OBITUARY

Linda Fay Lane

July 3, 1960February 11, 2021
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Linda Fay Lane age 60 died on Thursday, February the 11th, 2021, in Charlotte, NC.

She is survived by her brothers, Don Lane (Cherry) & Chris Lane (Kitty), and her sister, Brenda Lane; her nephews Jimmy Blake, Devin Lane, and Patrick Lane (Katie), her niece, Meredith Lane, her great-nephews Tristan Blake and Emmett Lane, and great-niece, Mitzi Blake and Heidi Lane.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Judge & Katie Lane, and her niece, Angie Walker.

Linda was born on July the 3rd, 1960 in Virginia Beach, Virginia and moved with her family to Charlotte, NC in 1975. After graduating from West Charlotte High School, Linda studied early childhood education at Central Piedmont where she received her Certification to teach. Linda was currently employed by Busy Bee Academy, and loved working with her 3 year olds.

Linda played in a church soft ball league while in high school and became an avid sports fan. In dad's house you rooted for the Washington Redskins and later became a Panthers fan as well. Her big college team was the Duke Blue Devils. Unfortunately, this clashed with her twin sister, Brenda, who is a huge Tarheel fan.

She will be missed by her family, friends, and students, whom she loved dearly.

The family will receive friends at the McEwen Funeral Home, 5716 Monroe Road, Charlotte, NC. on Thursday, February the 18th from 6PM to 8PM observing all health care guidelines.

A Family only service will held at Cokesbury United Methodist Church which will be live streamed on Facebook on Friday, February the 19th at 2PM.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Humane Society of Charlotte, in Linda's name.

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, February 18, 2021

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Shawn Fogle

February 19, 2021

Brenda,
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Linda. I can still see her smile and hear her laugh. She will never be forgotten.
Much Love,
Shawn Fogle

Carla Chambers

February 18, 2021

Remembering our West Charlotte Class of 1979 classmate Linda Lane. Lifting your family in our heartfelt prayers.
Carla Chambers

Kenneth Roach

February 18, 2021

Brenda, my heart and prayers go out to you and your family over the loss of Linda. May Gob Bless you and Keep you during this hard time.

Kerry Giles

February 18, 2021

You spent a few years growing up several doors down from us. Your parents were special folks that shared a lifetime of friendship with my Mom, Ginny, and I remember them so well. Chris, Don, Brenda and Linda are very much part of the childhood memories I have of Eastwood Road. I can picture the twins as toddlers! I know that you are all saddened by the loss of your Sister and I hope that it is a comfort to know that others care and share your grief at this time. Chris, it was wonderful to see you several years ago when you attended my Aunt Bettie's funeral. I'm sure there are many that will welcome Linda to the heavenly palace, but none more than the Nags Head crowd our parents held together for all those years.
I wish you peace.
Kerry Hathaway Giles

Diana Ades

February 17, 2021

Brenda, I was lucky enough to meet and get to know Linda. I am sure your heart is broken and my heart is broken for you and your family. I am thinking of you at this time and always. Linda will always bring a smile to your face and to those who knew her. Please let me know if you need anything, anything at all. All my best, Diana Ades

Joyce Godwin

February 17, 2021

Dear Lane Family,
I taught Linda at West Charlotte High School and also stayed in touch throughout later years when I shopped at Belks where we reconnected. Linda was a lovely young lady who loved to laugh. Her smile and laughter were infectious! She will be deeply missed. May God grant you peace and understanding during this time.
Fondly,
Joyce Godwin

Chris Hawkins

February 16, 2021

I met and worked with Linda at Belk, She was always great to be around, wonderful personality, and so full of Life. She was a blessing to work with, This world will be a little sad knowing she’s gone.

My thoughts and prayers go out to Brenda, and the family.

Sybil Byars

February 15, 2021

I met Linda at Belk Carolina Place in the early 90's. We worked together in the men's department. She was funny, a hard worker and the best friend a girl could have.
She had the most wonderful laugh.
We remained friends after I left Belk. She and her sister, Brenda are two of the "bestests" people on earth.

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