Mary M. LINDQUIST, Age 90. Beloved wife of the late Del. Loving mother of Maridel Berardi (deceased) (Mickey), Bob (Beth), Bill (deceased)( Katie), Tom (deceased) (Christine), and Marge Sibel (George). Dear grandmother of 14, and great-grandmother of 21. Dear sister of Sr. Theresa Malloy. Former teacher at St. Bridget School.
Please join the family for the Mass of Christian Burial, Saturday, January 22, at 11:00 a.m. at St. Bridget of Kildare Parish. Visitation at the church prior to Mass from 9:30-11:00 a.m. If desired, the family suggests contributions to the Missionary Sisters of St. Columban, Silver Creek, N.Y. 14136.
Messages of Condolence
Her passion for teaching was truly evident. Best teacher ever!
Oh, how sad…my second-grade teacher 🙁 May she rest in peace…
Sharing in your sorrow …. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time…. May Mary rest in peace….
All I can say is my heart is filled with hundreds of fun filled memories that I will always treasure. Anyone who knew the two
of us will recall them also I’m sure. (We both would have been millionaires, if we had saved our money.) We had fun, fun, fun. Mary fixed many good meals for me and others on the faculty.
The Lindquists have always treated me like part of their
family, and that is why they are all such an important part of mine,
and my families lives. I’ve been blessed! Memories Live On!
Most of my favorite teacher memories of grade school are 3rd grade & Mrs. Lindquist…. the fact that she lived so close to her job has always inspired me. I learned so much that year. Prayers to the family.
To this day, Mrs. Lindquist was my most memorable teacher ever. She will be missed. My condolences to her family:)
Wonderful memories of a teacher from 30+ years ago. She had such a caring and friendly personality.
Mrs. Lindquist was one of my favorite teachers I ever had. I can remember having so much fun in her class, while still learning. She will surely be missed by all. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family.
Mary Lindquist was a ray of sunshine in the St. Bridget Family. Her cheerfulness and quick wit always lifted our spirits, and she was the perfect fit for 2nd graders to learn about God’s Love in action. We will always remember her with great affection and gratitude.
A great lady and a great teacher. I still remember some of the songs she wrote for our school masses. My thoughts and prayers to her family.
The St. Bridget’s community has much sadness this week. Mrs. L. was such a wonderful part of St. B’s school. I didn’t have Mrs.L. for 3rd grade but living across from the school gave all of us that lived near by the benefit of her influence. She was always very lively and kind to us. My hope is that Mary and Craig are sharing the trip to see St. Peter at the “Pearly gates”.
Mrs. Lindquist was one of the top teachers I ever had. I will never forget her.
Mrs Lindquist was a wonderful inexhaustable teacher that made everyone in the class feel accepted. I won’t say that for all the teachers at Saint Bridget’s, then. She did not play favorites and was so can do and naturally enthusuastic about being with the kids.
The little diddies she would make up are indelible
” There’s another Parma in Italy you know
But We would rather live in Parma O- h- i- o
There’s lot’s of things to see over in I – t- a – l- y
The Popes over there… but we don’t Care
Over here We got father Blair!!”