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Linda Liberatore


The Rogers Park Builders Group lost one of its finest and most beloved members with the sudden and unexpected passing of Linda Liberatore in January. Linda was a newer member of the group, only joining RPBG in 2012, and only becoming a Director in 2017. But you would not have known it for the deep friendships she forged, and the active and important role she happily took on.

Linda was an incredibly kind and outgoing person, always thinking about what she could do for others and always the first person to volunteer for the endless, and often thankless, tasks that needed to be done to keep the organization running.

Linda with RPBG colleagues at 2018 Summer Soiree

Linda’s official role with RPBG was Director of Communications. But this hardly does justice to the many ways in which Linda made herself essential to the organization. Linda was an amazingly energetic and organized person, and was always the first to volunteer to help organize monthly meetings and special events. Linda was instrumental in expanding the presence of RPBG on social media and took an active role in almost everything the organization tackled. “I can’t” was not in her vocabulary, and Linda was not one to say “no” when asked to take on a task or responsibility.

Linda was an acclaimed public speaker, educating the property management industry through workshops, YouTube videos and podcasts. Here is a sampling of one of Linda’s podcasts

It is never easy to lose the ones we love. In Linda’s case, this is compounded by the fact that she was only 58 when she died. It’s hard not to feel that a great injustice has been done. At the very least, we all recognize how much more Linda could have accomplished had she not been cut down in the prime of her life.

But anger and denial will do us no good. At the end of the day, all we can say is that she will be tremendously missed by all and can never be replaced. We should be grateful for the time we had with her and celebrate the incredible person she was and will remain in our hearts.

To Linda’s husband Tim (Heneghan) and her three daughters – Marissa, Jenna and Karli – we offer our deepest sympathies and regrets. To all who knew her and cared about her, we share in the sorrow of her loss. She was a remarkable human being in so many ways. Her lose leaves a terrible void in all of our lives and our hearts.



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