Linda H. Mohler

Linda H. Mohler, 75, of Orlando Florida, passed away unexpectedly on June 29, 2022 at Health Central Hospital. Linda was born December 2, 1946 in Newark, New Jersey to parents Harold and Marian Stang.

She graduated from Butler High School in Butler, New Jersey in 1964 and went on to pursue various careers over her lifetime.

She had several hobbies over the years including buying, selling and restoring antiques, bowling, stained glass, fishing, camping, and playing bingo. In1990 she worked for Schneider Trucking in Indianapolis Indiana, where she met and went on to marry, Fred Mohler, her husband of 28 years. They resided together in Greenwood, Indiana until their retirement and then relocating to Florida in 2016.

She is survived by her only sister, Carol Jenkins; her sons, Russell Streelman, Ron (Julie) Seiver, Richard (Shelly) Seiver; her daughter, Dodi (Geoff) Seiver; step son Freddie Mohler; step daughters, Christy and Stacie Mohler; grandchildren, Perry Seiver, Shelby Seiver, Hannah Seiver, Zach Seiver, Jordan Mohler and several nieces and nephews.
She is preceded in death by her parents Harold and Marian Stang; husband, Fred Mohler; and son William Seiver Jr.

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