OBITUARY

Linda Honey Bear Linda Jackson Dennis

January 14, 1948June 28, 2019

Linda Dennis age 71, went home to be with the Lord on June 28, 2019.

She was born on January 14, 1948 in Columbus, Georgia to Willie Moses Jackson and Ella Mae Burston Jackson.

She graduated from Spencer High School in Columbus, Georgia. She worked as a seamstress for most of her career. She earned a degree in cosmetology from Del Mar College in Corpus Christi.

After retiring, she was blessed by God to work for her church as a receptionist for Corpus Christi Christian Fellowship. She was a caring and loving wife of 39 years to Vernon Dennis, loving mother of 6 children and a faithful servant to God.

Visitation and viewing for the family will begin at 12:30pm Friday, July 5, 2019 and Funeral Services will begin at 1:30pm at Corpus Christi Christian Fellowship 6602 South Staples.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.FunerariaDelAngelMHolly.com for the Dennis family.

  • FAMILY

  • Vernon Lee Dennis, Husband

Services

  • Visitation Friday, July 5, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Friday, July 5, 2019
  • Interment Monday, July 8, 2019

Memories

Linda Honey Bear Linda Jackson Dennis

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Crystal Rivers

July 4, 2019

From the Rivers family to yours: we send our deepest condolences, praying the strength & peace of Jesus Christ Be with everyone in the family, even as they seek embrace in this difficult time.

Linda Dennis was always such an admirable lady of worth and sweet tenderness of character. She always had such a classy way in carrying her elegance as a genuine woman of God, and never hesitated to encourage those around her with a smile that could make absolutely anyone feel loved.
We felt such depth of spiritual love from Linda. She loved our precious first son, Obadiah so much. Anytime she would see him come in the office in his stroller, or carried in daddy's arms between church services, she would make sure to stop us so she could love on him with her words of loving care to his character. She would laugh when he would squeal out loud because she knew that was the special moment she could always count on getting out of him, no matter what his mood was.
Mrs. Linda was a deeply beloved woman to our family; it was a sea of tears the moment we realized we would no longer hear from her until we all get to heaven.
One thing is for certain, we know that she is in the greatest place to be desired for any follower of Christ, scooped close and tight in our Savior's Arms, the Arms of Jesus. Her new home is a place we all seek to be in one day... soon and very soon. We love you all. And may the memories of her beautiful heart, and especially loving spirit, be enough to carry your family into the day that you can see her again.
She is not gone, only located elsewhere for a temporary season. You all will see her again. Love and blessings to your family.

Flora Martinez

July 1, 2019

Our most sincere condolences to all the family from my husband Burney Martinez and myself. There’s no words we can say that would minimize the pain you are going through but I know our comforter (Holy Spirit) will give you peace in your hearts. 😢
Linda was a unique beautiful lady
Every time I would call our church CCCF I would make her laugh, I would say to her
Linda, Linda listen Linda! I would say that phrase to her every time I would see her at church! And she would laugh!
I will miss you beautiful lady😢 but I know you are in better place now!
Rest in the arms of our Savior beautiful sister 😢😢

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY