Rollier, Linda Lee

August 22, 1965 – April 30, 2019
at the age of 53 years

Celebration of Life: Sunday, May 19, 2019, 2:00 pm, First United Church, 20 4 Street SE, Salmon Arm, BC
Reverend Jenny Carter officiating

Linda Lee Rollier passed away suddenly on April 30, 2019, at the age of 53. She was born and raised in Salmon Arm, BC, and spent some time living on Vancouver Island in Port Alberni. She had a passion for photography, sledding, camping, and she loved being at the lake. Linda will be deeply missed by her daughter Chanlyn Rollier (Bob Passmore), grandchildren Eden, Mckenna and Linden, sisters Laura and Lisa Rollier, parents Mary and Clarence Rollier, her nieces and nephews, the team at Century 21, and many other close friends and family.  A celebration of Linda’s life will be held Sunday, May 19, 2019, 2:00 pm, First United Church, 20 4 Street SE, Salmon Arm, BC, Reverend Jenny Carter officiating.  In lieu of flowers, Linda’s family ask for any donations to be made to the Kidney Foundation in memory of Linda’s son Shon Lee Wilson, who lost his battle with kidney disease in November 2018 at the age of 31. 

7 Comments

  1. MY Deepest Condolences to the Rollier family.
    I met Linda while our band was playing the Salmon Arm Cabaret during the mid-eighties. We were soon married and moved to Port Alberni where my parents lived. We were to part ways eventually, but always remained good friends. The last time I talked to her was near the end of March when she mentioned that I should phone her Dad Clarence, as I run back and forth to Prince George. Well I phoned him and I hope we get together for a coffee one of these days. I can still here her laugh. Linda, You will be sorely missed. RIP.

  2. She was such a spectacular human being. Never was a woman as resilient as Linda. She never wavered too far from love and compassion even when it was challenging. She loved her family and friends without conditions. The world was better for having her in it, even though her parting was premature. Thank you Linda, you were a roadmap to goodness that we will all strive to follow. You are missed.

  3. Goodnight and good rest. We’ll catch up where we left off next time I see you.

  4. We want to give our Condolences to Linda Rollier’s Family her daughter, parent’s Clarence and Mary sister’s Lisa, Laura grandchildren and nieces and nephews we are so very sorry for your loss of LINDA you all our in our hearts and prayers, it is such a loss of a beautiful lady. RIP Linda.

    Sincerly Doug & Carol Aldcroft

  5. Sincere Sympathy to Linda’s Family & Friends.
    Our Thoughts & Prayers are with You. Hugs to All, Ed & Leone Smart

  6. My heartfelt condolences are sent to the family , especially Chanlyn. Linda and I had a strong soul connection through our lives, from dating in high school, to a rekindling it again in 1982 in Calgary and agin in 2005. Although we never found a way to make it work, she will always hold a special place in my heart. RIP Linda, I will truly miss that beautiful smile and that sparkle in your eyes.

  7. I still remember Linda as a positive, energetic., creative student at J. L. Jackson Jr. Secondary. We shared a few moments in the years that followed, they were always filled with smiles and laughter. She will be missed.

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