OBITUARY

Linda Faye HENDERSON

February 19, 1952April 4, 2021
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Linda Faye HENDERSON was born on February 19, 1952 and passed away on April 4, 2021 and is under the care of Singing Hills Funeral Home.

Visitation will be held on April 9, 2021 at 3:00 pm at Singing Hills Funeral Home, 6221 UNIVERSITY HILLS BLVD, DALLAS, TX. Funeral Service will be held on April 10, 2021 at 11:00 am at Singing Hills Funeral Home, 6221 UNIVERSITY HILLS BLVD, DALLAS, TX.

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  • Visitation

    Friday, April 9, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, April 10, 2021

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Linda Faye HENDERSON

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Rob Hahn

April 8, 2021

To Linda’s Family,

I pray for comfort for you all during this time. So many of us worked with Linda for many years and we had so many great times together. We would laugh so hard we would almost roll on the floor! I always tried my hardest to get her to put me in my place! Thank you for sharing her with us all of these years. We were blessed to know her and to know you too from all of the stories she told us about her family. Love—Rob

Valerie LaGrone

April 8, 2021

To Keke and the family, I send my condolences and lifting you up in prayer.

EILEEN SAILERS

April 8, 2021

Dear Kee Kee and Family,
I have known Linda over twenty years, and one of the fondest memories I have of Linda was when we spend "sister time" together on a Saturday morning, meeting up for breakfast. Every time I was with her, all we do was giggle, laugh and have happy moments. One of my profound conversations with her was asking ourselves "how do we want to enjoy our lives"?. Her answer was, "I can't go back in the past and I don't want to think about it now, I want to enjoy what I have now. If I want to buy something, I will get it, I do not worry about it no more, You know, God will take care of tomorrow. I know so, why worry! Her tomorrow came and God was true to his promise because Linda left to be with the Lord on a beautiful Sunday morning on Easter Day, April 4, 2021. And this again is a testimony that I have witnessed. I will miss her a lot but I will let go because she is in a better place in God's mansions. - Linda, I love You! -Eileen

Leslie Fountain

April 8, 2021

We may have lost touch for a while since we started working together 26 years ago (never totally because of your friendship with Jennifer) but when we did reconnect we picked up right where we left off .... sharing so many great memories and laughs. RIP my friend. Love always, Leslie

Jennifer Trout

April 8, 2021

Oh Linda. How I will miss you so. We had so much fun working together. I considered you more than just a co-worker. You were like a second mother to me. You fed me constantly and made me laugh so hard. I had to start a notepad in my phone of all the funny memories we shared so I will never ever forget them. Love you forever, Linda.

Beverly, Corliss & Faye Brown

April 8, 2021

Keonica,

"A rose has bloomed in Heaven and whenever loved ones part, they blossom forth in memories in the gardens of the heart."

Treasure the years you had with Linda - difficult & happy times because God prepared you! Remember that God is always with you - never forget that!

The Brown's
Beverly, Corliss & Faye

Michael HAWKINS

April 7, 2021

Condolences to the family! To my family, we must keep a firm grip on our faith through suffering. God has great plans for us in Christ.
Please no that your family is praying to the Father (God) to strengthen you in your time of need.

Michael and Rita Hawkins

Audrey Booker

April 7, 2021

Cousin you'll be truly missed. Heartfelt Condolences to the 👪
Matthew 5:4

Felix Mojica

April 6, 2021

May God give you all comfort in this difficult time. I will hold on to all the beautiful memories Linda and I had together at work. I will always remember Linda. She loved the banana bread that I use to bake for her. She told me once “make sure that the banana bread is crispy outside and have lot’s of walnuts in it”. Lol. The skies opened to welcome a great woman. I will always love you my Sister.

Debra Lyons

April 6, 2021

Ohh Linda, the memories we have made and shared are unforgettable. We were always more like sisters than first cousins and everyone thought I was the only person that could get you to to Wills Point in our older years, but in our younger years we were together every summer. You called me again about three weeks ago but said you weren't trying to call. My heart is broken but I know you're at peace.

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