August 16, 1938 - November 19, 2020
Margaret Kaye Forr Lindeman, 82, passed away November 19, 2020 at Highland Glen, Highland, UT with family by her side. Margie was born and raised in Altoona, PA, a daughter of John A. and Elizabeth O'Neil Forr. She graduated from Penn State University having been named Altoona Campus woman of the year. In 1961 she married Robert Lindeman and they were married for 41 years. They moved to Rochester, NY where Margie taught as an elementary school teacher briefly and worked evenings caring for elderly patients to allow her to be at home during the day to raise her five children. Margie was predeceased by her parents, husband, son Robert Lindeman, daughter-in-law Cynthia Siebach Lindeman, twin sisters Elizabeth and Dorothy Forr, brother John “Jack” (Maddeline) Forr, and sister Carol (Ron) Reading. She is survived by her children: Scott (Allyson) Lindeman, Alpine, UT, Brett (Jeni) Lindeman, Harrisburg, NC, Jennifer (Phil) Allred, Rigby, ID, and Elizabeth (Russell) Green, Cary, NC. Margie is survived by 18 grandchildren: Robert Lindeman, Katharine Schetselaar, Gregory (Hilary), Mitchell, Michael (Madi), and Mary Lindeman, Amanda, Matthew, Jacob, Ryan, and David Lindeman, Andrew, Jacob, and Lauren Allred, and William, Aaron, Thomas, and Adam Green. Margie is also survived by her brother David M. (Nancy) Forr, Altoona, PA. She has 8 great grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. In 1969 Margie joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and remained a faithful member the rest of her life. She served faithfully in primary, relief society and as a temple worker. She was a member of the Pittsford Ward, Rochester NY Palmyra Stake for many years, until she moved to Utah in 2015. She took pride in her Pennsylvania heritage, and enjoyed traveling there to see her family. Her favorite season was Fall, and she loved the change of the leaves, apple cider, and Halloween. She joyfully celebrated Easter, or as she called it, “Resurrection Sunday” and looked forward with great enthusiasm to see her loved ones again. In many ways she was a child at heart and loved to chase and play with her grandbabies. One of the books she always read to them was “Bony Legs.” Despite not having been blessed with great financial resources, she gave generously to anyone in need. She mentored youth, collected clothing for migrants, and provided rides and other assistance to people in need. She loved to help people and she was a wonderful friend. We will miss her wonderful sense of humor, kindness, and love and we look forward to seeing her again some day because of the atonement and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Margaret Kaye Forr Lindeman, 82, passed away November 19, 2020 at Highland Glen, Highland, UT with family by her side. Margie was born and raised in Altoona, PA, a daughter of John A. and Elizabeth O'Neil Forr. She graduated from... View Obituary & Service Information
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