Obituary of Linda Louise Mock
Born: August 30, 1938
Passed Away: July 3rd 2018
Married to Bernhard L Mock Sr, Passed Away: August 15th 2005
She was proceeded in death by her Parents, Nettie and Frank Campanaro and her Sister Elaine.
She is survived by her Brother Frank Jr and her sons Bernhard Jr, Anthony and Michael Mock. Daughters in law Lee, Lisa, Renee. Her grandchildren Stephanie, Ryan, Chase, Shea, Kyle, Christopher, Cody, Austin, Brianna, Sierra, Victoria, Dennelle, Mike, Kenny, Bobbie. Great grandchildren Hudson, Elle, Johan, Elijah, Tayah, Eva, Ezra and Jett.
Linda was born in Jersey City New Jersey, Moved to Colonia NJ, where she met her future husband, Bernhard. They moved to Hawthorne California in 1962, Huntington Beach in 1963.
Linda started her California Career at Hughes Aviation as a keypunch operator, then on to McDonnell Douglas in Huntington beach where she was given a Scholarship to Learn Computer Programming (Cobalt, Fortran) became a lead programmer @ McDonnell Douglas. She went on to hold programing positions at Star-Kist, Heinz Corp and Gelsons.
After retirement she taught Photography and C+ Computer programing at Mohave College
She was a pioneer as far as being a Woman in the Programming Industry!
She was involved in Catholic Daughters of America- Our Lady of the Lake
She loved her Children and Grandchildren and her Dogs. She was a diehard Baseball fan of both the Angels and the diamondbacks, still loved Computers, Bowling, Puzzles, Travel, Walmart Shopping and of course Elvis!
Memorial services: Saturday July 14th at Lietz-Fraze Funeral home @4pm to 6pm. 21 Riviera Blvd, Lake Havasu City, AZ. 86404.
Catholic Funeral Mass: Monday July 16th at Lady of the lake Catholic Church at 10am with a Rosary starting at 930am.
Celebration of life Lunch: Monday; 12:30 PM @ Lake Havasu Yacht Club 631 London Bridge RD.
In Lieu of flowers Please Send Donations in her Name to either:
Alzheimer's Foundation of America: alzfdn.org
Western Arizona Humane Society: westernarizonzhumane.org
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