Linda Kay Mausolf

Linda Kay Mausolf, 61, of Larned, Kansas danced the time warp into eternity on the morning of November 1, 2021, Amarillo, Texas.

No funera lservices will be held at this time. The family will hold a memorial at a later date in spring 2022, for family and friends. Linda was born on August 22, 1960, to Herman and Waneta Mausolf (Suhler). She graduated from Larned high school in 1978. She later attended and graduated with a degree in Pharmacology from the University of Kansas in 1984. She worked as a pharmacist at Stormont Vail Hospital, as well as the Veteran’s administration Hospital, both in Topeka Kansas. She Later worked at the Larned state Hospital and also the community hospital located in Liberal, Kansas.

Linda was a sudoku and crossword puzzle fanatic, loved all types of music, movies and art. She had a great love of books and college sports. She loved to travel and was able to visit all 48 of the contiguous US states for collegiate football and basketball games, as well as vacations and to visit family and friends. But her greatest true love was that of her dogs: Ripley, Sophie, Phoebe and Carly, all who preceded her in death. She leaves behind her beloved canine companion, ZeeZee.

Linda was preceded in death by her parents, her older brother Craig Mausolf, and A nephew, Jeremy Rasmussen. She is survived by her sister Cheryl Rasumussen, and husband Curt, of Jetmore, Kansas, and her sister Amy Bohn, and husband Joe, of Amarillo, TX. She leaves behind numerous nieces and nephews, and also great-nieces and nephews.

Linda was a fun, caring, generous person, who is loved and missed deeply by her family and friends, and anyone who knew her. LYMYCLWYC

In lieu of flowers please donate to the Amarillo ASPCAhttps://www.amarillospcashelter.com/

2 Replies to “Linda Kay Mausolf”

  1. Linda was a great classmate in Larned high… although we lost touch after graduation, my heart breaks for her family.💔sending prayers of comfort for the family! She had a contagious laughter and made everyone’s day brighter.

  2. Linda and I had a great time in high school. We shared a love of music and Spanish, and laughing! We even shared an apartment in Hays for a month, but definitely NOT because of her. I saw her only once since we moved back to Larned, and never got together.
    To Cheryl and Amy and family, my sincerest sympathies and prayers. I will cherish our memories. I wish I could be there for the service.

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