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Official Obituary of: Linda Marie Davis, 67, on March 23, 2021

Linda Marie Davis, 67, on March 23, 2021

NORTH ATTLEBORO – Linda M. Davis, 67, of Charles Street passed away Tuesday, March 23, 2021 at Milford Regional Hospital after a courageous ten-year long battle with cancer.

Born December 16, 1953 in Attleboro, she was the beloved daughter of Mary (Greco) Davis of North Attleboro and the late James Davis.

Linda was a lifelong resident of North Attleboro and a 1973 graduate of North Attleboro High School.

She worked as a bagger at Stop & Shop in North Attleboro for the past ten years and had previously worked at Fuller Box Company for many years.

Linda was a genuinely happy person who loved people and spending time with family and friends.  She loved traveling and trips to the beach, particularly spending time each summer in Little Compton, RI. She especially enjoyed traveling with her mother. They visited Disney World in Florida, Disney Land in California, Bermuda, and Italy together.  Linda was very good with technology and enjoyed her I-Pad, apple watch, and her phone.  They were always with her.

In addition to her mother, she is survived by two cousins: Patty Kettell and husband Robert and William Bosh and wife Lisa; their children Lacey LeClair and Sara Webb and her aunts: Joan Ricard of Pawtucket, Beatrice Bosh of North Attleboro, and Julia Homer of North Attleboro.

Services will be held privately with burial at St. Mary’s Cemetery, North Attleboro

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  • DearMary, We are so sorry to hear this news. May you be comforted in the wonderful memories of the full life Linda lived. Her playful sense  of.humor was always there along with her smile! We shared many good times in Little Compton. May she rest in peace. Love, Micky and  Mary Grivers

  • Mary, our thought and prayers are with you. Please let me know if you need anything. The Queen will be missed. Lots of love Marie Capobianco and Kathleen 

  • I will miss all the good times we had when we went to the beach, shopping and out to eat with Betty. We will miss you so much . Debbie. Me, Anita and Betty will miss your smiling face and all the fun we had with you and your mom. Love you dear friend, you will never be forgotten. Love you always,
     Your Friend ,
     Cindy????????????

  • linda was my best freind i know im going to miss her  very much  i love you linda  and i   had so much fun over the years  with you i cant beliver your gone  from betty and allen bluestein

  • Mary,  I am so sorry for your loss.  Every time I met Linda in the store she knew my name.  She always had a big smile on her face. Again, I’m so sorry.   

  • Wishing to express my sincere sympathy and sharing your sadness at the loss of Linda.
    Virginia Fisher

  • I will never forget our time working together at Fuller Box Co. I will especially miss seeing my favorite buddy at the family party an the laughs we enjoyed together.    Love Dino

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  1. I will never forget our time working together at Fuller Box Co. I will especially miss seeing my favorite buddy at the family party an the laughs we enjoyed together.    Love Dino

  2. Wishing to express my sincere sympathy and sharing your sadness at the loss of Linda.
    Virginia Fisher

  3. Mary,  I am so sorry for your loss.  Every time I met Linda in the store she knew my name.  She always had a big smile on her face. Again, I’m so sorry.   

  4. linda was my best freind i know im going to miss her  very much  i love you linda  and i   had so much fun over the years  with you i cant beliver your gone  from betty and allen bluestein

  5. I will miss all the good times we had when we went to the beach, shopping and out to eat with Betty. We will miss you so much . Debbie. Me, Anita and Betty will miss your smiling face and all the fun we had with you and your mom. Love you dear friend, you will never be forgotten. Love you always,
     Your Friend ,
     Cindy????????????

  6. Mary, our thought and prayers are with you. Please let me know if you need anything. The Queen will be missed. Lots of love Marie Capobianco and Kathleen 

  7. DearMary, We are so sorry to hear this news. May you be comforted in the wonderful memories of the full life Linda lived. Her playful sense  of.humor was always there along with her smile! We shared many good times in Little Compton. May she rest in peace. Love, Micky and  Mary Grivers

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