Linda Lou Obituary, Death – At the restaurant Comis Where Friends Meet, a terrible incident occurred earlier today. Linda has left us today, the day that marks the beginning of her passing. Before she entered the picture, her family had owned Comis for a significant amount of time over the course of its existence. When she was ready to sell, she chose Jeanine and I to represent her, and we are grateful to her for placing her trust in us.
When she was ready to sell, she chose Jeanine and I to represent her. When she was finally ready to sell, she decided to work with Jeanine and I as her agents. The majority of the shop’s clients, including Comis, were held in the highest regard by her (lol). There are going to be a lot of people who lament the loss of her presence in their lives. During this difficult time, we want Jim and his family to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers, and we want them to know that we are thinking about them.
Despite the fact that Linda did not drink alcohol on a regular basis, it was common knowledge that she enjoyed a celebratory drink, such as a fruity cooler or a glass of champagne, on occasion. Raise a glass to Linda if you are in Comis, or even if you are not in Comis; I have no doubt that she will be looking down on all of us. I have no doubt that she will be looking down on all of us. There is not a shred of doubt in my mind that she will be observing all of us from above. Our deepest condolences go out to Jim and the rest of the family on the loss of a deeply valued member of your family. We ask that you acknowledge our deepest condolences. I hope you have an amazing and blessed day! The organization has lost one of its most talented employees. RIP Linda Lou John & Jeanine Alexander