Linda Rae Boyer


Linda Rae (Addison) Boyer, age 59, of Glen Rock, NJ passed away on Sunday, August 25, 2019. Raised in Closter, NJ, she resided in Glen Rock for the past 26 years. Linda earned a bachelor’s degree from Bryant College in Rhode Island. She was a Human Resources Specialist starting with Thomas Cook Travel, then at TIAA, and finishing her career at Sandvik in Fair Lawn, NJ where she spent the last 11 years.

Linda encompassed all qualities that come to mind when you think of a good mother. She was affectionate, caring, fun, patient, never overbearing, always a good listener, and had a positive attitude through even the most difficult circumstances.

Linda remained close with friends from all walks of life, some friendships lasting decades. One of her biggest passions was being outdoors, whether swimming, kayaking or hiking. Most of all, she loved traveling and spending time with her family. Their travels took them many places, but their most treasured times were at their cottage on Elk Lake in Waymart, PA.

Beloved wife of the late Brent Boyer. Loving and devoted mother of Drew, Lindsay, and Eric Boyer and the family dog, Cody. Cherished sister of Leonard Addison and wife Carole. Dear sister-in-law of Beth Wyatt and husband Mike. Loving aunt of Neal and Emily Addison and Toni Wyatt.

A funeral service is planned for Wednesday, September 4, 2019, 11 am at the Community Church of Glen Rock, 354 Rock Road, Glen Rock, NJ 07452.

In lieu of flowers, donations in the memory of Linda Boyer may be made to the Villa Marie Claire Hospice Center or the Community Church of Glen Rock InMemoryOf

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I am so deeply saddened and shocked to find that my friend and colleague has passed. During her time as a human resources specialist, she had helped me on numerous occasions. Being that I have a family of seven, we, including myself, have had a number of health related issues. And during those trying times I found Linda to be so very caring, as if we'd been long time friends instead of just two people working for the same company. I have tears in my eyes as I write this. Whenever I had a problem with medical issues and insurance, I just had to call Linda and if she couldn't handle it herself, she would always point me in the right direction. At the same time her caring nature was always a comfort no matter how stressed I was at any particular moment. For her family members reading this, know that she was a special lady when it came to her compassion and work ethic. She always went above and beyond. I am going to miss her so much, and not just because I don't have my "go to" person when I have a problem, but because she treated me as a friend who she cared about, when handling her business. There's no replacing that kind of character. My deepest condolences to her loving family. I'm so genuinely sad, I can still hear her voice as I type this from my desk. I will never forget her kindness. <3 - Love, Neil
Neil Ivanoff
Never forget how much she loved you. As you grow older you will face many challengers in life just do your best life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, it's about knowing to dance in the rain. Everyday may not be good but find something good in everyday. Laugh, Love Live Follow your dreams, Believe In Yourself and Remember to be. Your mom will always be there with you.
Tawana Shelton
Thinking of you all at the difficult time. Linda will Be remembered lovingly by all her Elk Lake friends. She will be missed!
Lisa Priebe
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