Linda Hudson Neuhaus, 78, passed away on Thursday, June 17, 2021, after battling an illness. Linda was born in Daytona Beach, Florida, the daughter of Thomas and Jane Hudson. She received a BBA from Macalester College and an MBA from Penn State University.
Linda is preceded in death by her parents, her husband Michael Alan Neuhaus, and did not have any children. She retired from Mobil Oil after 28 years.
Linda leaves behind her longtime companion, Bob Berry, of Fairfax, Virginia; a brother, William Thomas Hudson, of Savannah; niece, Leigh Hudson Conner (John) of Savannah; nephew, William Todd Hudson of Savannah; nephew, Wesley Thomas Hudson (Brandy) of Savannah; great nephew, Wesley Thomas Hudson, Jr.; great nieces, Kathryn Jane Conner, Keirstin McCall Hudson, and Caroline Leigh Conner.
A memorial service will be held on July 10, 2021, at 1:00pm, at McLean Bible Church (8925 Leesburg Pike (Route 7), Vienna, VA. 22182). Burial will take place at Ferncliff Cemetery in Hartsdale, New York.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that you consider a donation in Linda’s memory to NorthShore Humane Society (www.northshorehumane.org)
Linda and I have been close friends since around 1975 when we both worked in Mobil's New York office in Human Resources. We remained friends throughout the many years in NYC and then in VA, and finally, after I moved to TX in 1992. I would always get to see Linda when I visited her and other ex-Mobil friends in VA. Linda inspired me to get my degree during the time we worked at Mobil in NYC. My thoughts go out to her family, some of whom I met many years ago on a visit we made to Savanah to buy Linda a new car. I will miss her dearly.
- Margaret Daffin, Houston, TX
It is with such sadness that I learned of Linda's passing. I had just connected with her again at our Macalester College reunion two years ago. At that time we had such fun recalling our shared times both living in Summit House our senior year and in Rome, Italy as part of the Summer Work Abroad Project the college sponsored. Linda seemed as energetic and lovely as I remembered her. I feel her loss deeply.
- Donna Ogle, Chicago, IL