Linda Kay Fuqua

28 January , 19492 September , 2019

Linda Kay Fuqua was born on January 28, 1949 and went to be with the Lord on September 2, 2019. She leaves to cherish her memory: loving husband, Neal Fuqua; daughter, Karen James & husband Billy James; son, Brian Fuqua & wife Andrea; grandchildren: Will James, Kendall James, Amanda Fuqua, Kenna Fuqua, Rylan Fuqua, Marley Fuqua, Kylee Fuqua; brother, Keith Peacock & wife Glenna; sister-in-law, Doreka Swift; brother-in-law, Boyd Fuqua & wife Scotty; along with other loving family & friends.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that a donation be made to the American Kidney Foundation.


  • John Perego
  • David Krukiel
  • Frank Barrette
  • Robert Poye
  • Barry Bergeron
  • Jack Rogers


  • Family Will Receive Friends Friday, 6 September , 2019
  • Celebration of Life Friday, 6 September , 2019


Linda Kay Fuqua

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Danny and Cheryl McCandless McCandless

7 September 2019

Linda was one of the sweetest and kindest persons we’ve ever had the privilege to know. Her kindness immediately put people at ease and her gentle nature was reflected in all she did. She will be missed greatly by those who knew her.

Suzanne Wright. (Peacock)

6 September 2019

Neal and family. We are truly sorry for the loss of Linda. She walks with Jesus and completely healed. Sorry we are not in town for the service. Blessed to have spent time with ya a few months ago.
Love Suzanne and Ronnie ❤️

Andrea Clark

5 September 2019

What a lovely sweet lady Linda was. She was a blessing and I feel privileged to have known her. My sincere condolences Neal to you and your family.

Dale Davud

5 September 2019

Linda was a sweet, gentle, soft spoken lady. She was always friendly to everyone who knew her. You could tell by her very demeanor that she loved the Lord. I know she will be missed by us all.

Neal and family, we will be in prayer for all of you.

Demetrius and Patti Roberts

5 September 2019

Linda, a beautiful lady. Always smiling. God shined in her life. She was caring and so very kind. A very lovely lady.

Kathy Kimball

5 September 2019

Linda was one of those people you felt at home with the moment you met her. She was a kind, generous, loving soul that always had a smile for everyone. When I first saw her visiting First Baptist I was thrilled to have her and Neal become part of my church family again. I know God has already put her to work serving beside Him in Heaven. Neal, I hope this brings a smile to your face and comfort to your weary heart. Praying for you and your dear family.

Beverly Cook

5 September 2019

I am so sorry for your loss. I will always remember the first time I saw Linda. I thought she was so pretty with her dark hair and beautiful blue eyes. Turns out after I got to know her she was really sweet also.

Jim Cummings

5 September 2019

I will always remember Linda's smile and kind spirit. Anyone who saw the talent show at Fairmont Park Church can tell you, she had a stage presence. Linda and Neal's impression of Linda Carter and Johnny Cash was the highlight of the event. She will be missed.

Chris and Danny Jeanes

5 September 2019

Dear Neal, being Linda's friend was so easy. We couldn’t have had a nicer, sweeter person in our life. We truly enjoyed our lunches. When I took Linda to a movie she and I bawled our eyes out, I promised her I would check out the ending next time before we went, lol. She was so gentle and kind. We are 💔 over your loss. Lots of prayers for you and the extended family to be covered with God’s loving arms of comfort and peace. Love, Chris and Danny

Larry and Suzanne Crum

4 September 2019

Having a true friend that I could share thoughts and feelings with has been so special. We could always meet for a cup of tea and share. Linda has been my true Christian friend and prayer partner for over forty years. That special relationship will never be replaced. Walking through our home today I could see in every corner and shelf an angel or item (gift) that Linda had given to me. These will always remind me of her love. Suzanne Crum