OBITUARY

Linda Kay Heberle

July 21, 1950April 7, 2018

Linda Kay Heberle, 67, of Burleson, Texas, passed away April 8th,2018. She was born in Fort Worth, Texas on July 21st, 1950. Kay graduated from Burleson High School, and received a Masters in Theatre Arts from UCLA. Kay had a career in acting for various productions including The Young And The Restless (1973), Police Woman (1974) and Psycho lll (1986). She is survived by her daughter Annalisa Jamalainen, brother Paul Heberle and sister Suzanne Heberle.

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Kimberly Brassner née Gadette

April 24, 2018

Kay Heberle: brilliant and fierce, with a blistering acting talent and an intelligence that kept her always hungering for more knowledge, more self-awareness, more, more, more. Her talent was such that any director’s, actor’s or playwright’s work was made all the better, inevitably having to step up to meet the high standard she set for herself. (See Lewis Colick’s memory of April 16.)

She was the closest of my close friends for 6 years in the ‘70s, and my memories of that time overflow with Kay. Not only my friend, she was often my dedicated champion, imbuing confidence in my talent that I lacked in myself.

It’s untenable that this woman, a life force unto her own, has left the planet. I will miss Kay always.

Wayne Hoaldridge

April 23, 2018

Though I was a senior when Kay was a freshman, I have very fond memories. We talked and she laughed and I laughed. I have not seen her since high school but, I have to say if I had we would have laughed together. So sorry to hear of her passing. RIP, and condolences...

Mickir Tigner

April 19, 2018

Knew Linda Kay since I was a very little girl. So proud of your accomplishments. May you rest in Gods arms.
Mickie and Larry Tigner

Kathy Roberts

April 19, 2018

Kay was my classmate at Burleson High School in 1968. I met her when I first moved to Burleson in the 9th grade. She was so kind to everyone and had the most beautiful smile. A great memory. Prayers for her entire family. God has acquired another precious angel.

Lewis Colick

April 16, 2018

Those of us fortunate enough to have been a part of the UCLA theatre department back in the 70's will never forget Kay. She starred in three plays that I wrote and delivered the powerful performances she was known for. She made me a better writer, and I am forever indebted to her. She was a great friend, a grand talent and a true artist, truly one of a kind she will be greatly missed.

Lewis Colick
"October Sky" "Ladder 49", etc.

Cathey Osmon

April 15, 2018

I went to high school with Linda Kay and we were all blessed to have a small class so that we were all friends. Prayers for peace and comfort for her family!

Kathe Bernstein

April 15, 2018

Growing up, I lived across the street from the Heberle family. I was a year older than Suzanne, the oldest sister. So Linda Kaye was always young to me. Of course, I remember Paul as a toddler. I just cannot grasp that Linda Kaye is gone. I did not stay in touch but, of course, followed her acting career from time to time. I'll always remember the sweet, creative girl that I knew. Rest in peace in heaven with your parents. Kathe (Rawlins) Bernstein.

Jan Hunter Jenkins

April 12, 2018

I can’t think of Kay without thinking of Blue Birds and Camp Fire girls. We were lucky to have Kay’s mom as our group leader. I remember singing “day is done, gone the sun....” It’s hard to imagine Kay is no longer with us. She had a spirit that was fun and special. Thanks, Kay.

FROM THE FAMILY