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Linda K. (McMurdo) Pfeiffer

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Linda K. (McMurdo) Pfeiffer
Linda K. (McMurdo) Pfeiffer

Linda Kay (McMurdo) Pfeiffer
December 23, 1961 ~ April 19, 2024

Linda Kay Pfeiffer, beloved wife, daughter, sister and friend, passed away on April 19, 2024 in Salina, Kansas. She was born on December 23, 1961 to Roscoe and Carol McMurdo. Linda’s departure has left a void in the lives of all who knew her, but her memory will forever remain in the hearts of those she touched.

In 1986, Linda exchanged vows with her beloved husband, Mark L. Pfieffer at the Little White Chapel in Las Vegas, Nevada. Their union was a testament to their love and devotion to each other, creating a bond that would stand the test of time.

Linda’s life journey was marked by her dedication to her work and her unwavering spirit. She began her career at the front desk of the Salina Journal, where she demonstrated professionalism and a strong work ethic. In 1999, she rose to Pre-Press Supervisor, demonstrating her leadership skills and attention to detail. In her final years, she worked at CherryRoads of Hutchinson, Kansas as a Pre-Press Productions expert, leaving a lasting impact on her colleagues and the industry.

Outside of her professional life, Linda found solace and joy in her hobbies and interests. She had a passion for crocheting and created beautiful pieces that reflected her creativity and talent. Additionally, she cherished her visits to Branson, Missouri, where she enjoyed watching music shows and exploring the area’s attractions. These experiences brought her immense happiness and allowed her to relax from the demands of everyday life.

Linda is survived by her husband Mark, her brothers Bob (Debbie) Doug (Ami) and Ron (Jennifer), as well as her nieces and nephews, who meant the world to her. Their love and support sustained Linda through life’s challenges and brought her moments of joy and laughter.

A celebration of life in Linda’s honor will take place on Saturday, April 27 at 2:00 PM at Ryan Mortuary, 137 N 8th, St., Salina, KS. Mark suggests donations be made to Gentiva Hospice or the Tammy Walker Cancer Center of Salina, two organizations close to Linda’s heart.

Linda Kay Pfieffer will be remembered for her kindness, warmth and unwavering love for her family and friends. Her legacy lives on in the memories shared by those who were fortunate to know her. May she rest in peace knowing she was deeply loved and will be greatly missed.

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