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Linda Marie Pirelli-Brown

Linda Pirelli Brown, 50 of Queen Creek, Arizona passed away on November 25, 2012. She was born in Boston, MA and graduated from Medford High School in 1980. She moved to Arizona in 1997 and worked at Bank of America in Phoenix.

Linda is survived by her husband James Brown and his loving family; her (5) children –  Joey, Nicole, Justin, Gianna and Cheyenne; Her parents Helen and John Pirelli; three siblings Patty, Bonnie and John and grandson Gianni. Linda also leaves behind many loving uncles, aunts, cousins, nieces and nephews. She loved Arizona and recently moved into her dream home with lots of land for her children and animals to enjoy

Visitation

Friday, November 30, 2012   6p.m. – 9 p.m.

Best Funeral Services, Inc. – North Central Chapel

501 East Dunlap Avenue  Phoenix, Arizona 85020


Graveside Service

Saturday, December 1, 2012   1:30 p.m.

St. Francis Catholic Cemetery

2033 North 48th Street

Phoenix, Arizona  85008

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7 Memories to “Linda Marie Pirelli-Brown”

  1. Christian Rodriguez says:

    It was a pleasure getting to know you and rest in peace.

  2. Anna Garcia says:

    Rest in Peace, Linda. Having you join our site last year was a joy and you are missed. I am praying for your family.

  3. Robert Marvin says:

    Linda,

    Knowing you over the years has been so rewarding. We met first as you became a CSR in the mortgage servicing center in Tempe and you would frequent my office telling me how you wanted to become a loan officer. I remember the days after your probationary period when I told you that they weren’t currently hiring but to hang in there…every month like clockwork you would look on line to see if there were any new openings. Then, at the same time you went out on leave for foot surgery, I took a new role within the bank. The day you came back you looked for any openings and found some, applied and anxiously set out to locate me and I am glad you did! Within a short time you landed the role as a mortgage loan officer and were off and running. During my site visits, not a time went by that I walked through the Chandler building towards you and I could see your wonderfully infectious smile, always so thankful for the opportunity and showing how much you loved what you were now doing. I will so miss our too short but so meaningful acquaintance and you will ALWAYS be in my thoughts, I am so deeply saddened and disturbed by our loss…until we meet again.

    Robert

  4. Barbara Ann Hover says:

    I’m a better person to have known Linda and we are all so blessed she was in all our lives as long as she was. Linda will be greatly missed. I pray for God to shower many blessings of healing and hope to the family she leaves behind at home and at work.

  5. Scott Marlow says:

    Sorry to hear this news. I remember Linda as one of the nicest kids at school in Medford (years ago @ Brooks/Hobbs). She was well liked and got along with everyone.

  6. JoAnn Simmons says:

    Linda, I was deprived of the opportunity to get to know you better. Despite this…..I do miss you and I grieve and pray for your family……you are deeply missed by every life you touched. You’re among the angels now….this is the only comfort those left behind can comprehend.

  7. chad johnson says:

    Linda,
    I remeber when we meet at the tempe builidng and I was training you and we talked everyday . I have the book with all the bible scrpiture you bought for me. I called you mom becasue you was my second mom and you call me your son…..I will miss talking to you everday…..Love you until we meet again mom

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