Lynda Gail Maloney

June 27, 1945July 27, 2018
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Lynda Maloney, 73, of Baytown was born on June 27, 1945 in Phillipsburg, NJ. She graduated from Phillipsburg High School and then, in 1981, she found her way to Texas where she met her love, Guy Woodward. They loved horses, NASCAR, and dancing. She spent many years working and enjoying her job at Royal Purple Raceway but was always and forever putting her family first. Her family was the joy of her life, the last five years spent raising her two angels, Marlee and Kaylee.

Lynda is preceded in death by her husband, Guy Woodward; mother, Charlotte Olah; and son, Dennis Miller Jr.

Lynda is survived by her three children, Kerry Miller & Mac Nod, Victoria Miller, Michael Miller and Tara; her five brothers and sisters, Harry French, Glen & Tracy French, Joseph & Gina Olah, Belinda& Ted Bray, and Lisa & Joe Piccone; nine grandchildren, Jesse Shramko, Ariel Thomas, Scott Jefferies, Russell Jefferies, Krystene Jefferies, Brittany Campbell, Christopher Williams, Mikhaela Phillips, and Sierra Phillips; 11 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-granddaughter as well as many nieces, nephews, friends and family.

Lynda's Celebration of Life will take place on Saturday, August 4, 2018 from 2-6pm at Earthman Funeral Home, 3919 Garth Rd, Baytown, TX 77521.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, August 4, 2018

Lynda Gail Maloney

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Kerry Miller

August 3, 2018

Mom im going to miss you hope i can hold it all together like i promise you i would love you more then you ever would know fly high my love tell everyone i love them we had our time with you now live it up i loveyou MOM

Misty Jefferies

August 3, 2018 are one of my earliest memories in life. I was 6 yrs old and it was Christmas time. You and your husband came to visit me at home, both dressed to a "T"!! Your husband was Santa Claus and you were Mrs Claus. Just the fact that you would do that for me will forever hold me. You have been in my life for nearly all my life..i will miss you but I know u are where u should be now. Thank u for the memories. I love you

Michael Miller

August 3, 2018

Lynda ,it's been a long eventful journey we been through,no matter what I did ,or was doing, you always let me figure out there were difficulties envolved ,you always picked up the pieces ,and put me back together,to run head first into the next wall ,always positive words never negitive,no questions asked ,you were there. I met good people who crossed paths with you in what ever they were going through ,you took time to help them never any harsh words , you helped ,momma I love you more than I was ever able to express ,you taught me well,I was never in a position in my life were I wanted to bring children into ,and I'll tell ya from my heart momma ,you helped ,I was able to have been blessed with Kaylee Ann which is as amazing as you mom .I watched you through everything ,and I don't know how you calmly and effective ly handle everything,I have to use what I learned from you and Woody to lose my anger and relax and work through it mom you gave me the best things in life ,and you took away the best thing in my life ,but through u I know everything will be ok .mom u will be missed by alot of people,please know Lynda I will watch over your girls me and Brittney will work out are issues and your girls will be taken care of .I promise that this will be the only venture I go through you won't have to pick up any pieces from momma rest in peace Lynda I'll be there with you when it's all over I love you

Laurie Kline

July 31, 2018

Aunt Lynda, I will always think about and miss u. I will remember growing up, coming to your house with my mom and visiting all the time. U always made me laugh and always had a smart comment!! 😊 Our last conversation was ‘Lynda ya gotta stop smoking’. Her response. ‘ I can’t chase men so I’m gonna smoke’. We laughed so hard! Fly high, No more pain! Til we meet again

Christi Wyant

July 31, 2018

Linda with the vibrant red hair and beautiful long legs. That is what I remember growing up. She always made everyone laugh with her crazy, silly sense of humor. I recall the time she came over and did my Mom's makeup because Linda knew how to doll up anyone. We never laughed so hard that day. I was young but I always looked forward to her company! God blessed you were unique and we will miss that beautiful smile! RIP

Chris Williams

July 31, 2018

I’ll miss you forever Grammy. You helped me turn my life around. And I’ll never forget it. I’ll also never forget your smile on your 69th birthday and all the fun we had. I love you Grammy and I’m glad you are resting peacefully now.

Lisa Picione

July 30, 2018

My Beautiful, Nutty Sister! Life will not be the same without you in it! I will remember all of special times together! RIP You are missed already! Always in my Heart! LOVE YA! BUD