Linda Cope Obituary (1950 – 2021) – Everett, WA

Linda Kay Cope was born on April 4, 1950 in Worthington, Minnesota. She passed away peacefully on October 20, 2021. The family would like to express their heartfelt thanks to the Puget Sound Kidney Center at Smokey Point and Skagit Valley Hospital for the love and care they showed their mother and grandfather.

Linda was born to James and Agnes Burns. She had 9 siblings and was always referred to as the baby of the family whether she liked it or not! Linda grew up in the small town of Brewster and graduated from Worthington High School. She married John Zeiner and they had 3 children together: Jeffrey, Julie and Amy.

Linda eventually remarried Lewis Cope and moved to Darrington, Washington. Here she found her happy home. Mainly because both their daughters and 4 granddaughters lived here and they were able to create so many wonderful memories together.

Linda worked as a cashier at Lowe’s and retired in 2020. She enjoyed many hobbies such as reading books, solving Sudoku puzzles, playing games on her Kindle, gardening, and helping her grandchildren in all of their sports and other activities. Linda loved animals and lived for her two dachshund boys Gunnie and Scout – also known as “the boys”.

Linda leaves behind her daughters Julie Monteith (Chad) and Amy Coggins (Jeff); her granddaughters Brooke Monteith, Breanna Monteith, Kayley Coggins, and Kelsey Coggins; her sisters Carol Fauglid and Janet Jacobsen (Roger); her sisters-in-law Garnet Burns and Betty Burns; her brother-in-law Bill Burmeister and numerous nieces and nephews.

Her son Jeff precedes her in death; both parents; her siblings Marcella Burns, Arlene Burns, Gene Burns, Lois Kirchner (Joe), Don Burns, Marlys Burmeister and Darlene Kremer; and her great-nephew Gavin Kruse.

A memorial service will be held on Thursday, October 28th at 11 a.m. at the Weller Funeral Home in Arlington, WA

April 4, 1950 – October 20, 2021

Published by The Herald (Everett) October 27 to October 28, 2021.

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