Eva Lindquist

Obituary of Eva A. Lindquist

Eva A. Lindquist, 93, of Hultquist Place, 715 Falconer Street, formerly of Falconer, and the Brookside Estates, died at 5:55 P.M. Friday (December 22, 2006), in the WCA Hospital. She was the widow of Charles Kenneth Lindquist whom she married October 15, 1931 in Randolph, who died February 9, 1970. A lifelong area resident, she was born November 18, 1913 in Kennedy the daughter of Oren and Mary Hopkins Cobb. Eva was a graduate of Falconer High School. In earlier years she had been employed by the National Worsted Mills, and later at Weber Knapp Co., both in Jamestown and Falconer plants for 15 years, retiring in 1979 She was a former member of the Falconer Senior Citizens, Poland Senior Citizens, and a member AARP. Surviving are two sons: Charles K. (Lois) Lindquist of Novi, MI, and Irvine, CA, Rodney L. (Jean) Lindquist of Jamestown, a daughter Nancy Lindquist of North Carolina, nine grandchildren; Jeffrey Lindquist of Colorado Springs, CO, Debra Smith of Tustin, CA, Randal Lindquist of Atlanta, GA, Diane Zoltowski of Northville, MI, Stephen Lindquist of Jamestown, Kathy Hedstrand of Falconer, Karen Watson of Gerry, Scott Lindquist of Trophy Club, TX, Marcia Klepfler of Buffalo, and 15 great grandchildren. Besides her husband, she was preceded in death by a daughter Patricia Ann Lindquist in 1938, and four brothers Richmond, Ellery, Lynn and LeRoy Cobb. The funeral service will be held at 11 am Wednesday in the Falconer Funeral Home. Intern John Hickey of the Immanuel Lutheran Church will officiate. Burial will be in the Levant Cemetery. Friends will be received by the family from 7 to 9 pm Tuesday in the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the Lutheran Social Service Foundation of Western New York, 715 Falconer St., Jamestown, NY 14701 or a charity of ones choice.
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