~ IN MEMORY ~
Bronwen ‘Brownie’ Lindskog, wife of NWA Capt. Stanley V. Lindskog
October 7, 1940 ~ June 1, 2014
Notification with the passing of Bronwen ‘Brownie’ neé Davis Lindskog, wife of NWA retired pilot Capt. Stan Lindskog.
Survived by her husband Captain Lindskog, personal condolences may be sent to the family at 1605 5th Ave N Apt 401 , Seattle WA 98109-2960 ... (206) 420-3048
Arrangements are not yet known. Should we receive further information we will be sure to update our blogspot at http://pcnflightwest.blogspot.com/
Thank you,~ Carol Faulkner, PCN death notice firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: Monday, June 09, 2014 10:49 PM email@example.com
Subject: Wife of NWA/DAL pilot Stan Lindskog
From: Bill Day
Bronwen Lindskog, the wife of SEA based NWA/DAL pilot Stan Lindskog passed away June 01, 2014 peacefully surrounded by her loving family. Bronwen spent her last glorious day enjoying the beautiful view from her home on Queen Anne in Seattle.
Bronwen ‘Brownie’ Davis was born on October 7, 1940 in Chicago, Illinois to Kate and Ben Davis. She moved to Seattle in 1951 and graduated with honors from Queen Anne High School, Class of 1958.
She earned her B.S. in Physical Therapy from Stanford University (Class of 1962) and it was there that she met her best friend and husband, Stan Lindskog. They were married on December 23, 1961 and remained married for 53 years.
During Stan’s five years in the Air Force, Bronwen practiced P.T. in Tempe, AZ and Columbus, Ohio. Leaving the Air Force, Stan became a pilot for Northwest Airlines, allowing Bronwen to practice P.T. in Minneapolis, MN, Honolulu, HI, and Seattle, WA. She earned her Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of Minnesota in 1976.
Bronwen loved to sail, ski, scuba dive, and travel. She retired in 2000 so she could travel with her husband. Travel they did.
Bronwen is survived by her husband Stan, three daughters Lori, Wendy, and Casey (all of the Seattle area), their husbands, and four grandchildren Jamie, Shelby, Sean, and Druce. All were at bedside when she flew west.
She is remembered by her daughters as the best mom, EVER!
“She walked proudly and spoke truly!”
She will be missed by all who knew her!
In lieu of flowers, please consider a small donation to The Parkinson’s Foundation.