Linda A Fray

(Nov 6, 1958 to Aug 26, 2012)

rnrn Audrey Hepburn once commented that if you are lucky enough to be distinctive, you should stick to it. This was never a problem for Linda. She was nothing if not unique. Although she was strikingly beautiful, she was never one to flaunt it. Rather she was always more reserved, if not even a bit shy. But those who were close to her knew that her personality was far more stunning than any physical attribute could ever be. Articulate, silver-tongued and always poignant, Linda was never at a loss for words. But whether her response humorous or insightful, it was always sincere. rn Linda is survived by her husband Stephan Wszelaki of Edgewater Park, her daughter Jennifer Rossi (Robert) of Audubon, her parents: Francis “Huey” and Shirley Fray of Willingboro, her siblings: Gregory Fray of Mt. Laurel, Lisa Price (Scott) of Shamong and Carole Fray-Ehrgott (Eric) of Burlington Township as well as her nephews: Mark Fray, Zachary Fray, Scott Price, Jr. and Andrew Fray She is also survived by Pierre, her longhaired Chihuahua.rn Come celebrate Linda’s 53 wonderful years (Nov. 6, 1958-Aug. 26, 2012) Thursday from 9:30 AM to 11:15 AM at the Corpus Christi Church 63 Sylvan Lane, Willingboro, where the Mass of Christian Burial will follow at 11:30 AM. Interment Lakeview Memorial Park, Cinnaminson. In lieu of flowers memorial gifts may be made to the Lady of Lourdes Liver Transplant Program C/O Transplant Director 1601 Haddon Ave. Camden, NJ 08103.rn

13 thoughts on “Linda A Fray

  1. Tina Picariello

    So Sorry for your loss. Linda sure was one of a kind and whenever I ran into her there was a laugh that we shared. May you know she will be in the hearts of many. God Bless the Fray family.

  2. Lisa Fray Price

    Lin I will never forget how you could always make me laugh, and lighten up any bad situation. You were always so nurturing and caring, always worried about and praying for everyone else. May your beautiful soul live forever in heaven. I know that my sister is now an angel watching over me, free of pain and suffering, and that gives me comfort. I miss you. Love you forever, Lisa

  3. Fran Conrey

    I have MANY funny and fond memories of Linda throughout the years! She always made me smile, but her smile was always more bright and more beautiful!! My heart is with all of you.rnmuch love rnFran Conrey

  4. Rochelle Jackson

    To the Family of Linda,may the Lord blessed you all,with beautiful memories of her. I did not know her personally,but our dogs were friends..Pierre & Brooklyn would sometimes run the fence together,until they tired them selfs out..If she was out back we would wave to each other.Our last wave was the Monday before she enter the arms of the Lord. May the peace of the living God be with you all…Rochelle Jackson & Family…rn

  5. Caroline Wszelaki Calin

    My heartfelt condolences to the Fray family, especially Jennifer and my brother Steve. I remember when I was a little girl waking up and finding my brother Steve and Linda would be cuddled together, as one, on the floor in the den. There will never be anyone like Linda. Such a rare, child-like beauty. It was always, Steve and Linda a forever love story, now and always. May God’s grace bless my wonderful, super special brother and his lovely daughter during this difficult time. I pray the Fray family find acceptance and strength knowing Linda is with our heavenly Father, happy, laughing and without pain. n

  6. Meg Smith

    I first met Linda at Holy Cross. She was picking up Jenn in her Saab and all the boys were falling over themselves to get a second look. She was always the mom we all wished we had. I’ve known Jenn a long long time and the love she’s always had for her mom was limitless. They share so many of the same wonderful qualities. Reading this, I see how much alike they are. Love and prayers to the beautiful Fray family and Mr Wszelaki. You are in my heart and prayers.

  7. Jackie Ferrara

    I remember seeing Linda in the neighborhood long before I became best friends with her baby sister Carole. I was enamored; Linnie was beautiful. Once I got to know to her I couldn’t wait to see her again and again to have a conversation or share a laugh.p She thoughtful and outspoken…great qualities! Rest in peace my friend.

  8. Diane Markert

    I am lucky to have many sweet memories of babysitting the Fray children. Linda was helpful and caring. She taught me how to open soda bottles using the handle of the kitchen cabinet! I’ll always think of her as that cute, quirky little girl.

  9. Carole Fray Ehrgott

    Linda – you were my true big sister. Always there for me. I remember all of our laughter, tears, hugs and all of your funny, quippy remarks. I miss your voice, I miss your beautiful, loving face. Who will have my back now? You were a rarity, full of life and always protecting me from harm. I know that you are peaceful now, on the loving wings of angels and safe from harm. I am sorry that I did not get to come to the hospital last week, but I was so worried that I would give you my cold and I wanted to protect you too. I wish that I could have given you one last hug before you went. I know that God is protecting you now…always. I wish I could have taken away your pain in life. I will watch over Jenn and Steve for you..promise.

  10. Scott

    Jenn, Steve, and Frays I’m so sorry to hear of your loss. Lynn was a great lady and brought me a lot of laughs. My absolute condolences to you all. Especially you Jenn. If you need me I am always here.

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