Linda Lou Eisenbarth
December 31, 1950 – May 16, 2019
Linda lived in Lincoln for 68 years. She married Richard on December 26, 1970. Linda passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family and friends. She graduated from Lincoln Northeast in 1969, “Once a rocket, always a rocket”.
Linda’s pride and joy was her family. She graduated from Joseph’s College of Beauty. She worked in the deli at Hinky Dinky Grocery Store, manager at Sally’s Beauty Supply, receptionist at Home Real Estate before her stroke in 2013. Her hobbies include spending time with her grandchildren, drinking coffee, visiting with family and friends, gambling at the “boats”/Council Bluffs and Las Vegas.
She is survived by her mother, Wyona (Scoville) Markwardt; husband, Richard Lee Eisenbarth, Sr.; daughter, Shonna Lynn Jordan; Son, Richard Lee (Katriece Sturdivant) Eisenbarth, Jr.; Grandchildren, Amanda (Tyler) Potts, Amber (Jerry Yeager) Jordan, Aleisha (Carl Yoakum) Jordan, Josh Larson, Avery Rodgers, Dylan Eisenbarth, Nathan Floyd, Isaiah Eisenbarth, and Ava Eisenbarth; great-grandchild, Reed Potts; Sisters, Jackie (Dan) Kurtzer, Lori (Mike) Runyan; brother, Steve (Kathy) Markwardt; many extended family and friends. Preceded in death by her father, Jack Markwardt and her daughter, Nicole Lee Larson.
The family wishes to thank all the Home Care Agencies that attended to Linda’s home needs, the doctors, nurses, aids that took care of her & especially CHI Health Hospice.
Celebration of Life at Havelock United Methodist Church at 4140 N 60th St, Lincoln, NE on Thursday, May 23, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the family for future designation. For condolences, please fill out form below.
Funeral Home assisting is Aspen Mortuary, 4822 Cleveland Avenue, Lincoln, NE 68504. To view an on-line obituary or email condolences please visit Aspen Mortuary’s website at www.aspenaftercare.com.
Condolences for Linda Lou Eisenbarth
My dear sweet Linda. What a blessing it was to be in you and Dick’s life. I will always remember the evenings spent with you and the love you extended to me. You were one special woman who was very loved and will be missed.
Love to Richard (Dick) Eisenbarth and family from your cousin Don Eisenbarth and wife Nancy. We never got to visit with Linda much but was happy to see her when we could.
Thoughts and prayers to you all during this time.
So very sad that this special lady and spirit has been taken from family and friends. She was a beautiful presence and always had such a huge smile.
She will be missed but always remembered… Rest in peace dear friend.
You will be truly missed by so many, you were such a wonderful grandmother and I will hold our memories close! We love you!
We are so sorry for your loss. The Skinner and Skinner-Showen family
Dick I wont forget you. Randy and I enjoyed
Our time in autumwood.
My deepest condolences. Linda will be missed by all whose lives she touched. My god wrap his arms around you and carry you through this difficult time.
I am very sorry for your loss. I worked at Home Real Estate, Cotner office for 6 years. At that time, Linda was the receptionist.
She greeted everyone with a smile every morning and was wonderful at her job providing any support you asked of her.
I really enjoyed working with her. My sincere Sympathy
I am sad to learn of Linda’s death. I worked with her at Home Real Estate for a number of years. She was a joy to be with and was always cheerful and welcoming to all who came into the office. She will be in my thoughts and prayers as well as her family.
You were such a wonderful mother, wife, grandmother and friend. You are at peace now and I will see you one day and until then I will carry on with my head held high. So thankful I got to spend the time I did when I got home and I have so many memories to hang on to….. I love you mostest momma.
My heart is so very very sad to hear of Linda’s exit from world but rejoicing that she is forever healed in Heaven. I have sent a card to Dick‘s address . I would be at the service but I am in Florida .
Please give my love to Dick and family. Jackie and Steve and their family and Wyona.
There are so many beautiful memories I treasure about growing up on Hartley Street with your family .
Grief is such a hard journey and I will be praying for your family .
Linda and I had many many great times together as kids and I treasure every single memory as you do. I am thankful for your lifetime of memories.
Love, Nancy Wheatley Goeglein
Dick & Ricky,
My sympathy to you. I feel your pain. I lost my Linda last Sept.
Will be thinking of you. I remember you all dearly. Love you, Jack.
My dear Wyona, there are no words to convey how my heart hurts for you, we should never have to bury our children, but we can know she is probably there laughing with her dad right now. The hardest part of losing someone we love is learning to live without them, sorrow is the price of love. May God keep you in his loving hands, giving you peace and comfort.
Sweet Linda my dear Sister in law. You were a wonderful Mother, Grandma, Daughter, Sibling, Friend & especially a fantastic Wife to my brother. You will be missed but always in our hearts. Your spirit will live on forever. God Speed lovely Linda.
Dick & Ricky,
My sympathy and condolences to you. I feel your pain. I lost my Linda last
sept. I’ll be thinking of all of you. I remember our good times. Love you guys, Jack
My deepest sympathy to you and your family.
I worked with Linda at Home Real Estate and she was always so pleasant and fun to be around. She passed too young but I hope her friends and family have memories of happier times with Linda.
so very sorry for your loss dick. she was a very special lady. my thoughts and prayers are with you.
We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Dick and your family.
Sorry for your loss. I worked with Dick at the Havelock Shops. I know she will be missed by all that knew her.
I have such great memories of being at Linda and Dick’s home in grade school and junior high. She was so sweet and would sit and drink her coffee and ask all about what was going on in my life. She listened and she cared. She was beautiful and thoughtful. Many times she put me in her beautician chair and nipped at my ends or gave me a permanent. Always with a smile. Rest in peace, Linda. To the family, I am thinking and praying for all of you.