Linda Flammer

Linda Flammer

March 26, 1945 - January 25, 2021
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Linda Flammer, 75, of Reading, passed away during the early hours of Monday, January 25, 2021, in the care of Reading Hospital. She was the widow of Robert M. Flammer, Jr., who passed away in March, 2004. Born in Reading, Linda was a daughter of the late Frederic F. and Catherine A. (Kurtz) Imgrund.

Graduating from Wilson High School, Linda received her Secretarial Certification from Reading Business Institute. From 1966 until 1996, Linda worked as a legal secretary for Balmer, Kershner, Mogel, & Speidel Esqs. In 1996 she formed her own business as a companion and caregiver until 2004. From 2005 until her retirement in 2013, Linda worked for the Reading School District as a secretary.

She was a member of the Reading Assembly #33, the International Order of Rainbow Girls, and was a life member of Reading Chapter No. 251 Order of the Eastern Star. In 1963 the Rainbow Girls named her a Worthy Advisor, and in the same year, she became a member of the Grand Cross of Color.

In 2014, Linda started volunteering as an Ombudsman with the Pennsylvania Department of Aging, Berks County Agency on Aging.

Linda is survived by her brother, Richard A. Imgrund, his wife, Carole, two nephews (Alan and James), one great niece (Alexandra), and two great nephews (Jeremy and Brian). In addition to her parents and her husband, Linda was predeceased by her son, Phillip A. Imgrund.

Services for Linda will be private at the convenience of her family. The Edward J. Kuhn Funeral Home, Inc., is entrusted with arrangements. Condolences may be expressed at
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Jeanette Minnich

Posted at 05:16pm
So sorry to hear about Linda's passing. We had some great times when we were in Luther League together many years ago. She was also a special part of my wedding. She was a kind and caring person She is at peace now. God Bless the family. Jeanette Minnich and Family

Mollie Ann Miller

Posted at 01:27pm
So very sorry to hear of Linda's passing. Such a kind gentle woman. So glad she is finally at peace and her stress levels are completely gone. God bless you all, Mollie Miller

Reading OES

Posted at 10:47am
To the Family of Linda Flammer,
Reading Chapter #251, Order of the Easter Star sends condolences on the death of Linda.
She had been a member of Star since 1964.

Daisy Ramos

Posted at 07:00am
Linda and I worked at Reading School District. I retired in 2012 and moved away. We were recently reacquainted through Facebook. It was perfect timing for us. For those sleepless nights we would chat online as long as we could keep up. I believe it was helpful for the both of us. I even prayed with her asking God to give us strength to get through. God is faithful. May she Rest In Peace. My condolences to her friends and family. 🙏
God bless,
Mrs. Daisy Ramos

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