Linda Diane Vansickle (nee Harper)

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VANSICKLE;  Linda Diane ~ Peacefully on Thursday, October 22, 2020 at the Northumberland Hills Hospital, Cobourg, at the age of 70.  Linda Vansickle (nee Harper) was the beloved wife of Joseph “Joe” Vansickle.  Loving mother of Tom (Judy), Brian (Carolyn), Angela Vansickle (Adrian Gregg).  Loved grandmother of 8 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.  Dear sister of Rosemary Dinner (Larry), Butch Harper (Sue) and Rob Harper (Cyndy).

Service Information

Cremation has taken place. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. In memory of Linda, donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or a Charity of Your Choice would be appreciated by the family. Linda’s family would like to express there appreciation to the nurses of Northumberland Hills Hospital, Unit 2B and especially Dr. Mule and the Palliative Care Unit nursing staff for all their compassion and care. Arrangements entrusted to Fallis & Shields Funeral Home, Millbrook, and online condolences or donations may be made at


Our deepest condolences Tom and Judy and to all the family on the passing of your Mom. Love Aunt Diane and Uncle Eric

Diane Davey

Words cannot express what a profound loss this is. Linda was a wonderful co-worker, dedicated nurse and true friend. She will be greatly missed.

Lori Baldini

Rob and Cyndi, Please accept our heartfelt condolences regarding the loss of your sister Linda. Please know that we are thinking of you both during this difficult time. Cindy and Stan Sokay

Cindy Reeves and Stan Sokay

Thinking of all the family at this time-she will be missed by many people-always be in my prayers-Sincerely-Jayne Johnston

Jayne Johnston

Linda was such a beautiful person inside and out a wonderful neighbour we shared many laughs together and chats my sincere condolences to Joe and all Linda's family hugs

Beverly Livingstone

So sorry to hear of your loss our deepest condolences to all Dave Linda Williams

dave williams

Angel I was sorry to hear of yourMom,s passing .My condolences to you and all of your family. May she Rest in Peace.

Mary Lou Taylor

Dear Brian, Angel & the Harper family We were very saddened to hear of Linda’s passing. We didn’t see each other often but always carried on where we’d left off from the last visit. Her beautiful smile & friendly attitude will certainly be missed. Hold your beautiful memories close to your heart she’ll always be near. Our thoughts & prayers are with you in your time of grief

Judy & Bill Elliott

Joe, and kids and Harper sorry to hear of Linda’s passing...she was a neighbour for many years..she stayed to herself in the later years but always spoke when you saw her..our hearts go out to you at this time...

Dorothy & Crlkessler

Rob, we were so sorry to hear about your sister’s death. May your many memories help ease your pain.

Colin and Ruth Watson

Joe& Family : So sorry for the loss of Linda May she rest in peace now with no more suffering.

Danielle Kent Greenhorne

Angel and family I was so sorry to hear of your mom,s passing. I have many good memories of working with Linda on third floor and on complex care, She was a very warm and caring nurse ..may your memories comfort you and your family in the days to ahead. Sincerely Anne ‘

Anne and Dave Doyle

So sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. I worked with her on 1st North at the Cobourg Hospital and she was such a pleasure to work with. Very caring and dedicated, and always ready with a laugh or a joke. I send my condolences to her family, who she spoke of with pride so often.

Dorothy Way