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Linda Cerroni

Linda Lee Cerroni

Saturday, March 3rd, 1951 - Monday, May 4th, 2020
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Linda Lee Cerroni (NEE Faisst) - 69, of Northfield, passed away unexpectedly, on Monday, May 4, 2020. Linda was the daughter of the late Harry and Alice Faisst. Born March 3, 1951, she was raised in Somers Point.
Linda was predeceased by her daughter, Michelle Cerroni and sister, Carol Seyler. Linda worked most of her adult life at Bacharach Rehabilitation and Atlantic Medical Center in Galloway until her retirement in 2016.
Linda was a loving, caring and spiritual soul, who was always there for you. She was very passionate about her "oldies" and dancing. She never missed a dance growing up. She was noted for singing "Over the Rainbow" and also made a recording of this song.Her most notable trait was how funny she was. There are so many humorous stories to be told. She was a blond-haired beauty and would brightened any room. She loved the beach and traveling, as well as spending time with family and friends. Above all,she cherished by her two daughters and granddaughter and always put them first. Linda is survived by her daughter, Renee Santo, granddaughter, Melanie Santo, Sister, Marilyn Giacobbe (Salvatore), and brother, Harry Faisst, and former husband, Anthony Cerroni, as well as many nieces and nephews. A memorial in honor of Linda will be at a later date due.
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Carol Kirchner

Posted at 10:32am
Linda and I were best girlhood friends ! She was so funny she made me laugh a lot! We shared so many times especially dances! I love going to her house because her mom was so kind and loving ;
We lost touch last few years but we both knew if we ever needed each other we’d be there!
So sorry Renee, Melanie , Marilyn Susie and Harry .My sincere condolences; Carol Brown Kirchner
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