Linda Feddersen


Funeral services for 71-year old Linda Feddersen are Saturday, June 3rd, 2023 at 2:00 at the Zion Lutheran Church in Hay Springs, NE.

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Linda D. Feddersen was born to Ed and Kathy Voss on June 1st, 1951 in Las Vegas, NM. She  passed away in Fort Collins, CO, on May 26, 2023 

From the time of her birth, Linda would live a life of adventure. Traveling and moving throughout her younger years, Linda would move from Las Vegas to Montana to Wyoming, and finally settle in Hays Springs after meeting the love of her life, Mike Feddersen. 

Linda and Mike would build a life in Hay Springs raising three children: Stephanie, Courtney, and Samantha.  

Her devout faith in the Lord was boldly displayed in her unwavering dedication to her church and her family. 

Although in the end she lived a colorful life, Linda always walked a black-and-white path. There was always only right and wrong, with no room for shades of gray. 

Anyone who knew Linda knew her thoughts and opinions were always right, and if you didn’t agree, she would tell you why you were wrong. For most of us, it was deeply disheartening when she always ended up right! Ha! Ha! 

Linda’s life was not an easy one and was often more complicated by those of us who loved her because she would drop everything when given the chance to help the people that she loved and come to their assistance. 

Those people included her parents, (Ed and Kathy Voss), her brother, (Less Voss), her husband, Mike, her children and their spouses, (Stephanie and Brent Benstead, Samantha Grimes and Mike Romick, Courtney and Traci Feddersen), her beloved grandchildren (Teagan, Trevin, Tagert, Wyatt, Makenna, Ashley, Landon, and Rion), as well as nieces and nephews, and anyone else she brought into her circle as family. 

Linda passed away at the UC Health Center in Fort Collins, CO, on May 26, 2023 with Mike, Stephanie and Samantha by her side. Linda’s last days and hours were spent in the company of those who loved her. 

The family matriarch spent the last moments of her life in the same manner as she had lived her life – issuing direct orders. “Don’t sell my cows. Don’t fight with your sister. Keep praying. Forgive everyone. Let me go. I’ll see you again.” 

Chamberlain Chapel of Chadron is in charge of arrangements for Linda Feddersen

4 thoughts on “Linda Feddersen”

  1. Mike,I am so sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. I remember the time you two stopped to see me after Norman passed away.We sat on the deck and had a good visit.Your life without her will be harder now

  2. May you rest in peace. May your soul and the souls of all the dearly departed rest in peace. Amen. I have known Linda almost forever. She was a good person.

  3. Mike, thoughts and prayers to you and your family. Dana and I send our love and condolences. I will miss my cousin dearly. She was my safe haven when I spent my summers in Montana. I loved her and will never forget her! RV

  4. Mike, I can’t express the sympathy I feel, knowing that Linda has passed. How I enjoyed the times we spent together.
    Sorry I won’t be there today, health issues. May God help you & your family thru this difficult time.

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