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 Kota, Linda J.
Died: 12/29/2017
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Kota, Linda J.

Kota, Linda J. age 69 of Frankford Twp., NJ passed away on Friday December 29th 2017 after a long and courageous battle with cancer at the Compassionate Care Hospice Dover, NJ. Born in Hackensack, NJ she grew up in Rochelle Park and spent many summers in Lake Tamarack where she met her husband, Daniel R. Kota. Linda lived in Sussex before moving to Frankford Twp. in 1974.

Daughter of the late Herman Martin and Marion (nee McDonough) Fink, Mrs. Kota was a graduate of the Hackensack High School class of 1966, Linda had a long and successful career, beginning as a Secretary for Cone Mills and later McGraw Hill Publishing. In 1969 Linda started working with the Ames Rubber Co. Hamburg, NJ as a Secretary and retired in 2010 as the Assistant to the President. A long time and dedicated member of the Branchville Presbyterian Church, Linda was a loving and devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister, daughter and friend to many.

Linda is survived by her beloved husband of forty eight years Daniel R. Kota, her daughter Christy J. Kota, her son Aaron J. and his wife Dena Kota, her stepmother Jane Summers Fink as well as her sister Patricia Sylvester and her cherished grandchildren Logan, Ryleigh and Bryce Kota.

A celebration of life will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorials in Linda’s memory may be made to the John Theurer Cancer Center #92 2nd Street Hackensack, NJ 07601 C/O Susan Parker for lung and brain cancer research.

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Here are some special memories shared by family and friends.
Linda was the kindest & sweetest person I had the honor of knowing and working with. She was a wonderful friend who will be missed by all.
Paula Trevelise
I have very fond memories of Linda while working at Ames Rubber Corporation. She was a classy lady with a great work ethic and easy-going personality. My sincere condolences to the Kota family.
Marilyn De Block
My deceased husband, Chris del Rosario, frequently spoke of Linda fondly with a high regard for her. They both worked together at Ames for several years and now they're probably working together in Heaven. Sincerest sympathies to the Kota family
Christina del Rosario
I was very fortunate to have known Linda. She was always a caring and lovely lady and will be dearly missed. Sincerest condolences go out to Dan and Family.
Nanette Stewart
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