Linda Kay Keeling

February 27, 1941July 12, 2021

Linda Kay Keeling was born on February 27, 1941 in Henderson, TX and passed away on July 12, 2021 and is under the care of Weed Corley Fish Funeral Homes and Cremation Services.

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Kim Cook

July 25, 2021

When I last was in touch with Linda Kay it was the weekend she passed away. That Saturday she had texted me … and as always she was concerned about a mutual friend whose dog had recently passed away. She knew how distraught Lee would be and had already reached out to take her to lunch.
Linda Kay’s smile lit up the room and she cared a lot about others who might be alone. She rarely related any difficulties she might be going through herself.
Her big smile and thoughtfulness will be dearly missed.

Gayle Hight

July 23, 2021

I never met LK in person, but we connected via Zoom waves and knew instantly that we were kindred spirits. I'm sad that I never got to give her a personal hug. She was special and shined brilliantly.

Scott Blech

July 19, 2021

LK was a special spirit who loved Capital City Village and never hesitated to suggest ways it could improve. She will be missed by all of her many friends.

Joe Williams

July 17, 2021

My condolences to the Family. I will miss Linda a lot. I have fond memories of her helping out her neighbors in Summerwood II. I liked helping her out with little things like fixing her rear gate latch and defrosting her A/C heat pump during the ice storm.
Always kind and never a bad word about anyone. A truly beautiful lady.

Chammi Miller

July 16, 2021

I met LK through Capital City Village. She was one of a kind person, she was full of life, happy, funny, kind, and loving. She unconditionally supported CCV and Austin Seniors. One thing I learned from her that the true happiness of the life can be achieved by helping others. LK we will miss you dearly but we will cherish the happy memories you left us. Rest in peace my dear friend.

Laurel Burnett

July 15, 2021

I was in the same organization here in Austin as LK — Capital City Village. I did not know LK real well, but I did know that when she was in the same room as myself she would light up that room. She had a great personality and always smiling or laughing and extremely friendly. She will definitely be missed by all her knew her. Keep smiling LK!

Ricki Marquez

July 15, 2021

To the family and friends of Linda Kay:
This has been the most difficult time for us all. My feelings are all over the place with waves of grief, feelings of guilt for not having more time with LK. You all know why. Linda Kay would brighten each room that she entered. She was funny, smart, energetic , generous, sweet and stubborn ( well, she wasn’t perfect). She loved politics and many of our conversations would go to local, state and national issues. I was glad we could agree on most of these issues.
She was always thrilled when family was coming or she was going to visit and she loved her grandchildren. It is so sad that her new great grandson will not know of Great Grand KK.
I will miss her always. She was a dear friend.
Please accept my sincere condolences for our loss as we will remember her para siempre.
Ricki Marquez

Ellise Perry

July 15, 2021

My grandma KK was one of my greatest blessings! She was one of a kind - silly, smart, loving and generous. She never missed any event, milestone or accomplishment of any of the grandkids. I will carry her spirit, laughter and light on with me through the rest of my life. Love you forever KK (and forever is a long, long time)

Pat Tate

July 15, 2021

I met Linda Kay at Baylor. Not only was she beautiful, she had a wonderful sunshine personality. We did not see each other often but we enjoyed a friendship and never lost touch. She will be missed.
Pat Tate