Linda Kelly Obituary, Death – Roger Rash, the Commissioner of Montrose County, made the announcement that his wife, Linda L. Kelly (Rash), had passed away after a valiant and protracted struggle with cancer. Linda L. Kelly (Rash) had been battling the illness for a good number of years at that point. The individuals in Linda’s life, including her husband, her mother, and others, benefited from her thoughtfulness as a friend. Since they relocated there in 2006, Linda and Roger have made their home in the Montrose area, which is now considered to be their permanent dwelling.
Linda made the decision to accept a position in the Montrose County Treasurer’s Office after working for Wells Fargo of Delta for more than a year. She remained employed there until the day she retired, and she remained there until the day she passed away. She continued to work there right up until the moment she passed away. Only Linda’s children, grandchildren, and step-grandchildren, in addition to her devoted husband of 25 years, Roger Rash, will continue on in the family after Linda’s departure. Roger Rash is the only member of Linda’s family who will outlive her.
We are going to miss having her here with us. Everyone who had the opportunity to spend time with her and get to know her will feel a profound sense of loss at the news of her passing. A funeral ceremony will be held on the Saturday, the 22nd of July, at the Grace Community Church in Montrose. The event will begin at 11:00 a.m. The ceremony will get under way at 10 o’clock in the morning. During this trying time, Commissioner Rash and his family are appreciative of all the love and support they have received from friends and members of the community. On Saturday, the newspaper will publish a complete obituary for Linda that will include all of the pertinent details about her life and passing. During this most terrible time, the County of Montrose would like to send its most profound condolences to both the Rash family and the community as a whole. This is an extremely tough moment for everyone.