Linda Marie Greene

March 29, 1949 ‒ April 27, 2020

Lewis Center, Ohio

Linda Marie Greene, age 71, of Lewis Center passed peacefully surrounded by her family on Monday, April 27, 2020.  Retired Kitchen Manager with 30 years of service to the Olentangy Local School District.

Born March 29, 1949 to Viola M. Stilson who survives and the late Gene M. Stilson.

Linda attended the Genoa Baptist Church, loved to dine out especially if it was at the Southside Diner in Mt. Vernon.  She enjoyed visiting Amish Country, attending the Ohio State Fair, watching The Hallmark Channel and Christmas movies and collecting change.

She was most proud of and enjoyed spending time with her daughters and grandchildren.

Also preceded in death by husband, Kenneth M. Greene and brother, John Stilson.

Survived by devoted daughters, Lynette Greene of Sunbury and Kenese (Aaron) Baker of Centerburg; grandchildren, Matthew Vadjunec and Aryka Baker; great-granddaughter, Harper; sister, Jeanette Ryan of Columbus; beloved dogs, Gracie and Sadie.

Private family service and interment at Kingwood Memorial Park, Lewis Center.

In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Ohio Health Hospice, in Linda’s memory.

The DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home of Sunbury is honored to serve the Greene family.  Please share a memory or condolence for the family on this website.

  • “Mom” – You are one of a kind! Always caring and loving to me! Your smile was infectious! Your school food recipes were the best, especially the egg salad.I will miss running into you occasionally at the stores and chitchatting. Watch over your family here on earth. The good Lord is gaining a beautiful Lady to his Angel collection!Go spread those wings and fly high

  • You will truly be missed by many! Your smile always lit up a room and you had such a gentleness about you. I can fondly remember spending time at the farm and riding the horse, John, and making mud pies with the girls in the little creek out back.
    Now you are in His arms and reunited with all the great men in your life: Father Gene, Husband Kenny, Brother John, and Nephew Willy.
    May the girls be comforted by the wonderful memories of the life you shared on Earth, and look forward to the day you will meet again.


  • Our hearts are broken. I have fond and funny memories of working with you in the OHS cafeteria. Over the years we remained close and all the visits along with our daughters will remain in our hearts. We love you so much and you will always be in our hearts.

    You are at peace and will be with the love of your life that you grieved for years.

    Much love to Lynette, Kenese and family. Memories will always be there to help you through this time of sorrow. Later fun things will trigger memories and bring sadness and joy to your heart.

    Love you girls so much. We are here for you.

  • My deep condolences to Linda’s family. I was blessed to serve under her leadership for two years in the kitchen at Olentangy High School before she retired. She was a wonderful person and a great manager. She was too young to pass from this world, but I like to imagine the joy she must be having now to see the face of Jesus and her beloved husband. Our loss is heaven’s gain.
    Donna Wells

  • I am sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. I have terrific memories of our time at Olentangy, she was a wonderful person. God Bless, your family is in my prayers.