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Linda Sue Adducchio

May 31, 1942 ~ January 23, 2024 (age 81) 81 Years Old

Linda Adducchio Obituary


Linda Sue (Crane) Adducchio left this earthly plane to be with her Lord and Savior on January 23, 2024 at Arnot Ogden Medical Center after a long illness. Linda was born on May 31, 1942 in Addison, New York.

It would be an understatement to say just how much Linda was loved by her family and friends.  She was a rock for so many people in her life that the list could go on forever. She was joyful, creative, fun-loving, and could always make you laugh out loud with her incredible sense of humor.  Linda loved her husband John with all her heart and soul and when he passed in 2018 her loss was profound.  It is heartening to say that they are together now. They had thirty-two wonderful years as husband and wife and lived their lives having adventures and caring for their beautiful home in the town of Erwin. When John fell ill, the last two years of his life was spent with Linda taking care of his every need, a task she did willingly and with great love and care.   

Linda was an avid gardener and her landscaped yard was filled with flowering trees and perennials; its beauty was a source of joy for all who visited with her at her home. She was happy with her hands in the soil.  She built many things to enhance her home, she was as great with tools as any carpenter; and was the first woman that we knew that built her own “She Shed” room in the upstairs of her barn as a place to go contemplate and read. She loved doing puzzles with her sister Kay and singing songs around the table.

Linda was a marvelous cook, and many holidays were spent at her long table with the whole family enjoying her delicious meals while giving thanks for their bounty. In her retirement she acted as a monitor for her husband John who drove bus for the area in his retirement.  They had great times with the kids and she was known to always have gum in her purse on special days.  The kids just loved her. They had so much fun working together. She acted as a real Mom to her step-daughters as they lost their mother early in life; she could always provide an ear or a hug when it was needed. Linda was a true woman of God.  She belonged to the Curtis Baptist Church in Campbell, NY and enjoyed worship as often as she could get there. Her faith was important to her daily life.

Linda is survived by her children Michael Farrand of Elmira, NY, Mark Farrand (Cassie) of Painted Post, NY, Lisa Hunt, Horseheads, NY; her step-daughters, Katherine Foss (Henry) of Corning, NY and Dianne McDowell (Jim), of Eaton, NY; grandchildren Melinda Space (Cassidy), Serenna Space (Jens), Aaron Space (Ashley); Step-grandchildren, Laura Stevenson (Jamie), Taylor McDowell (Marleena), Mason McDowell (Genesis); Great-grandchildren, Charlotte Stich, Kasey Curry, and Maddison, Zaccary, Jaxxson, and Scarlett Space; Great step-grandchildren Madison Webster (Jake), Kyler Stevenson, and siblings: Sally Sutton (Charles), Kay Ayers (Ken), Mike Crane (Jodi), Nora Darcangelo; and many cousins, nieces and nephews. She will be missed greatly by her dearest friends Gerri Bruielly and Phyliss Crook and John’s nephew Ben Adducchio (Jessica) who visited often during summers.

In addition to her parents, Linda was predeceased by her beloved husband John Adducchio, siblings Betty Llewellyn, Dorothy Symonds, Rita DeMonstoy, Thomas Crane (Janet), Marty Spidel; and her parents the late Frank and Myrtle (Sibley) Crane.

Services and a celebration of her life is to be announced.




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