BOGASKI LINDA Passed away November 18, 2012. Beloved wife of James. Dearest daughter of Norma and the late Edo Facca. Cherished sister of Bob (Elena), Noreen (Curt), Diane (Roman), Julie (Steve) as well as sister-in-law to Phyllis (Jim), Patrice, Linda (Dan), Kathy, and Joe (Kim). Survived by many nieces and nephews. Linda was consecrated under the banner of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Visitation Friday 4 p.m. until 8 p.m., with a 6 p.m. Rosary Service, at the Sterling Heights Chapel of the E.J. Mandziuk & Son Funeral Directors, Inc. 3801 18 Mile (NW corner of Ryan). Funeral Service Saturday, in state 9:30 a.m. with Service 10:00 a.m. at Assumption Grotto Catholic Church in Detroit. Please make donations to Assumption Grotto Catholic Church, 13770 Gratiot Ave, Detroit MI 48205.
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you will always be my big sister that kept my keel straight.Your example of living is a model for all Catholics and if followed it would be a much better world to live in.Give a big hug to Dad and those who made it possible for us to be here!
Linda Bogaski was a part of MPulse Maintenance Software in Eugene Oregon. I am not sure many know this, but she was our top selling reseller for many years and really helped our company to grow. She was an excellent business person, and represented our company, as well as her own, extremely well. We have many joint customers. Honesty, devotion, caring, hardworking, and fun to work with are all attributes that come to mind when I think of Linda. Her Oregon family will miss her. Our sympathies go out to her family and friends.
Such a devout Catholic. I'm sure our heavenly Father is very please with her. I have no doubt she is enjoying the fullness of peace and love in paradise.
Our hearts go out to Linda's entire family. We pray for each one of you to find your own peace and understanding through your faith in God. The Bible tells us that we will be fully restored, free of all pain and suffering, once we are united with our Lord in Heaven. Until that time we are under His command to love and support one another,especially in times like this. May we be thankful to Him that Linda now rests in peace and she is enjoying the very experience she has prayed her entire life for, for she is now with both of her Fathers.
I only had the privilege of working with Linda for a short time. She was an incredible "old school" salesperson with talents you rarely find anymore. She was also a joy to work with and had an unbending work ethic. We miss her spirit and her contributions to our workplace daily.
As a member of the MPulse Software team in Oregon, I had the privilege working with Linda and the JBL staff on a number of occasions working at the JBL location. Linda's warmth, honesty and caring always welcomed me during these visits. Her memory remains with me, as I pray - Eternal rest, grant unto her O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon her. May the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen
I didn't have the privilege of ever meeting Linda in person, but as an MPulse employee I had the pleasure of working with her remotely for many years. I will remember her not only as a hardworking, dedicated business woman, but as a fun, optimistic, inspiring member of our working family. She is greatly missed. My deepest sympathy to all who knew and loved her.
I wish I would have known that Linda had a service. She was always a warm smile and helped my mom when she was sick and was there when my mom passed away. I know they are both in Heaven doing Our Lady's work.
I just learned about Linda's passing into eternity. She was a true disciple of Jesus and a special daughter of Our Lady. Her goodness, strength, generosity, and silent suffering were gifts to all who knew her. We lost contact for a number of years but I always kept her in my heart. Rest in peace, dear friend.