Linda Chavarria

Linda Chavarria nee Brown passed away peacefully surrounded by her devoted family.

Beloved wife of Dr. Arturo Chavarria for 50 years.

Cherished mother of Antonio (Sara) Chavarria, Andrea (Gary CFD) Lassandrello, & Arturo Chavarria Jr.

Proud grandmother of Beni & Nico.

Devoted daughter of the late Elena nee Orozco & Roy Brown.

Dear sister of Roy, Alicia, Christine, Gloria, John, & the late Manuel & John.

Fond aunt of many nieces & nephews.

 Funeral Tuesday 9:45 am from Thompson & Kuenster Funeral Home, 5570 W. 95th St. Oak Lawn to St. Germaine Church for Mass at 10:30 am.

Entombment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.

Visitation Monday from 3:00 pm until 9:00 pm.

Past President of Christ Hospital Auxiliary.

Longtime parishioner & volunteer at St. Germaine Church.

In lieu of flowers, memorials to St. Vincent de Paul c/o St. Germaine Church, 9711 S. Kolin Ave., Oak Lawn, IL 60453 would be greatly appreciated.

Linda Chavarria nee Brown passed away on January 17, 2019 at her home surrounded by family and loved ones.  Born October 26, 1947, Linda was a native of Dallas, Texas who met her future husband Arturo Chavarria in Chicago in 1967.  To those who knew her, Linda was the embodiment of love and caring. Be it family, friends, neighbors, church or charities, Linda would always lend a helping hand to those in need and enjoyed it with all of her heart.  Linda was a passionate philanthropist, a driven charity organizer, a sharp administrator, a concerned neighbor, a talented chef, a patient listener, a devout Catholic, an outspoken critic of stupidity, a nature lover, a PBS viewer, a Limoncello connoisseur, the occasional fan of her husbands jokes, a Rod Stewart die hard who loved to dance and a resident expert of Downton Abbey.  She was a beloved mother, a cherished grandmother, a one of a kind soul-mate wife of Dr. Arturo Chavarria for fifty years and above all else; a true and loyal friend.  She will be sorely missed on Earth, but ready and waiting to be with her loved ones again when they meet on the other side.

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