Linda Marie Alonso • June 22, 2019

Linda Marie Alonso, 63 of Pensacola, FL and formerly of San Bernardino, CA passed away June 22, 2019. She lived in the Pensacola area for 32 years.
Linda is preceded in death by her mother, Carol Hulsey and grandparent, Hugh T. Long and Lorraine Long.
Left to cherish her memory are her husband of 30 years, Joe A. Alonso; children, David E. Jenkins (Kim), Shannon D. Walker, Christa M. Garner, Joe A. Alonso, Jr. (Yolanda), Jillena Greene (Paul); siblings, Sherryl L. Doyle, Robert E. Hull (Virginia), Patty A. Hughes (Rick), Terry L. Johnson (Kenneth)’ Jerry A. Alonso (Irene); grandchildren, Kenneth, Kayla, Kyle, Elizabeth, Marissa, Makenna, Mallory, David, Justyn, Jeffery, Derrick; great grandchildren, Kennedy, Kentleigh, Lakelyn.
The family would like to extend a special thank you to Sacred Heart Hospital, Dr. Marco and the nursing staff on the 4th floor ICU and the staff of Covenant Hospice Care at Sacred Heart.
In Lieu of flowers donations may be made in Linda’s memory to Covenant Hospice Care.

  1. Greta McCullough says:

    She was a lovely lady❤️ She was my neighbor for many years when she lived in Columbus Ms🙏🏽🙏🏽

  2. Janet says:

    I am so sorry to hear of her passing my prayers to all you Hulls and extended love ones

  3. Debra L Wilson says:

    From Boron. So sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. May our Lord comfort you in your sorrow.

  4. Terry says:

    I love you my sister I will always always think of you I love you Terry and Ken

  5. sherryl Doyle says:

    It is really sad that I had to say goodby to my best friend my sister. I miss you so much I miss my phone ringing and our long conversations.She is such a great person she was filled with so much love compassion and forgiveness. I miss hearing her voice and her laughter and her being silly.She loved her family so much

  6. Shannon says:

    I love you Mom ❤️ Rest well

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