Memory Book for Linda Brayer Stone
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Gary, I am very sorry about your wife's death. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help you and your family. Sharlene Deskins


Posted by: Sharlene Deskins - Seabrook, MD
Jul 26, 2013


All our love, thoughts and prayers to the family on the loss of cousin Linda


Posted by: Mark J Brayer - East Victor, NY - 1st cousin
Mar 19, 2013


Gary and Family,

We are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you and your family.

Judy and Art


Posted by: Judy and Art Thacher - Westminster, MD - Friends
Mar 17, 2013


Gary, I want to express how grateful I am to Linda and you for the way you've helped people. Linda's involvement with the Mid-Atlantic chapter of AAMFT helped countless practitioners (including me) and clients. Similarly, your work with the MHHOA helps so much. You two found paths to make a real differences. I thank Linda for her help for so many. Obviously, service to others is a value you both shared and accomplished.


Posted by: Jay McKeel - Laurel, MD - friend
Mar 15, 2013


You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.


Posted by: Homer and Terrie Haas - Lake Havasu City - cousin
Mar 15, 2013


I have known Linda for many years. I appreciate her special qualities that made it easy and comfortable to work with her. I wish to convey my deepest sympathy to her family.


Posted by: Liz Vanden Heuvel - Annapolis, MD - fellow family therapist
Mar 15, 2013


We met Linda and Gary when their eldest son Jesse married our first, or eldest, granddaughter Rachel. We got to know Linda and Gary better when they came to our Laurel home for lunch and an afternoon of visiting - on more than one
occasion. We liked them both, and were pleased that our Rachel had such great in-laws. Linda was one of the sweetest, gentlest, most loving and giving ladies we knew.
As Rachel had pointed out, Linda was in a similar position as I was - mother of two sons with a first grandchild being a little girl! Her first granddaughter was Ella, whom she loved dearly; and my first granddaughter was Rachel, whom I love dearly. This relationship brought her, as well as me, the outpouring of newly awakened grandmother bonding and love. In this role, Linda took lots of photos of Ella and shared them - many with us. I too had taken lots of photos of Rachel and shared them. Some of the best photos we have of her granddaughter Ella, who is also our great-granddaughter Ella, are photos that Linda took and shared with us. We'll think of her every time we look at them.
We feel privileged to have known Linda; and are thankful that we hope to see her one day again when it is our turn to enter God's presence in Heaven. Ian and Ginnie


Posted by: Ginnie McLaren - Marco Island, FL
Mar 14, 2013


I wrote a Haiku for your wedding, but I just don't have it in me now. We'll miss you Linda.


Posted by: Wayne & Gloria Straight - Sykesville, MD - Friend
Mar 14, 2013