Ryckman, Linda Heather

Ryckman: Linda, 70 years, beloved wife of Ken Ryckman, mother of Mark and Michelle, passed away at the Souris Health Centre on Wednesday, August 17, 2022. A celebration of Linda’s life was held at the Souris & Glenwood Community Hall, Souris, on Tuesday, August 23, 2022. Private interment in the Souris & Glenwood Cemetery. In memory of Linda, donations may be made to the Souris Minor Hockey Associations.

44 thoughts on “Ryckman, Linda Heather”

  1. Ken and Family, we were honored to know Linda for a short time but both you and Linda made us feel like family when we joined your crew at Aspen Grove. Your family has had a great loss and we are sending you our deepest condolences.
    Bill and Phyllis Downing

  2. Our most sincere condolences to Ken & family! Hold your memories close to your heart!

    Don &Gail Morrison &family

  3. To Linda’s Family,
    Thinking of you all at this sad time in your lives. Linda was such a community minded person. Keep the memories of all she has done close to your hearts.

  4. My Sincere Condolences, Linda was a wonderful lady.
    Hold your memories close to your heart, may they never be too far apart.
    R.I.P. Linda.
    Denise Smith-Bosc

  5. Our deepest condolences Ken and family. Linda will always be a part of our camping family can’t express how much she is missed especially her beautiful laugh. We lost an amazing friend that morning but heaven gained a beautiful angel❤️❤️RIP our friend until we meet again. Terry and Bonnie

  6. Ken, Mark, Michelle and Families,
    We send our sincere condolences to all of you at this very sad time.
    Linda has always been an active member of our community and always a smile for everyone. A very nice person !! She will be missed.
    Marilyn, Robert & Family

  7. Our sincere condolences to Ken, Mark, Michelle and families. Our thoughts are with you all at this sad time.

  8. Ken and family so sorry for your loss our condolences to you all. Linda was a beautiful lady inside and out she will be missed thinking of you all.
    Darrell and Anna Barker

  9. Ken, Mark, Michelle & All Family,
    I am sorry to hear of Linda’s passing and I’m thinking of you all.
    May your wonderful memories of her carry you through this difficult time.
    Much love to you all.

  10. Ken Mark Michelle and families. We are so sorry for your loss. Linda was always ready to give a helping hand.

  11. Ken, Michelle, Mark and families. Linda was a wonderful person. I have many memories of her at Oak Lake Beach where I first met her and in later years whenever I would see her, usually in Souris. She always had a smile and time for a chat. I’m sending you all my deepest sympathies.

  12. We were so very sorry to hear about Linda’s passing. We were very fortunate to have Ken and Linda as camping neighbours at Aspen. Many evenings were spent beside the campfire. Our sincere condolences to Ken, Mark, Michelle and families. Love from Larry and Elaine.

  13. Our deepest sympathies to Ken and all the family. Souris will be missing this great Lady. May your fond memories help you at this sad time.

  14. I am so sad and sorry about Linda! Linda will always hold a special place in my heart. I have so many happy memories of Linda!
    To Ken and all the family my condolences.

  15. We were shocked and sadden to hear of Linda’s passing. She truly was one of a kind and we have very fond memories of the time that we spent together. Ken, Mark, Michelle our thoughts are with you at this time. Keith, Denise & Jessie Paul & family

  16. Ken, Mark Ange, Michelle Kyle, and families, we are very sorry for the loss of your wife, mother and grandma.

  17. Condolences to you Ken, Mark, Michelle and families.
    There are certain people I think of, when I think of “home” and Linda was certainly one of them. A very community minded woman who will be missed by so many. Thinking of you all during these tough days ahead.

  18. To Ken and families. Our deepest condolences from our house to yours. She will sadly be missed

  19. Ken, Mark,&Michelle – Our very sincere sympathy in your loss. Community and hockey was always in her heart. Jim & Pat Halliday

  20. Ken Mark. Michelle and your families We are so sorry for your loss Linda was a great camping friend we had lots of fun times and lots of laughs. We will miss her a lot RIP my friend

  21. So sorry for your loss Ken and family
    Our deepest sympathy to you all
    From Lois Cinnamon
    Keith and Renée Cinnamon
    Sheila and Paul Nykiforuk
    Pauline and Chris Olson

  22. So sorry for the passing of Linda,she was such an asset to our town ,and to her family,and will be missed by all.May she now Rest In Peace.

  23. Mark, Angie and extended Family: Sincere condolences in the loss of your mother. May your many memories of her help you during this tough time. Jim and Noreen Coates

  24. Ken, Mark, Michelle, and family,
    We are so incredibly sadden and sorry for the loss of your wife, Mom, and Grandma.
    There are so many happy memories that we have of Linda and the nights we all spent around the campfire.
    Linda was such an incredibly happy and exuberant woman and will be missed immensely!
    We are so fortunate to have known her and are so thankful for the friendship that we had with her and Ken.
    Our hearts ache for you and our thoughts are with you always.
    Sarah & Sean Stephenson

  25. My sincere sympathy to the Ryckman families. May precious memories bring you peace as you say goodbye to your loved one.

  26. So sorry for your loss our thoughts and prayers are with you. Linda will be missed by all who knew her.
    Sincerely Traci & Clive Ealing-Lobb

  27. Sincere sympathy to Ken and family on the sad loss of Linda. She will be missed by so many. Linda was a great friend to all who knew her. Sharing in your sorrow. Jim & Diane McKinnon

  28. Our condolences to Ken, Mark, Michelle and family at this sad time. Linda with her smile always ready will be missed by many. RIP Linda.

    Marg and Wally Kachanoski and family

  29. So sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. My sincere condolences to Mark and Michelle. I have so many memories of Linda and most of them center at the hockey rink.

  30. Sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. We knew each other primarily through her work with Souris EMS. Many years of tireless service did she provide to her peers and community. As the EMS Supervisor she provided leadership and professionalism while in a volunteer capacity, simply because she believed it was important for Souris and surrounding area. She touched many people’s lives, and for that we are very grateful to have known her. My condolences to all those hurting by Linda’s loss.

  31. We were so sorry to hear of your loss. We wish you peace and comfort in the support of family and friends
    Sincerely Brian & Kathie Saunderson

  32. Sorry very shocked and saddened to hear of Linda’s passing. She was so family and community minded and always there to offer a helping hand to anyone who needed it, and always with that smile and laugh that is remembered by all who knew here. My sincere condolences to Ken and the family.

  33. Dear Ken and family,
    My condolences on the loss of Linda.
    I didn’t know her, but she sounds like a well-loved and respected person.
    My thoughts are with you.

  34. Hello Kenny, Our condolences in your loss! I never knew Linda, but your Aunt Jean would often mention you and Barbie in our conversations. We kept in contact through telephone and occasional visit until she died. I was Edith Morden, and George and Shirley also remember when all of us played together when you would visit Grandparents Andy Ryckmans at Hartney in 1950’s. You and Barbie were a bit younger! I also remember your parents Annie & Earl whom we only saw a few times after they moved, although we would also hear from Aunt Ellen. Long time ago, but we still remember simpler times. Blessings to you and your family! Edith (Morden) &Bob Tarbet, Barrhead, AB!

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