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Linda S. Maurer


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MAURER, Linda S. (Jenkins), passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on January 1, 2021, after a courageous battle against cancer. She was born June 29, 1949 in Springfield, Ohio to Rodger and Bertha (Green) Jenkins. She graduated from Cedarville High School in 1967 where she was Valedictorian of her class and a member of the National Honor Society. Growing up Linda was involved in 4-H and loved showing dairy cows at the Clark County Fair. She later passed that love to her children and grandchildren. She enjoyed being involved in Homemakers Club, attending concerts and going to retreats with her beloved friends in Eureka Springs. Later in life Linda was dedicated to raising her three grandchildren Alexander, Hannah and Andrew Ryan, who she was so proud of the adults they are becoming. She is preceded in death by her parents, Rodger and Bertha (Green) Jenkins, husband, James F. Maurer, and her daughter, Jamie (Maurer) Ryan. Linda is survived by her husband, Larry Bannick, brothers, Rodger Jenkins Jr., Samuel (Sue) Jenkins, brother in-law, John Maurer, son, Benjamin Maurer, grandchildren, Alexander, Hannah, and Andrew Ryan, Benjamin Maurer, Braxton Fox, and Ezekiel Maurer, several great-grandchildren, extended family Larry and Linda Slone, and a host of nieces, nephews, and friends. The family would like to express a deep gratitude to Dr. Nanda, Nurse Kristy, and the entire staff at the Soin Cancer Center. A celebration of life will be held at a later date with private services officiated by Fr. Greg Konerman and provided by CONROY FUNERAL HOME. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Clark County 4-H Endowment or The Kettering Cancer Center.

Linda's service will be live streamed here at 2:00 pm on Wednesday.
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Dear Ones, Your are all in our thoughts and prayers today, and will remain in our hearts forever. Our friendship, since we were five, has been one of the major blessings in my life. We have laughed a lot and cried a little. I hope you are hugging Jamie, your Mom and Dad, and even Granny Mary! Linda, I will always love you!

- Linda and Larry Slone, Wednesday January 6th, 2021

To the Maurer family, especially Alex. We are so sorry to hear of the transition of your beloved grandmother Linda. She was a great woman. Our beloved son, Hayden and Alex were the best of childhood friends up to his passing. He would often go over to Mrs. Maurer's house and shared so many funny stories that I don't have room to tell. Rest assured that she is enjoying Hayden playing those majestic songs and singing in his angelic choir. Ours prayers are continually with your family and you..

- Kevin and Lisa Jackson, Wednesday January 6th, 2021

If I knew the right thing to say I would. Linda’s job on earth is now done and the things she most valued in her life were her children and grandchildren, as friends and family we must hold them as they carry on in life, in our hearts with guidance and anything they may need. You are already deeply missed Linda, please hug Jamie for me please.

- Wendy Jo Engle, Tuesday January 5th, 2021

Will miss you terribly Linda. You were loved greatly by many. You stepped up to the plate and took care of your family. Your legacy lives on in the lives of your grandchildren. A job well done my friend.

- Mimi Spotts, Tuesday January 5th, 2021

Linda was an amazing women! I am so glad we grew close during Maleigha and Hannah’s soccer days. She will be greatly missed. Love, The Young family.

- Sarah Young , Tuesday January 5th, 2021

Linda was a truly special and wonderful lady. Many many prayers to the family, friends, and our community. She will be deeply missed by many

- Rosemary (Minard) Downs, Monday January 4th, 2021

Deepest heartfelt sympathy to the family for your loss. She will always be in your hearts. God bless.

- Darlene, Sunday January 3rd, 2021

Sending prayers of comfort to all with hurting hearts. Let the memories surround you like her warm hugs. She was a great Mother, Grandmother and friend and will be missed greatly.

- Cynthia McDonald , Saturday January 2nd, 2021

So sorry for your loss she was amazing lady

- George Napier , Saturday January 2nd, 2021

Our time spent with Linda was pure love and magic. We so enjoyed her laughter, her strength of character and her zest for life. We will miss her dearly.

- Peggy Hill and John Two-Hawks, Saturday January 2nd, 2021

Such a lovely person. Privileged to have known her. My condolences to the family.

- Dawn Alleman , Saturday January 2nd, 2021

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