Linda Roscoe Obituary, Death – Former landlady and Queen of the Delph, Linda Roscoe, has unfortunately passed away, and we are sorry to have to break the news to you. We are deeply saddened to hear of her loss and offer our sympathies. 06/02/1948 – 12/12/2022. The most distressing of recent news. When I first met Linda, she was working as a landlady, and her husband John, who was also working in the real estate industry at the time, was also a landlord. I have known Linda for a very long time probably more than 30 years at this point.
I used to go to The Delph every Sunday for my Sunday roast, and I always asked Linda if she would consider hiring my daughter when she gets older, and you know what? My daughter was hired by her because she maintained her word and, do you know what? My kid was given the very best possible start in life by being given the opportunity to gain new experiences and work her way up the ladder of responsibility (RIP). I used to go to The Delph every Sunday for my Sunday roast, and while I was there, I used to say, “I am thinking and praying for you all during this time, Linda.” I am thinking and praying for you all during this time.
My sincerest condolences go out to John, her husband, Ian, and Joanna, as well as the rest of the Roscoe family. I am so sorry for your loss. She referred to Linda and John’s daughters as her girls, and she seen many of us and their children mature into adults during the course of our time working for Linda and John. During that time, she called Linda and John’s children “her girls.” During this tremendously trying time, she is keeping John, Joanne, and Ian, as well as all of her grandkids, in her thoughts. Also in her thoughts are all of her great-grandchildren. Over the course of the years, Linda was such a kind and thoughtful lady; she never missed an opportunity to engage any of us in conversation and to inquire after the health of both our children and ourselves.