Linda Lou Senf-Wittman

October 10, 1943 - June 30, 2020
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Linda Lou Senf-Wittman “Lindi” passed away on 6/30/2020 at the age of 77 at her home in Tuscon, AZ. Born in Salamanca, NY on October 10, 1942. She graduated school in Kenmore, NY and attended Kentucky Wesleyan College in Owensboro, KY. She worked at Saratoga Springs Hospital in Administration before moving to Tucson, AZ. There she worked at the University of Arizona in Human Resources and Children’s Clinics for Rehabilitative Services. She retired from Hanger Clinics: Prosthetics and Orthotics.
Preceded in death by parents; Marjorie Leininger-Church and Winton Church as well as Henry and Betty Senf, her husband Carl Mott, her brother Donald Senf and her daughter Donna Lynn Wittman.
She is survived by her children; Michael and Melissa Wittman, Patricia and Kevin Rowley. Five Grandchildren; Brett and Kelly Wittman, Kahlen Donna Wittman, Garrison Wittman, Trenton Wittman, and Shealyn Lou Rowley. Godmother of Theresa L Allen-Matubleski. Linda is also survived by nieces and nephews and a large extended Family. She will be greatly missed by her loving pets Harley & Suzi.
Linda’s beautiful smile and uplifting soul will be remembered by many…
“Those we love are never really lost to us – We feel them in so many special ways – Through friends they always cared about and dreams they left behind, in beauty that they added to our days… In words of wisdom we still carry with us and memories that never will be gone… Those we love are never really lost to us – For everywhere their special love lives on. – A. Bradley
No visitations are planned at this time. A celebration of Lindi’s life will be scheduled at a later date.

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Born: October 10, 1943
Died: June 30, 2020

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Anita Kennison posted on 9/9/20

I am so sad sbout the loss of Lindi. She was a wonderfully warm, sweet, kind person with a dry wit. I've missed seeing her once a week for the brunch. (obviously cancelled). I pray that when our brunches resume, Lindi will be there with us.


Jen Russell posted on 9/9/20

I have nothing but the sweetest memories of Aunt Linda. From being a little girl to present day. She was loved by my Grama so deeply!! There are many memories with all our family, mom and her too. I remember when your entire family lived here and our family would visit yours for the day. Your mom was always “smiles and sunshine” even when it was frigid and snowing outside and your dad would take us snowmobiling. Returning to the house your mom was love and warmth. Later in life she was someone easy to talk with and share what was in my heart. I appreciate the conversations I had with her especially after my Darrell passed. We shared a bond in loss, that we never wanted but it helped to talk together, even if only sporadically. I can only imagine your heartache, because of my own losses. Prayers and love. No one ever replaces your momma!