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Fulkerson - Stevenson Funeral Home
Springan - Stevenson Funeral Home
It's all about saying goodbye.
Linda Knapinski
August 17, 1952 - June 3, 2021

Place of Birth: Tioga, North Dakota
Residence: Tioga, North Dakota
Age: 68

Linda J. Knapinski, 68, of Tioga, ND passed away on Thursday, June 3, 2021 at Tioga Medical Center in Tioga, ND.

Linda Knapinski was born August 17th 1952 in North Dakota, where she lived until the family moved to Washington State. In 1968 she met and married Jack Knapinski and became a devoted and loving mother of two daughters and a son. She was a housewife until the children graduated from school.

She always partook in school activities and craft fairs. She was crafty in crocheting, sewing, painting, baking. The holidays were her favorite time of year for making homemade decorations and bake goods for all she knew.

For a brief moment she was a caretaker, but mostly she did housecleaning jobs to support her crafty habits. She always had a smile on her face and made sure you had a smile as well.

Later she moved to North Dakota to live with her mother in White Earth. For the last 7 years Linda has lived in Tioga, North Dakota.

She is preceded in death by her mother, Blanche (Schroeder) Hendrickson; father, Oliver Holen; sister, Kathy Gilmore, and son, Jack Knapinski Jr.

Linda is survived by her daughters, Lynn Arnold and Kristina Howe; brothers, Oliver Holen Jr, Donald Holen, and Michael Holen; and sister, Sandy (Holen) West. She is also survived by 7 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.

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Gina Besemann Johnson (Gordonsville , Tn)
Jun 4, 2021
Linda was like an Aunt to me while i was a kid. She , Jack and their kids would camp and fish with us. I'd sleep over at their house. I lost touch with her after I moved to to TN. This saddens me that shes passed. But ih the joyous reunion she and Jack jr are having in heaven. Peace and prayers to her family and her children. Love and hugs.
Chandra Grier (Carnation, WA)
Jun 12, 2021
Linda was always very nice to me. I always saw her when I was spending time with her neice, Shannon. She always seemed happy every time I saw her. She will be missed. May memories comfort the family at this difficult time.
Jack Knapinski Sr (Monroe, Washington)
Jun 23, 2021
Linda and I were married for 20 years, she was the love of my life. We enjoyed traveling all over the United States, camping and fishing. We enjoyed having parties at our home. Linda gave us 3 beautiful children. She was an awesome cook and an excellent house keeper, mother and friend to all.. I will miss being able to call her.. I fell in love with her the first time we met. In my heart always....

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