flagstaff, AZ.  

The family asks that all donations be made to Northland Hospice.

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Bobbie Gribben Baca
   Posted Sat August 10, 2019
Dear Linda's family. So sorry for passing of your Mother,Sister. I met Linda at the Peaks. I call Bingo there and she came and said she knew me. Her Dad and my Father-in-law Herman Baca did jobs together. Both mason's also my husband Corky Baca who was a masonery also knew your gpa Max Castillo. Prayers are with you. Corky & Bobbie Baca

Anthony N. (Tony) Beltran
   Posted Mon August 12, 2019
Patsy and I extend our condolence to Linda's family and their children.
Sorry for not being able to be at your services. We have a lot memories of the times we were able to go to Flagstaff and visit. Our kids had good times together. When Boots got out of the Air Force he lived with us for a while until he decided to go back to Flag. And after Louis and Linda got married the lived here in Phoenix for some time. When they got married I was in the wedding. Last Sunday I included Linda in the "Prayers of the Faithful" during 11:15 Mass at our parish of St. Matthew. May she rest in peace.

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