Linda Fourman Grigsby

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Arden, NC – Linda Fourman Grigsby, 59, went home to be with the Lord, March 3, 2015 after a long and valiant battle with lymphoma. She left behind her husband of 37 years, Keith; five children, daughters Veronica (John) Traupman of McKinney, Texas, Elizabeth Grigsby of Houston, Missouri and Shawna Layser of Lebanon, Pennsylvania and sons Adam (Amy) Grigsby of Battle Ground, Washington and Nathan Grigsby (Morgan Kidd) of Asheville, along with six grandchildren, Conran Traupman (Texas), Jassmyn, Jordon, Jossalinn and Jonathon (Pennsylvania) and Auriana Grigsby (Washington). Linda is the daughter of the late Dale Fourman, of New Madison, Ohio and Arlene Fourman of Village Greene Health Campus, Greenville, Ohio; sister to Keith Fourman of Greenville, Ohio and Sharon (Jim) Lawrence of New Madison, Ohio. A visitation will be held from 6:00-8:00 PM on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at Groce Funeral Home at Lake Julian in Arden. A memorial service will be held in New Madison, Ohio in the near future. In lieu of flowers, the family graciously asks that you please consider a donation in Linda's memory to the Wounded Warrior Project, of which she was a strong supporter, at

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  1. Linda my heart is broken that you are no longer here with me.I shall miss your smile every day.I will love you forever. I miss you so much.

  2. Linda, my dear sister, even through we did not live close you were always close in my heart. But I know I will see you again. I love you. Sharon

  3. Aunt Linda…I know I only got to meet you just a few times in my life…it still hurts… will always love you, and miss you more… Courtney

  4. I feel so blessed to have had you in my life my dear dear Linda..We have kept in contact and I will miss you so very much.

  5. Your family has lost a beautiful loved one in death, you have no doubt felt the emotional pain that accompanies such a tragedy. “It was such a shock! My first feeling was absolute fright. Then came the tremendous pain that grew worse as time went on. I cried a lot”. These are normal emotions expressed for the loss of a loved one. Please take comfort in knowing that the “God of all comfort” feels your pain and his word the Bible offers the hope of seeing our loved ones again in the resurrection. Revelation 21:4 says “that God will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away”. Please take comfort in this God given promise.

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