Granny Duck Obituary, Death – Granny Duck, Linda M. Kerber, who was the mother of Joelle, passed away recently, and it is with a heavy heart that we share the news of her passing. Granny Duck was a treasured member of our family. In the early days of our Rubber Ducky Journey, if you had the good fortune to stop by our home farmstand, you might have had the opportunity to meet Granny, who would often sit on our porch or answer the door when customers came looking for eggs.
We often told the story of how we moved to Wisconsin in order to find a house that was large enough to provide care for her during the early stages of dementia to those who had never had the opportunity to meet her. Granny was a remarkable woman who enjoyed making other people laugh, was a devoted sports fan, and, above all else, cherished the time she spent with her family.
Even though she didn’t always show it openly, Granny was extremely proud of her daughter Joelle and the Rubber Ducky Team for having the courage to go after their goals, despite the fact that Granny didn’t always express her pride openly. It made her nervous to think about us quitting our jobs, and she always wished us the best of luck in our future endeavors.
The memory of Grandma will always be treasured, and she will never be forgotten. We are thankful that we were able to have her as a part of our lives because she made an indelible mark on all of us through her life. For many years to come, her legacy of strength, resiliency, and unflinching love for her family and friends will continue to serve as a source of motivation for all of us. We are saddened by her passing, but at the same time, we honor her life and the positive influence she had on both our family and our community. Granny Duck, may you finally rest in peace.