There is a welcome home party going on in Heaven for Linda Kay Stinebaugh (Calandrelle). She departed this world January 17, 2022 at the age of 67.
Linda was born “a city girl”, in Hagerstown Maryland to Mario Alfred and Betty Jane Calandrelle, on June 10, 1954, their first child. A little before her 6th birthday, she moved to the country on the outskirts of Boonsboro Maryland with her parents.
As time marched on her family grew with the birth of her siblings, Brenda Lee Calandrelle, who only stayed a day on this earth, Mauri Jane Calandrelle Glisson, and Mario Ernest Calandrelle, who was born her senior year of high school.
She married and moved away for a short season to the Portsmouth, Virginia area. While she was there she gave birth to a beautiful, amazing baby girl, Tara Lynn Shilling. They moved back to the Hagerstown area for a number of years, during which time a handsome, bright blue eyed baby boy was born, named Chad Michael Shilling.
Over time Linda and her children migrated to Waynesboro, Pennsylvania, where she spent the rest of her days here on Earth.
Linda Married David Stinebaugh in 1996, increasing the size of her family even more to include, Linda and her husband Randy Clark, Donald and his wife Shannon Stinebaugh and Michael Stinebaugh. Chad also added to the count with his lovely lady, Nicki Long and her children. To date, Linda has a total of 13 Grandchildren and 1 great grandchild.
Linda has a heart of compassion for others. Her name means beautiful in Spanish, that she was, both inside and out. Family was her life’s passion, she will be missed greatly by those of us still here but she was greeted in Heaven, with great celebration by her grandparents, Mario & Josephine Calandrelle, as well as Ernest & Hazel Smith, her dad, her sister Brenda, her son Chad, many other family members, loved ones, and all of her pets.
A Celebration of Life Ceremony Potluck will be held at 2 p.m. on January 22, 2022 at Jesus Alive Ministries, 42 South Broad St Waynesboro, PA 17268.
In remembrance of Linda Stinebaugh’s life, the family would appreciate any charitable donations be made to The Muscular Dystrophy Association online here, or Leukemia Society online here, in her honor.
Grove-Bowersox Funeral Home, Waynesboro is assisting with the arrangements.
Online condolences may be expressed at the funeral home’s website.