Linda Mae Krava passed away Wednesday June 19, 2019 at the age of 58 at the University of Utah hospital due to a traumatic brain injury sustained from a fall. She was a fighter who struggled daily against her personal demons, while continuing to be the feisty, hardworking and generous soul she was born to be.\n\nLinda was born on February 16, 1961 in Provo, Utah to loving parents. While she began her childhood in Utah, she would say that she grew up in Raymond, Alberta, where she lived from the age of 11 to 19 before heading north to attend the University of Alberta. She moved back to the states a few years later where she married Dan Finley and later graduated from nursing school. Linda’s second marriage was to Tom Krava with whom she had two beautiful children, gifts she thought she might never receive. Tom and Linda eventually divorced, and Linda returned to Utah to be closer to her family while raising her children.\n\nLinda was a woman with talent to spare. She could look at anything, whether it was a wedding dress, a tiling job, or a carwash machine and figure out how to sew it, do it or fix it. She excelled at swimming, riding horses, skiing and cooking. She was also a self-taught guitar player, an entrepreneur and a competitor at board games. She cared for a variety of pets which included 2 dogs, 2 parakeets, a fish, a crab, and a duck.\n\nLinda is survived by her children Samantha and James, her mother, Shirley Williams, siblings Dave Williams, Cheryl Murdock and Dan Williams. She was preceded in death by her father, Kay Williams, who, we are sure, was happy to welcome her home.\n\nFuneral services will be held at 11:00 am on Saturday June 22, 2019 at the LDS chapel located at 350 Vine Street, Clearfield, Utah.