Linda A. Lown

Linda A. Lown

Linda A. Lown

ALTAMONT — Linda A. Lown, a nurse who loved horses, died suddenly on Monday, Oct. 18, at her home in Altamont.
A lifelong resident of Altamont, she graduated from Guilderland High School and went on to become a licensed practical nurse. She worked at the Guilderland Center Nursing Home and Sunnyview Rehabilitation Center. At the time of her death, she was employed at TEC Northeast in Altamont.

“Linda had a love of horses,” her family wrote in a tribute. “She enjoyed riding, showing, and caring for them. She also enjoyed spending time with her nieces and nephews and watching them grow up.”

Her beloved parents, Victor H. Lown and Nancy J. (née McCann) Lown, died before her.

She is survived by her siblings: Michael Lown of Pidgeon Forge, Tennessee, Timothy Lown and his wife, Pamela, of Duanesburg, Nancy Herrmann and her husband, Richard, of Clifton Park, and by many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

The family thanks her home-health caregivers and friends for their love and support.

A graveside burial will take place at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 13, at the Fairview Cemetery at 6400 Hawes Road in Altamont.

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