Linda Marie Serrata

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September 25, 1947 ~ November 12, 2023

Born in: Omaha, Nebraska
Resided in: College Station, Texas

Linda was a caring Sister, Wife, Mother, Grandmother,  Great Grandmother and Friend. She left this world suddenly on November 12, 2023 at age 76. 

Linda was raised in Omaha Nebraska by her loving adoptive parents Peter and Margaret Nicotero. After graduating from high school she married and raised her family across the US living in California, Texas, Alaska, Kansas, Oklahoma as well as her native Nebraska. She worked for many years for United States Civil Service and finished her career helping others while employed with Catholic Charities. Linda was an avid crafts person and reader. Her children spent many enjoyable hours perusing through local craft and bookstores with her. Working on ceramics and sewing were two of her favorite crafts. She enjoyed traveling, baking and preparing the family style Italian dinner on Sunday after Mass. She was a devout Catholic.

Later in life she discovered her birth family. Meeting her birth mother and sisters brought her peace and helped her understand her complex history. She developed a close bond with her Sisters and visited them in Iowa and Arizona getting to know their families.

She was preceded in death by her parents and a sister. She is survived by her ex husband Matias Serrata Jr, Sons Rene and Ronald Serrata, Daughter Antonia, Brother Michael,  Sisters Sharon, Sheila and MaryLynn, 8 grandchildren and many great grandchildren along with nieces and many dear friends.

In the spring we will be hosting a Celebration of Life to remember her. 

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  1. Dear Linda #1 will be missed by many in this community. We visited every day & shared our love of our Savior, encouraging each other and enjoying retirement. She fought for the rights of others and prayed fervently. Although we weren’t in agreement with politics we focused on the things we did agree with. God is good and we will all be together in Heaven.
    I’m going to get a big hug when I see her there!!!
    Linda #2 ✝️

  2. My sweet dear friend I am going to miss you so! I will miss our talks and laughter sitting outside most every night you and I as different as we are understood each other. I know I will see you again someday and we can talk and walk together! Love you so much

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