Linda Whitehill aka Linda Amen
Linda Whitehill, better known as Linda Amen, has passed on to her next adventure. Linda was proud of her work in construction since she was 16 years old. Construction was a channel for her skills and creativity. She traveled from New York to Hawaii, Canada to the shores of the Gulf of Mexico, but always returned to Lincoln, Nebraska. Linda served several years in the signal corps, U.S. Army Reserve.
The oldest of nine children, Linda is preceded in death by her sister Robin and brother Justin Amen.
No services are planned.
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 Whitehill aka Linda Amen
It’s still hard for me to grasp the concept that you are not coming back and that I won’t see you again till it’s my time. I want to tell you I’m sorry that we lost touch towards the end. Life does this crazy thing to us. We always just assume there will be a next time.
“Oh we will hang out next week or tomorrow?, but the truth is we really never know what tomorrow brings. In the blink of an eye or even in the next hour someone’s life can change forever. It’s pretty scary actually. Unfortunately in this case there wasn’t a next time but no matter what I will hold on to the good times.
So I laugh and don’t cry and remember the good times rather than think of this tragedy. I am grateful for all the time I have spent with you during your journey here and I want you to know that you have a spot in my heart forever. You will always be remembered by all your friends and family you left behind.
Lastly, I want to thank you for all the memories good and bad, and for being a true friend and loving with all of your heart. You are truly loved and missed.
“May God hold you in the palm of his hands till we meet again”
I’m so sorry to hear about Linda Amen’s passing. I had the distinct pleasure of knowing and caring for her over the years. She was very talented and a hard working woman. We all have our demons that we battle in the darkness and the Lord has has decided to end hers and bring her into the light. I will miss her greatly. God bless you.
Hi. It’s your ol neighbor, trish. I was just looking through some old papers and found a card you left me. You were always so dang sweet to me. Bringing little gifts, whatever you could find. I should have been doing it for you. You did it only because i was busy working hard and i know you only had respect for it because you were once a hard worker yourself. I saw this card and thought, boy, I’d sure love to see you. Difficult as you were, i could always count on a visit. I thought I’d look you up on social media and see you soon. I found this instead. I’m sorry. But I’ll still see you soon, just not immediately. I still have the bird bath you gave me. I think I’ll give it a fresh coat of paint and put it by the hibiscus in your honor. All my love and from Jazz, too.
Any family, i would love you to reach out.