Linda Wolfe

February 4, 1951May 2, 2021

Linda Wolfe, 70 of Fortson, GA. passed away on Sunday, May 2, 2021.

A visitation for family and friends will be Wednesday, May 5, 2021 from 9:00 am until service time at Striffler-Hamby Mortuary, 4071 Macon Road, Columbus, Georgia. Graveside services will follow at 10:00 am in Parkhill Cemetery, 4161 Macon Road, Columbus, Georgia.

Linda was born on February 4, 1951 in McRae, GA. to the late Annie Marcila Walker Thompson and John Benton Thompson, Sr. She attended North Highland Church and was employed by Glovis America.

She is survived by her loving husband of 31 years, David W. Wolfe of Fortson, GA, daughters; Tammie Dickerson of Meridian, MS. and Angela Toussaint of Pensacola, FL. siblings; Fay Carol Purser (Ralph) Betty Ann Thompson Hale (Ronald) John Benton Thompson, Jr. Barbara Jean Thompson Parlier (James) and 7 Grandchildren, 3 Great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.


  • David W. Wolfe, Husband
  • Daughters;
    Tammie Dickerson
    Angela Toussaint
    Fay Carol Purser (Ralph)
    Betty Ann Thompson Hale (Ronald)
    John Benton Thompson, Jr.
    Barbara Jean Thompson Parlier (James)
    7 Grandchildren
    3 Great grandchildren
    several nieces and nephews


  • A Visitation of Family and Friends

    Wednesday, May 5, 2021

  • Graveside Funeral Services

    Wednesday, May 5, 2021



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Velissa Hartley

May 3, 2021

Ms. Linda was a dear friend to my Mom, my twin sister and I. I will always remember her, her smile, her kindness, her sense of humor, her silliness, her work ethic and her willingness to help others! We lost our Mom in 1993 and I am sure that her and Ms. Linda are in heaven catching up and watching over their girls! Angela, Tammie and Ms Linda's friends and family - I am praying for all of you in this very difficult time. I am heart broken!

Lisa Lee

May 3, 2021

I will always cherish the times I had with Miss Linda! She was funny and very kind to me! she always made me feel like her extra daughter! Love you so much! praying for all you !

Eva Yancey

May 3, 2021

There are so many memories I could share always love going to see my Aunt Linda she was a very loving and friendly and fun person to be around. There has been times when I would get off work and it would be a long weekend and I drive up to Georgia to see her and spend time with her she would fix me anything I wanted for breakfast she would teach me how to do things. And I got married she did my flowers and cake and organized most of it every thing she did for me was out of love no matter matter I remember calling her to ask her how to make blackberry cobbler and she told me step by step. Mom told one time the Queen was coming to Florida to visit and I said who Aunt Linda so I guess I started that the. Queen we love and miss you very Aunt Linda praying for all of our family and friends God bless all of us you are going to be missed very much