Linda Kay (Black) Kell "Together Again" Our precious loving mother, sister, aunt and friend Linda Kay (Black) Kell went home to our Heavenly Father and the love of her life Roger Herman Kell peacefully in her sleep and in her home, on June 6th 2012. She blessed all of us with her earthly presence for 59 wonderful years. She felt her broken heart caused congestive heart failure. Dilated cardiomyopathy was the official cause of death. The following is the obituary that Linda wrote in March of 2005 shortly after losing Roger (very small parts have been changed to bring it up to date): "I was born on February 25th 1953 to the two of the most wonderful parents, Calvin Ardell Black and Bonnie Jean Jensen Black. They both preceded me in death. It will be good to see them again. I am the proud Sister of Daniel Jay Black and Susan LaRae Black, Casias. Who I will miss very much and will never forget all they did for me when we lost Roger. I lived in Tooele all of my life. I attended Grade School at Tooele Central School and Harris Elementary. Junior High at Tooele Junior High School and graduated from Tooele High School in 1971. My first jobs were Baby Sitting for all of the neighbors from the time I was 10 years old until I was 15. Then I worked for Hood Walgreen Drug, while I was in my last two years in High School. I met Roger, the love of my life and purpose of my life, in the fall of 1969. It was really love at first sight. We couldn't stand to be away from each other. He asked me to marry him in the spring of 1970. We were married in The Little Church of the West in Las Vegas Nevada on February 12, 1971. It was the happiest day of my life. We were totally blessed by the births of our two beautiful Daughters, Sheila Jean Kell, July 22, 1973 and Angela Marie Kell, May 22, 1976. They brought so much joy and happiness into our lives. I went to work at the Tooele Army Depot in 1980, as a Typist, Supply Clerk, and finally a Purchasing Agent, to help make enough money to support our beautiful family, where I stayed for almost nine years. I decided I needed to be home with our girls, so I started my own business and quit the depot in 1989. I really enjoyed bowling for almost 20 years with Roger. I loved dancing with him. He was the most romantic and talented dancer I had ever seen and I loved the way he always held me so close. Later, we became involved with singing Karaoke and we met so many wonderful friends and really enjoyed going out almost every Friday or Saturday to sing. Roger was always so happy when we went. Now all of our friends will have to "Sing 'Em All". I hope they'll sing some of our favorites for us, always. I've always loved people in general and listening to their life stories and trying to help them with their problems in any way I can. But Sheila, Angela, Michael, Steven and our grandchildren Jason, Vivian, and Donovan are and will always be the most important loves and total prides of our lives. This life would have been so very empty without our Children. We've been so very blessed." -- L.K.K. Linda is survived by her two loving daughters Sheila Jean Kell and Angela Marie (Kell) Mullaly; Angela's husband Michael Joseph Mullaly; grandchildren Vivian Michele Mullaly and Donovan Roger Mullaly; loving step-son Steven Roger Kell; first grandchild Jason Shilling Kell, Castaic, Calif.; brother Daniel J. Black; niece Sherie (Black) Jaramillo and her husband Rockie; nephew Jeremy Black; sister Sue (Black) Casias and her husband Carlos; also many cousins aunts and uncles, great-nieces and nephews and many friends. She was preceded in death by the love of her life Roger Herman Kell, Mother Bonnie Jean (Jensen) Black, Father Calvin Ardell Black, and Mother-in-law Lela Loretta (Hoesch) Kell. Each of those people she loved, nurtured, and cared for until the end of their lives. She was there for them every day. She loved to garden, plant flowers and travel with family. She had a very kind heart and will always be remembered for her sweet and compassionate ways. She had a way about her that she could always make you feel better about yourself. She was very patriotic and loved our country. Slow dancing, the two-step, and jitterbug with Roger and being a mom were her favorite things. We'll always love and miss her until the end of time and we meet again. Services will be held Thursday June 14, 2012 at 12 p.m. at the Tooele North Stake Center, 583 No. 270 East, Tooele, UT. A viewing will be held 1 hour prior to the services. An additional viewing will be held on Wednesday June 13th from 6-8 p.m. at Tate Mortuary 110 S. Main Street Tooele, UT. ï¿½ [googleMap name="Tooele North Stake Center" width="500" height="400"]583 North 270 East, 84074[/googleMap]\n\nTo send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Linda Kell please visit our Sympathy Store.