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Linda M. Goldbach

  • On January 11, 2022

Linda M. Goldbach, age 61, passed away peacefully on January 10, 2022.

Born on October 29, she was the daughter of the late Alice E. And George L. Goldbach.

Sister of Ronald G. (Cindy) Goldbach and Richard J. (Virginia) Goldbach; aunt of Drew Goldbach, Kelly (Fiancé Tyler Owen) Goldbach, Krista (Daniel) Kenny and the late Ryan Goldbach.

Linda was an active and compassionate volunteer with Meals On Wheels, South Hills Interfaith Movement (SHIM) and the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. A donation to one of these charities would be a wonderful way to commemorate Linda.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.


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Bonnie Dodd
I am so very sorry for your family’s loss. I worked with Linda for many years at AGH then again at Mercy Hospital. She was such a terrific nurse and so caring for the babies in her care. I pray for comfort and peace for all of you and that she rests in the arms of our Lord. 🙏
Kathy Diggans.
Linda was a dedicated Nurse. She serve at AGH in the Neonatal ICU and Infection Control. She also served in the Neonatal ICU at Mercy Hospital as an expert Clinical Educator. She loved caring for the smallest miracles God has blessed us with. She was a caring, respected, well loved member of her clinical teams she worked with. She touched so many lives. She will live on in our hearts.
Judy Samolis
Linda was a wonderful woman and gave generously of her time to the food pantry. We volunteered there together for several years. I will miss her. Judy Samolis
Linda Kaczka
Linda was a coworker and friend. I worked with Linda for several years at AGH. She was smart ,kind ,and funny. I’m gonna miss her. Sincere condolences from the Kaczka family to the Goldbach family. Till we meet again my friend 🙏 “The Other White Meat”
Nia Tsangaris
I am sorry for your loss of such a loving and caring soul. Linda and I worked together in the ICN at AGH and she was a great role model and exemplified what it meant to be a nurse. She helped me to grow both professionally and personally. I have many good memories of laughing and learning with Linda and she will not be forgotten. God's peace be with you.