Susan Robertson from Kingaroy Office Central.Photo Rhiannon Tuffield / South Burnett Times
Susan Robertson from Kingaroy Office Central.Photo Rhiannon Tuffield / South Burnett Times Rhiannon Tuffield

Lynda Geiger remembered as a “beautiful woman”

YELLOW and pink balloons lit up the streets of Kingaroy in honour of Lynda Geiger, who passed away just before midnight last night.

The people of the South Burnett remembered Lynda as a strong woman who put so much in to her community.

"She was a total beauty inside and out, that woman," Commercial Hotel patron Ali Nielsen said.

"I loved that woman."

Friend Tracey Gossow remembered Lynda as a "beautiful person".

"She was just loved by everyone," Tracey said.

"A beautiful person, a beautiful woman."

Commercial Hotel bartender Jessica Widdrington also passed on her condolences.

"She was nice to everyone, which is why everyone loved her."

After being diagnosed with terminal melanoma last year, the Kingaroy community and beyond have shown their love and support for the Kingaroy wife and mother.

Susan Robertson from Kingaroy Office Central said Lynda had left a strong impact on the community.

"She's a really big loss to the community," Susan said.

"A beautiful person from all accounts - she's free from pain now."

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