Linda Colp

Obituary of Linda Senith Colp

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Linda Senith Colp (Anderson) of Metiskow, Alberta was born on August 29, 1944 in Hardisty, Alberta to Charles and Edna Anderson. On January 30, 1960 Linda married Tim Colp and together they would raise their children: Brian, Paula, and Shauna in Metiskow. Sadly, Linda passed away unexpectedly at home in Provost, Alberta on February 10, 2021 at the age of 76 years due to complications attached to her health concerns with COPD. Linda will be reunited with her husband of 57 years in heaven and will be forever missed and lovingly remembered by her children, Brian Colp, Paula (Keith) Motley and Shauna Colp (Mike); grandchildren, Breanna Colp, Jeffery Colp, Jade-Lee Colp (Cody), Nathan Colp, Shaela Colp (Kirby), Kelsey (Cody) Wittmack, Avery Motley, Charday Motley, Tegan Colp and Dawson Bordeleau; 16 great grandchildren; brothers and sisters, Bev De La Mothe, Ron Anderson, David Anderson and Jean Russell; as well as numerous other relatives and friends. Linda was predeceased by her parents, Charles Anderson & Edna Buxton; twin brother, Lane Anderson; and sister, Verna Laing. Linda will be remembered for her strength, dedication, and courage. Her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren will cherish the memories of their mother and grandma and continue to hold her close to their heart. A private family funeral service for Linda will be held on Thursday, February 18, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. in Provost, Alberta. The funeral will be live streamed through the GFH Facebook & YouTube pages for those who would like to attend virtually. This will be accessible 15 minutes prior to the service beginning. Following the funeral service, a procession will take place at approximately 2:15 p.m. when Linda is brought for one last drive past her and Tim’s old house in Metiskow. Family and friends are invited to gather in their vehicles on the street if they would like to pay tribute through their attendance.
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