Micromedia Remembers Linda Siemon Of Lakehurst

Linda J. Siemon (Photo courtesy Siemon Family)

LAKEHURST – Linda J. Siemon, 69 of Lakehurst died suddenly on Sunday, September 3, 2023 at 10:52pm at Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Neptune, NJ. Born in Irvington, NJ she resided in Clifton, Paterson, Newark & Little Falls before moving to Lakehurst 37 years ago. 

She was working for Diane Turton in Toms River for the last 7 years and prior she worked for Micromedia Publications in Lakehurst for over 10 years. She served on the Lakehurst Board of Education from 1990-1999 including a stint as Board president and as Councilwoman from 1999-2003 where she was a founding member of Youth and Recreation of Lakehurst.

She enjoyed crocheting, watching the waves at Island Beach State Park & LBI and reading novels from authors-James Paterson, Mary Higgins Clark, Mary Alice Monroe, & Danielle Steele.

She is predeceased by her husband David in 1996 & companion Jack Keegan in 2018.

Surviving are her children, Bryan D. Siemon & wife Amber Rankin, Caroline E. Siemon & partner Roy Vangorden, Laura M. Berdiel & husband Antonio Berdiel, & Nicholas T. Siemon & wife Allison Siemon. Siblings, Mary Susanne Osterberg, Claire Santelli, & Thomas Yesulitis. 2 grandchildren, twins- David-John and Nathan William.

Memorial Gathering is Sunday 1-3 PM at Oliverie Funeral Home, 2925 Ridgeway Rd, Manchester.

In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Popcorn Park Zoo, 1 Humane Way, Forked River, NJ 08731.

For directions or to send online condolences, please visit www.oliveriefuneralhome.com

“It is with deep sadness that I learned of the passing of Linda Siemon, who worked with our company for many years and served as its general manager toward the end of her tenure with us. Linda was not only a trusted and valued employee, but also a close personal friend and confidant. Through the years, she devoted herself not only to her family, but also to her community in many different ways, a community she left all the better for her presence. She will, of course, be missed by many.”

Stewart Swann, President/Publisher, Micromedia Publications, Inc.