Byron, Linda M. (nee Nicoletti), passed away on March 11, 2023.
Beloved wife of Pat Byron; loving mother of Gina (Scott) Lamia-McClellan and Nick Lamia; cherished grandmother of Cooper Lamia; dear sister of Nancy (Ken) Lazarus, Sonny (Kathy) Nicoletti and the late Karen Wesson; our dear sister-in-law, aunt, cousin and friend.
Services: Roadside service at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery on Thursday, March 30, 10:45 am. A Kutis South County Chapel Service
Mom……, I’m So Lost Without You And It’s Only Been A Day …I Cherished Taking Care Of You The Last 2 Years Or So. I Hope I Did A Great Job !!! You Were The Strongest Woman Ever ! OMG MOM WHAT A FIGHTER !! You Fought 50 Years Of Cancer , 4 heart attacks, Graves’ Disease , osteoporosis, 2 leaky heart valves, reconstructive surgeries, you name it you fought it !!! I still don’t know how you pulled it off for so long !! GOD BLESS YOUR TIRED SOUL !!! I Love You Mommy Dearest !!!! You Were The Best Mom Ever And A Wonderful Framma !! GOD I MISS YOU! No More Pain Mom !! Your Fight Is Over !!!!! Love You So Much ! See You On The Other Side Mom !!! For Now Our Guardian Angel ! But GOD My Heart Aches ! RIP MOM !!
Linda. (Dago) was such a wonderful lady to be around and loved the sport of softball. She will be truly be missed by all her softball sisters. You are no longer in pain. Fly high Dago and watch over us.
Prayers to Pat and her family during this difficult time. ❤️❤️
I know everyone is going to miss this special person . She has set an example for all of us on how to keep going when things get tough. I also know how much she loved her family and the special love she had for her grandson.
You are going to be missed very much. I didn’t know Framma very well but felt like I knew her alot through her beautiful strong daughter Gina! Also from the Framma stories I always loved hearing when Gina told from Cooper! Finally met her on Gina’s surprised 50th birthday! She came up and hugged me, and felt like i knew her forever! So loving! Such a strong fighter! She was a true warrior!
Sending love, hugs and prayers to your family. Linda was always so nice to be around. Always a caring and giving heart. Gina, my heart goes out to you all. Much love from Ernest, Kyle & Kim Concialdi – Your family always.
My condolences, Pat. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.
To the family of Dago, you have my deepest sympathy! But remember, from the moment her soul left, she went to heaven and found those angels’ softball teams. She has been playing ever since. She has shown them how to slap that ball to right field and make those diving catches. And yes, it has been a long time since she has slid into 2nd base, but she is doing it now. Remember the fun things that Dago loved all of her life!
I will keep all of the family in my thoughts and prayers. God bless you all and Dago!
I am truly sorry for your loss
Going to miss you Dago, will keep your family in our prayers.
Dottie and Mark K
So very sorry for your loss and to hear this sad news. We will always remember the great times we had with you both at work and also playing softball.