Linda Collings

Linda Diane Collings (Wadsworth)

December 16, 1951 - July 5, 2020
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WARREN – Linda Diane Collings, 68, passed away suddenly on Sunday, July 5, 2020 due to complications of an extended illness.

Born December 16, 1951 in Worcester MA to Arnold and Carol (Field) Wadsworth, she was educated in a variety of schools as her father moved frequently due to his work.

Starting at a young age, Linda was raised by her grandmother Emeline Polk along with her cousin Almon Quinn who she developed a very close bond with and who was more like a brother to her.

It was in Indiana that she met her soulmate, Darl K. Collings, and the two of them married in October of 1997.

Eventually the two of them would settle down in Warren where Linda was a homebody and was also known as the “Cookie Lady” to many. She loved to cook and according to her son, “she would always make enough to feed an army”.

Along with her love for cooking, Linda loved to go shopping, play bingo, read, and knit. She especially loved to listen to country music and oldies rock and Roll from the 50’s and 60’s, and had a very special place in her heart for her Pomapoodle (Pomeranian Poodle mix) “Gidget” who was always at her side or under her feet.

She had many grandchildren and great grandchildren that she loved very much and spent a lot of time with her grandson Christian Couch.

Predeceased be her parents, Linda is survived by her husband Darl of Warren; her son Charles McAuliffe of Warren; her daughter Linda McAuliffe of Chelsea; her stepson Brad Collings; her stepdaughter Tammy Patten; her brother Robert “Bob” Wadsworth of Rockland; her stepbrother Wayne Grierson; and her sister Debbie.

At this time the family has decided to remember Linda privately and no public services will be held.
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Linda Hash

Posted at 02:49pm
Linda was a beautiful person, inside and out. I only met her once but I knew just from that brief meeting, that she was a kind and loving person. she made my cousin, Darl, very happy and was his true companion, his soulmate, his everything. She will be sadly missed.

Debra Malone Posted at 08:11am

Linda, I’ll miss you sooo much. Loved running in to you and catching up from time to time whenever we were in the area. Last time you were getting ready to retire. We exchanged ph numbers and were on our way. I Wish I knew you were ill. Till we meet up there. Love you,your sister Debi and husband Frank Malone

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