Melissa Ann Lindemann | Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel

April 3, 1984 - September 14, 2020


Melissa Ann Lindemann

Age 36, of Chicago, formerly of Mpls. Survived by parents, Randolph & Debbie Lindemann; and numerous family and friends. Preceded in death by brother, Brad Lindemann; grandparents, Alfred & Amanda Lindemann and David & Lillian Thompson. Attended Holy Name/Risen Christ School, graduated from South High School, and earned degrees in Esthiology, Business and IT. Melissa was an artistic and gifted person. She enjoyed drawing, playing piano, DJ-ing, and food blogging. An avid K-pop fan, BTS was her favorite; and she had played in the rock band Hazel Strange. She went to music festivals, liked being goofy, but her writing reached a more serious tone and depth. She had a keen interest in beauty, makeup and fashion. Her interests were eclectic, and Melissa was always eager to meet new people and make friends, which she could do with ease. Melissa enjoyed international travel.




6 Comments

  1. Dan and Tammy says:

    We are so sorry! Melissa will always be with us and our hearts ache for You, Debbie and Randy. Thoughts and prayers go out to you.

    Love, love, love! Dan & Tammy

  2. BBS says:

    Sincere condolences on the loss of your beloved Melissa. Mass intentions have been dedicated in her name at St. Anne’s and St. Mary’s Catholic Churches. Our children always thought highly of her.

  3. Carolyn and Terry Smith says:

    We are so very sorry for the loss if your of your lovely daughter Melissa. We cannot even imagine what you are going through but sending peace and compassion.

  4. Anna-Marie Byrne says:

    I have such positive memories of Melissa…she brightened up my classroom with her smile, positive attitude, and hard work. My deepest sympathy to Deb and Randy, her extended family, and close friends. Members of the Risen Christ community have been keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers.
    Peace,
    Anna-Marie Byrne

  5. Manny Avila says:

    Melissa… you went out of your way so many times and always with a smile. No hesitation to just make memories. Your smile was bright and I miss you.
    My thoughts to your family and we all need your guidance from wherever you are.
    *cheers* to you my Scotch friend

  6. Karen Phelps says:

    I want to tell you what a joy it was to know your daughter Melissa when she played at Mary and Steve Lowthers home! She was a beautiful gifted woman. She left this world on my birthday September 14 to be with God. I hope you know how much your family is loved. We/I are praying for you that God will hold your hearts tenderly in his hands and comfort your heart and mind with his grace. God Bless you always

    Karen Phelps(Mary Lowthers sister)

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