Norlie, Linda Louise (Nixon)

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Linda Norlie (Nixon)
April 24, 1951 ~ April 9, 2023

Linda Louise (Nixon) Norlie was born April 24, 1951 in Stettler, Alta. and passed away suddenly in Calgary, Alta. on April 9, 2023.

She was the fourth of seven children born to Dave and Betty Nixon. She was raised on the family farm at Byemoor and attended Grades 1-11 at Byemoor School. She took her Grade 12 at Drumheller Composite High School where she stayed in the dorms in Drumheller. After graduation, she took a secretarial course in Calgary and then worked at the Foothills Hospital.

Linda married Bill Bramfield in 1971 and lived in Calgary and area for a time before moving back to the family farm in Craigmyle. Bill passed away suddenly and Linda continued to farm with help from her dad and family members.

She married Larry Norlie (children Clint and Karla) in 1984 and moved to his farm a few miles away from the Bramfield homestead.

Linda will be remembered for her love of family and work ethic which definitely showed in her house and beautiful yard. She was a faithful, hardworking member of the groups she volunteered with, including the Craigmyle Historical Society.

She leaves behind, her husband Larry, sons and families: Mark and Amanda (Bradley, Nate and Sloan), Alec and Roxanne (Ally); stepchildren: Clint and Michelle (Kali, Garret, Logan, Mia, Rachel and Lily), Karla and family.

She will be terribly missed by her siblings: Wayne and Loree Nixon and family, Pat and Stan Hansen and family, Dale and Carol Nixon and family, Wanda and Don Wilkie and family, Terry and Anne Nixon and family, and Dave and Lynne Nixon and family; brother-in-law Jim and Marylin Norlie and family; special nieces and nephews as well as numerous relatives, extended family, friends and acquaintances.

She goes on to join her mom and dad, Dave and Betty Nixon, in-laws John and Emily Bramfield, first husband Bill Bramfield, in-laws Alfe and Ida Norlie, nephew Troy Hansen and others.

Linda was a country girl; happiest in the outdoors, attending to her lawn and flower beds and helping out whoever needed a hand. She was deeply loved and will be missed for all she was and all she did.

Special thanks to all the EMTS, Fire Department, 911 Staff, the Health Care providers at the Foothills Hospital and the Peter Lougheed Centre, STARS Air Ambulance and our funeral director.

A private burial was held at the Craigmyle Cemetery, followed by a luncheon for family and friends at the Craigmyle Historic Church on Sun. April 16, 2023.

If desired, donations in memory of Linda can be made directly to STARS Air Ambulance or the Craigmyle Historic Church.

Hanna Funeral Services Ltd. has been entrusted with the care and the arrangements, 403-854-5956, www.hannafuneral.ca.

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