of Phoenix, Arizona is the last survivor of four children born to the Haddad family. Linda was born in Damascus, Syria in 1917 and was the youngest of four siblings. She came to America at the age of 12. In 1942, she married Fred H. Nahat in Detroit, Michigan. There they raised a family of 4 children who survive her today – Sandra, Dennis, Leon and Denise. For the past four decades she lived in Phoenix, Arizona. Recently, she lived happily with her eldest daughter and son-in-law Sandra and Louis Hasbany. The immediate family today includes four grand children and three great grand children. Linda was the single most supportive, guiding force in the large Nahat and Haddad families surviving her today throughout the world. A giving, just and God fearing matriarch, she gave her family and friends everything in her power to give. Linda was a lifetime member of The Cedar Club of Arizona. She was known to everyone for her willingness to give everything she had to others. Her home was an open door to everyone, on all levels, at all times. She loved her God and prayed nightly for her family and the world’s safety and health in life. There are many lives that have much to be thankful for because of our mother, Linda. She will be missed…Linda Nahat met her God at the age of 93 on January 13, 2010 at 2:47 p.m. Visitation and Service will be held at: St. George Orthodox Church, 4530 East Gold Dust Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85028. Visitation will be held on Friday, January 15th from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. followed by a Trisagion at 7:00 pm. Service will be held on Saturday, January 16th at 10:00 a.m. followed by procession and burial at: Resthaven Cemetery, 61st Avenue and Northern, Glendale, Arizona. Flowers are welcome, as well, the family asks that charitable donations be made in the name of Linda Nahat to St. George Orthodox Church at the above address and/or to: Ballet San Jose, 40 North First Street, San Jose, CA 951143
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