Linda M. Nettleton Bevens died Dec. 29, 2012 in Clackamas. In 1991, she received her Master's degree from PSU and prior to her passing, worked for Protocall Services Inc. for 13 years. Linda enjoyed playing piano in her spare time. She is preceded in death by her father, Max Nettleton and survived by her mother, Clista Bunch of Keizer; sister, Dee-Dee (and husband Gene) Mostoller of Salem; daughter, Shelley Alsdorf of Wilsonville; son, Steve Bevens of Camas, Wash.; and grandchildren, Alicia, Nick and John Alsdorf of Willsonville, Tianna Bevens of Camas, Wash.; and nephew, Patrick Farrier of Keizer. A service will be held at Ross Hollywood Chapel on Saturday, Jan. 12 at 11 a.m.
Following are remembrances from her family, from the newspaper announcement we found:
Grandma - You helped me so much in my life, and have helped me become who I am today. You will always have a place in my heart, and while your passing has left a hole in my life, I will always remember the good times and the great memories I have of you. I love you, and always will. ~ Alicia Alsdorf
My grandmother was a wonderful blessing in my life. she was always there for people when you needed her and always had the right mind to put a smile on your face. she will be missed. ~ John Alsdorf
Linda always good for a smile and a hearty laugh she will be missed even though we didn't see much of each other the last few years she will always be in my heart. ~ Cousin Donna Smith-Lee
I know you are with your your Dad and Aunt Crystal and are in a better place. You will be missed more then you know. Love always.
~ Luana Contreras
Our deepest sympathy to all the family. Your are in our thoughts and prayers. We will see you Saturday. Big hugs.
~ Mike & Candi Chamberlain
You were a wonderful, supportive, loving mother that was always there for me. I will feel forever grateful, blessed and honored that I was your daughter. You taught me strength, determination and endurance in everything you did. You're forever in my heart, Mom
~ Love, Shelley
FROM OUR CLASSMATES:
I remember Linda from Junior High and High school days. She was always so cheerful and made me laugh many times, fun to be around. She was on the missing list and I regret that we couldn't locate her, she wasn't that far away. My sympathy to all her family and friends. ~ Kathy Michek