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Linda Osmundson has worn many hats:


TEACHER

WIFE, MOTHER, GRANDMOTHER
3 sons/wives, 7 grandchildren

VOLUNTEER TO PROFESSIONAL SPEAKER

TRAVELER

MUSEUM DOCENT

At the age of fifty, she told her husband she wanted to take a writing course. Because of her many past interests, he asked, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" She has grown up to publish many articles in local and national magazines and publish two books.

 

Although she lived and attended college in Texas, she was never a cowgirl.

She has lived in many locations due to her husband's job transfers - Denver to Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Denver, Seattle, San Ramon, California and finally, retirement in Fort Collins, Colorado. In each location, she volunteered in art museums where she gave hundreds of tours and taught docents and classroom volunteers how to interact with children and art.

Linda currently waits for the February, 2014, release of her third book in the HOW THE WEST WAS DRAWN series on women who painted the west.

In her "spare" time, she visits her seven grandchildren, reads, golfs, crafts, cruises, and dances to Dixieland Jazz and 50s music.


Hannah

Matthew

Melissa

Fynn and Wyatt


Lina and Leilani