Schuon, Linda M. Kalamazoo Linda Marie (Hill) Schuon was born on June 9, 1953, in Bad Axe, Michigan in the darkened hallways of the local hospital. The power outage was caused by the remnants of Michigan's deadliest tornado. The daughter of George and Helen (Eurick) Hill, she spent her early childhood in the small town in Michigan's Thumb. In 1966, the family moved to Owosso, Michigan. She graduated from Owosso High School in 1971 and earned a BSN from the University of Michigan in 1975. Linda spent one year working at St Luke's Hospital in Saginaw and then moved to Lansing where she worked at Ingham Medical Center (Now McLaren) as a recovery room nurse. After a 15-year sabbatical to raise her daughters, she worked in assisted living and long-term care and ended her nursing career at Blue Care Network. In 1970, through God's loving grace, Linda asked Jesus into her heart. She lived her life as a follower of the Lord and was known, especially in her later years, as a prayer warrior. She was very active in the churches she attended, including Grace United Methodist in Lansing, East Lansing Trinity, Grace Fellowship in Haslett, New Hope Haslett and Calvary Bible Church in Kalamazoo. Linda first spotted the love of her life when he was photographing her brother's wedding. It was love at first site. They dated a short time and were married in 1979. Together they shared the joy of raising Becky and Katie, always being involved in the girls' church and school activities and making sure the girls knew the love of Jesus. Linda loved church music, especially the old hymns. The Gaithers and many of the gospel groups that they highlighted throughout the years were precious to her. The family enjoyed many great live concerts. Travel was something that always was a part of her life. The highlight was a trip to Israel lead by Charles Swindoll, from Insight For Living. When they were first married, Linda and Jim helped her dad with his group travel business, which took them annually to Washington DC. Throughout their marriage, Linda and Jim travelled to many of the 50 states, as well as Europe, parts of Mexico, Canada and the Caribbean. Many of the trips were multigenerational with their children, her mother and brother and his family. Besides her love for the Lord and her family, Linda enjoyed quilting, making cards and reading. Linda always said she either wanted to be on this earth bringing God glory or in glory with Him. We rejoice that on the evening of October 13, 2022, while holding Jim's hand, she went to be in the glory of God. Though our hearts are saddened at the immense loss we feel, we are so grateful that she is now in the presence of Jesus, fully healed and free from pain and suffering from the cancer that ate away at her body over the past few years. Preceding her in death were her mother and father. Surviving is her husband, Jim; daughters, Becky (Lukas) Enciso and Katie (Charles) Boediarto; grandchildren, Emma, Hannah, Ava, Timmy, Audrey, Evelyn and a baby girl expected in January 2023; brother, George (Pam) Hill; sister-in-law, Mary Jane Schuon; niece, Jennifer (Carl) Bread and nephew Scott Lokker. A home coming service will be held Friday, November 11, 2022 in the chapel at Calvary Bible Church, 855 S. Drake Rd., Kalamazoo, MI 49009 at 11:00 AM. A time of visitation will take place at the church, one hour prior to the service, beginning at 10:00 AM. Memorial contributions may be given to Alternatives of Kalamazoo, West Michigan Cancer Center or Calvary Bible Church. Friends and family may share a condolence message online at www.joldersma-klein.com.