Lynda B. Samdperil, 73, a retired manufacturer’s representative for children’s clothing whose personal style reflected her flair for fashion, died April 19 in Hopkinton.
A 1967 graduate of Hope High School and then of Garland Junior College in Boston, she was the daughter of the late Albert and Edwyna Samdperil of Providence and Florida, and the sister of Fredda Korber (Michael) of Colorado and formerly of Barrington, Rhode Island.
A Boston resident for many years, Lynda represented several clothing lines in the Bayside Expo Center.
Born May 2, 1949, in Lowell, she was the aunt of Maurice Dressler (Abigail) of Concord, and Allison Dressler Kramer (Glenn) of Natick.
She was the great-aunt of Charlotte and Teddy Dressler and Talia, Lulu, and Rae Kramer.
Lynda’s love of fashion was evident in both her personal wardrobe and in the decor wherever she lived.
In her later years, visits from her beloved sister, nephew and niece were highlights of her week.
Her sharp wit and strength of character will be deeply missed.
A funeral service was held April 23 in the Samuel Priest Chapel at Lincoln Park Cemetery, 1469 Post Road, Warwick, Rhode Island. Arrangements were by Shalom Memorial Chapel. Donations to hospice will be greatly appreciated.
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