“To the well-organized mind, death is but the next great adventure.”
Francis (Frank) Lindenberger departed this world in the early morning hours of July 28th, 2018 after a brief bout with pneumonia. He was 88 years of age.
He was preceded in physical death by his wife and life long love Kathy Lindenberger who passed from this life to the next on January 7th, 2017 at the age of 92. In married life the two were inseparable. They worked together in the family business known as the F&R Shoe Service for many years. They retired together to Wheatland Mo on a 3 acre plot along the Pomme De Terre River. Their marriage lasted over 60 years and throughout that period of time they were separated for only a few months due to illness when Kathy was committed to the special care unit of Hermitage Nursing and Rehab as a result of advanced Alzheimer’s Disease. Frank visited Kathy most everyday at the care center until finally he too became a resident in the same facility. Theirs was a marriage which endured all things until the end, and beyond.
This page was created as a lasting tribute to the life and memory of Frank and Kathy Lindenberger, and will be continuously updated. Friends are encouraged to leave comments and remembrances. We are also badly in need of digital photos of Frank and Kathy. If you have any digital pictures of Frank and Kathy please send them to the webmaster at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you.
“It is said the soul is invisable, inconceivable, indestructible and unchangeable. Knowing this, you should not grieve for the lose of the body”
“As a person puts on new clothes, giving up the old ones, so too does the soul accept a new body, giving up the old and useless one.”
“For me death is like passing from one room into another. Only, in the next room, I will be able to see.”