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Linda "Minnie" Dimberg
December 19, 1946 ~ January 10, 2024 (age 77) 77 Years Old
Linda Louise Dimberg, affectionately known as Minnie, gracefully departed from this world on January 10, 2024. She was born on December 19, 1946, in Warsaw, Indiana, to Raymond E Dimberg and Marie K Dimberg. Linda was the beloved daughter of Raymond and Marie and the stepdaughter of Olive E. Dimberg. She was a caring sister to her brother, Larry E Elliott, who was married to Lois G Elliott.
Linda is survived by her nephew Brian Elliott (Michele), her niece, Elizabeth Cavanaugh (Patrick) and her five great nieces and nephews Katelyn Elliott ,Lindsay Elliott Jack Elliott, Morgan Cavanaugh and Maggie Cavanaugh.
Linda graduated from Holy Cross Nursing School in South Bend, Indiana in 1972. Her pursuit of knowledge later led her to Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, where she earned an MBA. Linda's professional journey was marked by 33 years as an ICU nurse at Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. Her unwavering commitment to helping those in need extended beyond the hospital walls as she transitioned into Information Systems.
In 2005, Linda relocated to Grand Rapids, Michigan, where she played a crucial role in the implementation of Metro Health Hospital's EPIC charting system. Her contributions to the healthcare field were invaluable, reflecting her passion for making a positive impact.
Linda’s biggest joy was spending time with her family and friends and spoiling her cat, Dolly. She loved watching Notre Dame, Chicago Bears and the Cubbies and was a passionate fan at her great nieces and nephews sporting events. A book enthusiast, she could often be found engrossed in the latest novels, with at least 2-3 books in progress at any given time.
Linda Louise Dimberg will be remembered for her kindness, sweet smile, and the love she shared with those fortunate enough to know her.
In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests donations be made to either the Kent County Humane Society (www.hswestmi.org) or the Children’s Hospital of Chicago (www.luriechildrens.org) in Linda's name.