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I’m proud to say that Uncle Wes had such a huge part in making me who I am today. He made his mark on all the lives he encountered and he’ll never be forgotten. He was undeniably one the strongest men of whom I’ve ever got the chance to witness, physically and mentally. He had such a genuinely good soul and stood for what he believed in no matter what others thought. I’ve learned so much just having known the person he was and I know the memories we’ve shared have more to teach me yet. I’m so blessed to have had an uncle as incredible as Wes especially as a guardian angel now.
My thoughts are with you and your family as you grieve the loss of Wes. I know the days are hard and dark right now but I hope that as your family processes his loss you will find comfort in the memories. Please accept my deepest sympathies.
I am so sorry, do you or yours need anything, Ladi and want to help in anyway.
Sandy & Ladi
Wes, you were an amazing person. I’m so glad to have grown up with you and had the privilege to be your friend. You will be missed but never forgotten. May you Rest In Peace.
Wish I could have met Wes but from everything his wife Toshia shared over the years…it sounded like they were blessed with a wonderful relationship and made the best of the time they had. My heart goes out to his children, wife and parents. May all of his family find solace that Wes no longer suffers. So sorry for your loss.
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Wesley Dale Linder, 45, passed away on July 17, 2022 at his home surrounded by his family. He was born on November 3rd, 1976 in Lafayette, IN to his parents Vernon Dale Linder and Mary Louise (Pinkston) Linder, who survive. Wes graduated from Jefferson High School in Lafayette, and had been working as a supervisor at HTH Companies for several years. In 2003, he met Latoshia Marie Jewell-McElwain and they spent 19 years by each other’s sides, enjoying life and watching their family grow. Wes loved riding his Harley and would hit the roads saying it was “the best therapy.” He also enjoyed hunting, shooting, collecting guns, watching the kids play sports, and spending time on the river. However, his greatest joy was the time he spent with his family, who will all miss him very much.
Wesley is survived by his partner, Latoshia Marie Jewell-McElwain; his four sons, Wesley Chase Edwin (Taylor) Wisma-Linder, Braiden Dale (Allie) Linder, Drew Tyler (Marlye) Linder, and Dylan Allen Linder; stepchildren, Anastassia Marie (Brandon) McElwain and Alexander Clark McElwain; his new grandson, Cohen Dale Linder; father, Vernon Dale Linder; mother, Mary Louise (Steve) Linder; a brother; several nieces and nephews; “in-laws” Jeff and Diane Jewell; as well as his “brother” Michael Wayne (Jessica) Pinkston.
Graveside services will be held on Thursday July 28th, 2022 at 1:00pm at Tippecanoe Memory Gardens in West Lafayette, IN. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.tippecanoememorygardens.com Tippecanoe Funeral & Cremation Services is honored to be assisting the family with arrangements.
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