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Monday April 29th, 2019
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Lin Dennebaum

Linda (Jackson) "Lin" Dennebaum, 68, of Dalton, died Wednesday in Tyler Memorial Hospital, surrounded by her loving family. She was the wife of James Dennebaum.

Born in Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital in Wellsboro, Pa., on Oct. 31, 1950, Lin was the daughter of the late Howard Jackson and Evelyn Gibbs Jackson.

After moving from Wellsboro to Clarks Summit in 1963, she was educated in the Abington Heights schools. During her senior year, the family moved to Dalton and she graduated from Lackawanna Trail High School. Lin was raised in a devout Methodist family. She was employed as a store clerk at Parklane Hosiery, Viewmont Mall, for several years. Then she became co-owner of Bus Stop Hoagies in Clarks Summit. Lin later became the sole proprietor of the business and remained there for 17 years. While running the hoagie business, she was known as "Loverly Lin" by her friends and many loyal customers.

Lin's real passion was interior decorating and that, along with her love of 1950s memorabilia, was shown in her and her husband's home that they lovingly designed and built together over several years. It was their pride and joy as a home full of love and family.

In addition to her loving husband, Jim, Lin is survived by a brother, Russ and wife, Karen, Lake Winola; two stepchildren, four stepgrandchildren and one great-stepgrandson; and several nieces and nephews.

Linda was preceded in death by her parents, Howard and Evelyn Jackson; a sister, Ruth Norton, Scranton; and two brothers, Howard, Plano, Texas; and Donald, Taylor, Pa.

The family will receive relatives and friends from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Jennings-Calvey Funeral and Cremation Services Inc., 111 Colburn Ave., Clarks Summit, and Monday from 11 to 11:45 a.m. at Lake Winola United Methodist Church, Maple Drive, Lake Winola, PA 18625. A funeral service will be Monday at the church at noon, to be celebrated by Pastor Nick McMichael and Lin's brother, Russ Jackson. Interment will be private.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Lake Winola United Methodist Church. For directions or to leave an online condolence, visit the funeral home website. Jennings-Calvey is honored to serve the family of Linda Dennebaum


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Russell, I just found out today about Lin.. I'm so sorry.  I remember all the great times we spent on the Ave. We had a lot of fun.  I would have been at the viewing but I'm living in Florida.. Again I'm so sorry for hear about Lin.  God Bless and Take Care, you are my thoughts and prayers. Marlene Orr Ubaldini

marlene orr Ubaldini May 20 2019 12:00 AM

To the Family. Our condolence. May God comfort and soothe you during this most difficult time. Psalm 94:19

RH May 5 2019 12:00 AM

It is with our deepest sympathies for family and friends we send this.May your memories comfort you in this time of sorrow

Bruce and Cindy walters Apr 30 2019 12:00 AM

So saddened to see this today! We were away this weekend. I know she's at peace...but this girl rocked! Always upbeat and friendly to everyone .We both Arte and I wish her family peace in knowing she truly has not left our world! She is watching us and will keep us in tow thru her love!

Karen Trivelpiece Apr 29 2019 12:00 AM

To the Family:My condolences to all of you. May the memories you shared together and the promises found at John 6:40 and Acts 24:15 provide comfort at such a difficult time. All of God’s promises will be fulfilled, so look to the future with confidence.

W.J. Apr 29 2019 12:00 AM

The cross displayed over Lin is a sign of hope. Hope that all those who have gone on before us, who have trusted what Jesus Christ did on the cross, will one day be reunited with those of us who currently remain behind having that same trust.

Dave B Apr 29 2019 12:00 AM

My sincere sympathies. It was great seeing her over the summer.Rhoda (Prokop) Dellecave

Rhoda Dellecave Apr 28 2019 12:00 AM

OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHIES....LIN WAS TRULY AN UNFORGETTABLE WOMAN...LOVED HER FAMILY...BEST GRASS MOWER I EVER MET!! WE WILL MISS HER...R.I.P. DEAR LIN..

Barbara Alden Apr 27 2019 12:00 AM

So loved. We will all miss her greatly❤️

Fawn and cory Apr 26 2019 12:00 AM