Sunny Lane Funeral Home & Cemetery

4000 Se 29th Street, Del City, OK


Linda Sue Ward

November 7, 1950June 23, 2020

Linda Sue Ward, age 69 passed away on Tuesday June 23rd, 2020 at St. Anthony's hospital in Oklahoma City after a battle with lung cancer. Linda is survived by her daughter Bonnie Pollock and her husband Andy Pollock and two grandsons Dawson Pollock and Zeke Pollock. Bonnie and her family will be having A Celebration of Life Graveside Service at Sunnylane Cemetery on June 29th, 2020 at 10am with Pastor Chase Buchanan officiating.


  • Graveside Service

    Monday, June 29, 2020


Linda Sue Ward

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Adam Soderblom

June 30, 2020

What can I say, Linda was nothing short of amazing! Linda and I quickly became friends. Friends? More like family! Linda was there for me with kind words and excellent advice in one of my darkest hours! She always kept me on my toes with her quick remarks and sarcastic responses! I'm deeply saddened by this loss but I know God has a special place for her.

Kathryn Kirkpatrick

June 29, 2020

Linda was a funny lady, always made me laugh, I loved working with her at Walmart, she had a fun personality, I’ll never forget Linda! R.I.P funny lady!!!

Laura Dunn

June 29, 2020

Linda was a friend to all, so caring and honest. I am so thankful to have met and been able to work and share time with her. She was a great roll model and will be dearly missed. I will never forget her kindness ❤️

Kenny McCoy

June 29, 2020

Linda was always the person I looked for when I went to Walmart. I always started by giving her I hug when I got there and when I left. She was always kind to me, and treated me like her own. She always knew what to say to make me feel better and I honestly just love that I got to know her. She’s always in our hearts. My condolences go out to the family.

Domineek Plunkett

June 29, 2020

Linda was a friend, she was a kind hearted hilarious beautiful person. I worked at walmart with her, and Her and I, spent our breaks together, having an amazing time laughing together and just talking about life. I was devastated by this news. And I just will miss her. There was never a dull moment when she was in the room, she would crack everyone up, she said whatever she wanted whenever she wanted and she made some days so much better just by being there. Rest peacefully, Linda. You were One of A Kind.

Makayla Moriarty

June 29, 2020

I had the privilege to work with Linda at walmart. She reminded me so much of My grandma & she always made the work days better. She took pride in her area & i wish i could of seen her one last time. I miss talking with her about her grand babies & life in general. Sending my love and prayers to her family, i can only imagine how you feel. I know i’m grateful for the opportunity to have known her!

Tundalaya Huffman

June 29, 2020

I meet Linda while working at Walmart, She and I just clicked. We meshed well, as if I knew her all my life. We would always get in trouble in our morning meetings because we would laugh to much. We always laughed. She was a great friend, and I know she loved her family. She was so happy to be closer to her Grand babies.

I will miss those red nails and your laughter ❤️

Zeke Pollock

June 25, 2020

She helped me learn and I miss her already

Shelly Geist

June 25, 2020

First I offer prayers for peace to Bonnie and her family.
Linda was more than a very dear friend, she was family. Knowing her for probably 42 years was an honor. Even during times we were not around each other she was always in my heart and will always be there. There was always laughter and fun times with Linda.
Rest in Heaven my sweet friend. You will be missed.

Go Rest High on that Mountain!