Sieglinde Waltraut Dover

February 14, 1931 - June 5, 2022
Sieglinde Waltraut Dover

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Sieglinde Waltraut Krisch Dover, 91, of Wilmington formally of Kings Mountain, NC died Sunday June 5, 2022 at Novant New Hanover Regional Medical Center.

Linda was born in Dresden, Germany of February 14, 1931 the daughter of the late Paul Gustar Adolph and Rosa Hilma Tiebel Krisch. She came to Ellis Island, NY in 1955 at the age of 24 to make a better life. She lived most of her American life in Kings Mountain and retired in 1994 as a Elementary School Secretary at the Bethware Elementary School. She eventually moved to Wilmington to be close to her daughter. She was preceded in death by a sister Lotte Tiebel.

Linda loved Kings  Moutain and her Bethware community. She was especially close to Margaret Ledford and Ginger Hall. She loved her neighbors, Wayne, Anna, Tad, and Kevin Dellinger. She loved her garden and flowers. Her dachshunds were also like her children through the years.

Surviving are her daughter Amy Dover and her partner Juli Book of Southport.

A service will be planned in the near future in Kings Mountain.

The family would like memorials contributions to be made to the New Hanover Humane Society 2405 N. 23rd Street Wilmington, NC 28405.

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  • June 10, 2022
    Mike Kittrell says:
    With deepest sympathy, thinking of you Amy, now and in the days to come! You made your mom proud!

  • June 07, 2022
    Faye Holmes says:
    So sorry to hear of Linde passing. I met her a couple years ago,. I enjoyed hearing her telling the old stories about Kings Mountain. I am sorry that I didn’t get to spend more time with her. To Amy you were such a jewel to your mother.❤️

  • June 07, 2022
    Amy Raynor says:
    Amy, my prayers go out to you and your family as you mourn the loss of your sweet mama. You were her pride and joy and her greatest legacy. Always remember that in days, months, and years ahead on the hard days, because there will always be some. And smile when you see those red birds pop in for a visit and you can sense your mama’s presence. You did right by your mom up until the very end and she left this world wrapped in your loving arms and reassured of your love for her. I pray God’s comfort, strength, and peace for you today and days ahead.

  • June 07, 2022
    Samantha Terres says:
    I only met your Mom once, but I thought she was a ball of fire! I thoroughly loved talking to her. She was feisty and made me laugh (hard!) I know you’ll have a hole in your heart forever, but you’ll see her again. Cherish your memories until then. Ed & I love you.

  • June 07, 2022
    Olivia Lai says:
    When I was the Service Coordinator at Hadden Hall, Linda was one of my favorite residents. Before her heath declined, she took joy in planting flowers which made for a beautiful entrance into the building. I was in awe of her energy and positive attitude. She was so proud of Amy and was fortunate to have her loving support in remaining in her apartment as her heath declined. My condolences to Amy.