Linda A. Zinn of Rutherford, New Jersey passed away peacefully at the age of 49, at the Dover campus of Saint Clare's Hospital on Monday March 1st 2021.
Linda was born on November 29th, 1971 in Denville, New Jersey. She grew up in the Lake Hopatcong section of Jefferson Township, NJ and received her elementary education through the Jefferson T Township school district. She graduated with honors from Jefferson Township High School in June 1990.
As a teenager she enjoyed horseback riding with her gelding, “Sundance”.
Linda was a member of the Girl Scouts and the First Presbyterian Church of Rutherford serving as a Deacon and Elder, as well as teaching Bible classes.
Linda attended Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida where she earned her private pilot's license and graduated Magna Cum Laude 1993 with a Bachelor of Science in Aviation Business Administration. She also attended Fairleigh Dickinson University of Madison, New Jersey, graduating from there in 1996 with a Master of Business Administration Degree. Several years later, Linda attended George Washington University in Washington DC and received her degree in Master of Science Project Management and Stevens Institute in New York and graduated with a certificate in Project Management.
Linda has been employed for more than 26 years with Flight Safety International, Teterboro, New Jersey and currently was the Director of Data Protection and Privacy. Just recently promoted to Officer of Data Protection. She also continued her education through courses offered by Flight Safety International.
Linda was predeceased by her father Robert F. Zinn.
Linda is survived by her English Bulldog, “Miss Daisy
Mother: Virginia M Zinn.
Sister: Lori-Ann Zinn.
Aunt: Nancy J. Robinson and her Uncle Michael J. Robinson.
Cousins: Georgia Ann Zibura and her son Michael Zibura
Adam Robinson and his wife Naomi and their children Sam & Bea.
Sean M. Robinson and his wife Chrissy.
Jessica Sturm and her husband Dan.
Linda was also a volunteer member of the Long Island Bulldog Rescue Group and head of the NJ Chapter.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the Long Island Bulldog Rescue Group in memory of Linda, would sincerely be appreciated.
Due to the covid pandemic, funeral arrangements will be private for family only.
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Long Island Bulldog Rescue
PO Box 239, Stony Brook, NY 11790 NY 11790