Linda Sue Woody
November 19, 1948 – November 26, 2019
Linda Sue Woody, age 71, of Carrollton, Texas passed away on Tuesday November 26, 2019. Linda was born November 19, 1948 in Fort Worth, TX to parents Jesse and Patsy Woody. She graduated from R. L. Turner High School in 1966. Linda worked in various career fields throughout her life, which included working at her father’s White's Auto Stores, banking, cable communications, and library services.
Linda was a lifelong Carrollton resident, who had a love for arts and crafts. She would often attend craft shows and trade shows, where she would sell some of her best creations. She made all types of jewelry and she loved sewing, making aprons and various other items. Linda had an eye for creating floral arrangements and drawing. Linda was also an avid collector of cookbooks, and she loved reading. In her free time, Linda enjoyed watching cooking shows, HGTV, gardening, completing jigsaw puzzles, crossword puzzles and traveling, especially to Hawaii. She also had a deep love for all animals especially her dog and cat.
Linda is survived by her loving husband Dennis Cauble; her daughters, Pamela and Julie; Dennis’ children, Lisa Cauble, Melissa Luna, Michelle Flores; sons Brad Cauble and Chris Cauble and many grandchildren and great grandchildren. She is also survived by her brother Paul Woody and wife Jackie; nephews Wade and Rusty Woody; aunts Imogene James and Bettye Roberts; uncles Darrell Shockey and wife Flo and Homer Shockey and wife Mary, and many, cousins, family members and friends.
- Visitation Monday, December 2, 2019
- Funeral Service Tuesday, December 3, 2019
- Committal Service Tuesday, December 3, 2019
Linda Sue Woody
December 2, 2019
Linda was a nice woman with a good heart..she was an outstanding cook along with her mother Pat and Aunt Peggy which was my Grandmother.. last time I got to see or talk to Linda was 2 maybe 3 years ago . I hadn't seen Linda before that since I was in high school. So I would say close to 17 years. I grew up with her kids and spent time with family at gatherings and get togethers. I reunited with Julie Hendrickson after a decade of not seeing her and Linda invited us over for dinner and took us fishing out on lake Lewisville with her spouse(forgive me for not remembering name) on his boat. We shared stories from the past and laughed and talked and caught up and I really did enjoy that time I got to spend with her. Linda reminds me so much of my mother in ways and my grandmother in other ways .. It really hurt my heart hearing this unfortunate news and my condolences and prayers are out to all the family,friends, and loved ones. This was so unexpected and Linda we love you and know that Jesus has taken you back home.. rest in peace