Lynda Cheldelin Fell
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Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Lynda and her beloved husband lost their 15 year-old daughter, a straight-A student and competitive swimmer who died in a tragic car accident while coming home from a swim meet in 2009. Surrounded by love and support, Lynda was determined to overcome the overwhelming darkness, and was just finding her footing when her 46-year-old husband suffered a major stroke leaving him with permanent disabilities.
Seeing the world through filter of sorrow, Lynda found comfort by helping others who were struggling, and this fueled her passion to create a legacy of help, healing and hope. She founded AlyBlue Media in 2013 and launched Grief Diaries Radio in February 2014. She soon added film, webinars, and books to her repertoire as well as national events including the National Grief & Hope Convention featuring Martin Luther King's daughter, Dr. Bernice King.
Now considered a pioneer in the field of inspirational hope in the aftermath of loss, Lynda creates ground-breaking projects dedicated to raising awareness and compassion, teaching others that they hold the power to change someone’s life with just one smile, and inspire hope that life can be full and rich in the aftermath of loss.
Lynda is a mother of four and grandmother of one. She lives north of Seattle near her birthplace of Bellingham, Washington, with her Australian-born husband Jamie. She loves coffee, chocolate, and old garden roses, and is happiest when surrounded by the laughter of family and friends.