Linda Elizabeth Nunn

In Memorial

Linda Elizabeth Nunn, of Kill Devil Hills, passed away on January 10, 2013, following a brief illness.  Ms. Nunn, age 63, is survived by her daughters, Barbra Stonerock and Bear Monita of Dayton, Ohio, and Bridgett and Don Buckman, of Clayton, NC; and special friend Paul Russell; brothers, Thomas Nunn, Peter Nunn, and Dennis Nunn; and several nieces and nephews.  Ms. Nunn was preceded in death by her parents, Thomas and Madeline Nunn.  Born in Brooklyn, NY and later a resident of Dayton, Ohio, she moved to the Outer Banks in 1988.  A writer and artist, she loved the Outer Banks and embraced it as her home.  Memorial contributions may be made to Kill Devil Hills Library, 400 Mustian Street, Kill Devil Hills, NC, 27948.  A celebration of Ms. Nunn’s life will be held at a later date in Kill Devil Hills.

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  1. Brenda Payne Ward

    I am heartbroken to learn this sad news. Linda was my next door neighbor and I have been trying to call her for a while now having not seen her and got no answer. I was so worried and now to learn the worst has happened. My condolences to her family and her special friend, Paul. She was the sweetest person and was also a great friend and we spent so many times talking and she was also a great friend to my kitties, who visited her regularly. May she rest in peace, I will never forget her.

  2. Frances Turner Braswell

    I remeber when I worked for Env. Health she came into he office one day and we talked, she invited me to see her work and I went, what an imaging person


    What a wonderful woman Linda Nunn was, we all worked with her at the animal clinic and she was great!! We will miss you and we will see you when we get there

  4. Shannon McDonald

    Linda Nunn was a wonderful teacher. I learned alot from her, and I am honored I was able to be her student.

  5. Lynda Hester

    I am so sorry to hear about Linda’s passing. She worked with me at the College of The Albemarle and taught our Veterinary Assistant Class. Everyone who came in contact with Linda loved her and she was a wonderful instructor. She was a great animal lover and taught many students who are working in the field and she will be missed.


  6. Edward Kline

    I just found out this past Sunday and wanted to express my condolences for the family Linda was an awesome person and a wonderful instructor at College of the Albemarle and I am sorry to hear that she has gone from us

  7. Robin Alwine

    I was so sad to hear of your Mom’s passing. I will always remember her kind and funny words and deeds. she was a joy to work with and I will always think of her with a smile.

  8. Don Buckman (Son-in-Law)

    I know I speak for my wife (Bridgett – Linda’s youngest daughter), when I say she really appreciates the kind words and condolences from you all. She is still taking it very hard, but day-by-day, she is thinking more and more of the many happy memories with her mom. Linda was a special women who touched many lives while she followed her dream living near the ocean. I see much of Linda in her daughter, so I know Linda lives on. Thank you again. Sincerely, Don

  9. hope w hicks

    It is with great sorrow that I learn of Linda’s passing. We were close friends many years ago, and I greatly regret that we lost touch. She attended my wedding, gave me a shoulder to cry on, and was a source of many good memories. I named my daughter Elizabeth in her honor, and am glad I did. To a great friend, a memorable coworker, and a person I miss every day, RIP Linda. One day, we shall meet again.

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