Wife. Mother. Aunt. Sister. Friend.
In Memory of Linda Klein Hummel
In laughter and love, to honor a life well lived.
Linda Hummel age 70, of Squirrel Hill, formerly of Carnegie and West Palm Beach, FL. Beloved husband of Mark Hummel; loving mother of Adam (Mindy) Zweig; grandmother of Cole Zweig whom she loved dearly; aunt of Wendy Crann; daughter of the late Milton and Dorothy (Bable) Klein. She had a remarkable mind, if she met you she always remembered your name. She had an impeccable sense of style and a great sense of humor, her jokes were always spot on with delivering the punch lines. Linda loved her son Adam and his wife Mindy. She loved the Pittsburgh Penguins and enjoyed competing with the on air contestants while watching Jeopardy, always taking pride in knowing the answers when the contestants didn't. Her family will receive friends on Thursday, from 6pm until the time of a service at 7:30pm at the D'Alessandro Funeral Home and Crematory Ltd., 4522 Butler St. Pgh., PA 15201 (Lawrenceville). In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be directed to Working Animals Giving Service for Kids (W.A.G.S. 4 Kids).
Or mail Check or Money Order To:
W.A.G.S. 4 Kids
112 East Center Street
Berea, OH 44017
Please make a memo that your donation is "In Memory of Linda"
About W.A.G.S. 4 Kids
Working Animals Giving Service for Kids (W.A.G.S. 4 Kids) is YOUR 2015 Cleveland Scene Readers' Choice Best Charity organization that empowers local children with disabilities by providing mobility service and autism service dogs to meet the specific needs of children with disabilities in Northeast Ohio, utilizing their Award-Winning ODRC Accredited Cell Dog Training Program. Service dogs are custom trained to provide therapeutic, emotional and physical support for children with disabilities and their families. W.A.G.S. 4 Kids is focused on spotlighting the abilities of children with disabilities and works year-round to provide "typical" kids the opportunity to do whatever they love toward the betterment of a classmate facing everyday challenges through their Kids Who Can! Youth Empowerment program.