“You Shall Love Your Neighbor As Yourself” (Leviticus 19:18)

Linda Nagler

Obituary

Linda passed away on March 29, 2023 / was born October 31, 1954, the first-born child of Corrine and Norman Greenberg, in Far Rockaway Long Island.  She was followed just less than a year later by her dear brother Louis.  She grew up in North Woodmere, where she had a happy childhood, enjoying close relationships with friends neighbors, and their families. She attended Hewlett High School, where she enjoyed playing tennis, a sport at which she excelled.  In the summers, she loved going to Camp Eastwood in Maine and remained in contact with some of her fellow campers until this day.

After graduating High School, Linda attended C.W. Post for a year, before transferring to the University of Denver. There she studied Education and Psychology and learned to ski.  After moving back to NY, she took a job with the Mens Fashion Association, followed by work for a large advertising firm.  Finally, she found her niche as an Executive Recruiter, ultimately running her own successful business out of her studio apartment on Park Avenue. She loved living in NY, taking advantage of all that the city had to offer.

In the Spring of 1992, she was introduced to Rob by mutual friends.  On April 10, 1994, they were married at the Plaza Hotel.  On June 27, 1996, Linda welcomed her son Jeffrey to the world.  Linda, Rob, and Jeffrey moved to Boca Raton shortly thereafter for Rob’s work.  Linda built a new life and made fast friends in Florida as easily as she always had throughout her life. She loved being with and taking care of Jeffrey and Rob and loved traveling with them together on cruises and especially to her favorite vacation spot in Vermont.

From every stop along her life’s too-short journey, Linda developed strong, enduring, meaningful relationships that were a testament to her character.

Memorial Contributions

Ruth & Norman Rales Jewish Family Services

21300 Ruth & Baron Coleman Blvd. Boca Raton, FL 33428 / The Telephone Reassurance Program where Linda was passionately involved as a Volunteer

4 Comments

  1. lisa Becker on April 2, 2023 at 2:46 am

    so sorry for your loss. Remember the old baseball days fondly. Our thoughts are with you. love the Becker family – Lisa, Gary and Ryan.

  2. Lisa Becker on April 2, 2023 at 2:50 am

    So sorry for your loss. I remember the baseball days fondly. Our thoughts are with you. The Becker family lisa, Gary and Ryan.

  3. Elisa Goldman on April 2, 2023 at 2:50 am

    Barry and I are so so sad to hear of Linda’s passing We are so sorry of your loss. Linda was a wonderful, caring friend.
    Our thoughts are with you and your family.
    Elisa and Barry Goldman

  4. Lori Tfirn on April 2, 2023 at 8:21 pm

    Linda will be missed, that’s for sure. She was such a good person. I looked forward to many more years of friendship. She was too young but will be remembered fondly by all who knew her.

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