Lynda R. White

Lynda R. White 72, passed away Monday, April 27, 2020 at Saratoga Hospital. Born and raised in Ballston Spa, NY, on October 27, 1947, she was the daughter of George and Christina Wade.

Lynda graduated from Ballston Spa High School in 1965 and made her home in Ballston to be near to the most important thing in her life, her family.

The most cherished and greatest joy in Lynda’s life was her daughters and her grandchildren. She loved playing cards, games, and laughing with them and watching them grow.

Lynda was preceded in death by her parents George and Christina, her precious daughter Janice, her brother and sister in law Ralph and Diane Wade, and her brother in law James Krutz.

She is survived by her daughters, Denise Cook and her husband Tom of Cornwall, Melissa White of Ballston Spa, Kim Hathaway and her husband Jim of Ballston Spa; her grandchildren Taylor, Makenzie, Ryan, Ayla, Thomas, Maria and Aleksandr; siblings Joanne Krutz, Christina Bublak (Richard), George Wade (Cindy), Paul Wade (Anne); and many nieces and nephews.

Due to the Covid 19 restrictions services will be private. The family will have a celebration of life on a later date.

Memorial contributions in memory of Lynda may be made to Catholic Charities, 142 Regent Street, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866.

Guest Book

Richard Gorman

I'm sorry for your loss. Lynda will be missed by many.

Danielle Maiello

Sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful woman and will be deeply missed. Sending love and prayers to the family ❤️

Spring McNicol

Sending love and prayers to your family at this time. Your mom will always have a special place in my heart. I have fond memories of her in my childhood. Sleepovers at Kim's house and she always kept me company at the laundry mat. She was a sweet woman. It was a beautiful service. Rest in peace Lynda.

Taylor White

My grandmother was the best woman I could have had in my life. She was loved by so many and touched so many hearts. I miss her phone calls every morning and then 3 more throughout the day, her back scratches, our card games and her genuine love telling me I'm her baby all the time. She was more than my grandmother, she was my guardian, she was my best friend, my person. She never missed a cheer competition or a soccer game. I will always love you, Gram. I am so lost without you. I'll always be your baby.

Jamie Alonzo

My thoughts and prayers to the family of Lynda. I am very sorry for your loss

Ida Rougie Anderson

I am so sorry for your loss. Your mother and I always had a lot of fun together. I'm sorry we grew apart, but I guess that's what happens sometimes. Sending prayers and thoughts to you and the whole family. May she rest in peace ❤️

Debbie Martino

I am sorry for your loss. May she rest in peace.

Rose Clayton

It hurts so much to hear about the passing of my Aunt Lynda. She was such a nice person. She had a very kind soul. She loved her whole family deeply. Lynda, thank you for welcoming me into your home. You always had a smile on your face & laughing about something. You are being missed deeply by so many. Fly high & peacefully Angel. Your worries are over. Any discomforts you had are behind you. Your time to rest peacefully is here. Take care of her Lord. Love ❤️ you & miss you terribly.


So sorry to hear about Lynda’s passing. She was so young. Will keep you in our thoughts.

Gina Fragomeni-Fox

I have some of the fondest memories growing up with Denise and spending time with Lynda! Sending out all my love and prayers of comfort to you all. May God bless you and hold you in his arms during your time of sorrow. Rest In Peace Lynda

Mei and Shawn Ye

Sorry for your loss. RIP!

Bill Wade

I remember all the fun I had growing up at the house, we used to tell stories and laugh so much, and watch stupid shows like are you being served and compare the characters to family members. The family gatherings on the holidays and when you danced with my mom and dad and Aunt Tina. Or how I would hang out at the laundry mat almost every day and gave you a ride home. I will never forget the times of my childhood and spending them at your house you truly were a special person, and I know you are with my mom and dad and Janice may you Rest In Peace, love you Aunt Lynda

Lisa McConchie

I’m so sorry for your loss. Please accept my condolences and know that I am here for you, and please do not hesitate to reach out, especially during this difficult time. Lynda was a very special person to me and will certainly be missed. Whether we were drinking coffee, playing cards, gossiping or if she was just telling me I was a “goober”, Lynda always made me feel welcome and part of the family.
Rest In Peace Lynda my friend ☕️
Love, Lisa “Goober” McConchie

Pam Almy

I am going to miss seeing you and miss you telling us that it’s too cold to be walking around outside! You were a wonderful mom and a wonderful grandmother who did an amazing job raising your family!! You will always be remembered as an amazing woman!! Rest In Peace

Ayla Hathaway

To everybody out there reading this, I just wanted talk about how wonderful of a person my grandma was. Grammy was there till the day each one of her grandchildren were born. We have made so many amazing memories with her since day one. Grammy had the biggest heart and cared about so many people in her life. Grammy loved to play cards with anyone and everyone and I will never forget that about her. Most of all she was supportive. She went to almost everyone of her grandchildren's concerts, moving up ceremonies, etc. and supported them. Grammy is loved by so many people and forever will be. I wanted to let you know that I am wearing your necklace that you gave me and that I miss you so much and love you with all of my heart.

Dave Glastetter and Family

I met Linda shortly after moving to Ballston Spa in the late 1970’s. She was a loving person since that day and I am fortunate have known Linda and her family since that time. Our hearts go out to her entire family.

Love The Glastetters

Nick Berardi

Melissa I am so sorry for your loss God bless you and your family love you anything I can do let me know please

Chris Esposito

It’s hard to express in words what my Aunt Lynda meant to me. She was an aunt, a friend as well as someone I would go to for guidance. She was a second mom and her daughters, my other sisters. I treasure our memories and I will miss her immensely.

Erica Lopez and Family

Kim and Family, we are sending our love and hope that you all can find some peace to comfort you during these difficult days. Thinking of you and wishing we could be there more than just in spirit. Love you! XOZ

Janyce l. Frank

Michael and I are sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers with you Kim and your family ❤️

Melinda (Mindy) Sabatello

I am so so sorry for your loss. Mrs. White was the best!!! Janice and I loved to tease her and then we would all have a good laugh! Little Kimmie, Melissa and Denise my thoughts and prayers are with you and your families. Sending you all my love!
Love, Mindy

Tom Cook

To those who did not know Lynda, she was the greatest mother-in-law a guy could hope for. Most importantly she was an amazing mother and grandmother. She loved her kids and grandchildren so deeply, they were absolutely everything to her. I will miss you. You are with my mom and I know you two will be watching over all of the ones you loved. God Bless you.

Love, Tom