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Anderson - Clayton Bros. Funeral Home

305 N Jackson St, Kaufman, TX

OBITUARY

Linda Jane Braddy

November 12, 1949May 22, 2020
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Linda Jane Braddy, age 70, passed away on Friday May 22, 2020. Linda was born November 12, 1949 in Alba, Texas to William John Thomas and Ruby Fay (Thorn) Walker.

Linda was born and raised in Alba, Texas and grew up a simple country girl. In her youth she was a hairdresser and worked at the local beauty shop and from her house. Linda married Jeffery Braddy on July 6, 1966 where they settled in Kaufman, Texas. Linda worked at CHF Industries for 21 years. Linda loved to cook and had a passion for growing plants. She also loved to listen to country music.

Linda is preceded in death by her parents, beloved husband Jeffery Jodean Braddy, her grandparents William and Edna Mae Walker and her eleven siblings; Dorothy Yates, Betty McGuire, Bobbie Williams, Rita Mercer, Tomalee Walker, William Walker, Calvin Walker, Dean Walker, Larry Walker, David Walker and Danny Walker.

Those left with cherished memories are her four children Margaret Braddy Barr and husband Kenneth Barr Jeffery Braddy and wife Jamie Braddy, Rickey Braddy and wife Lisa Braddy and Clifton Braddy, nephew Robert Russell, five grandchildren Andrea Braddy, Rickey Braddy, Candace Braddy, Cristina Braddy, Breanna Braddy, two great grandchildren Ellie Golden and Weston Bond along with a host of other beloved family and friends who will miss her dearly.

A memorial service for Linda will be held Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at 2:00 at Anderson Clayton FH - Kaufman located at 305 N Jackson St, Kaufman, Texas 75142.

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  • Memorial Service

    Wednesday, May 27, 2020

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Suzanne Wallace

May 25, 2020

Hearing about Linda's passing away is truly heartbreaking news.
Her grandkids Andrea and Rickey Jr are also mine,
and I know they are hurting . Please stay strong kids, love y'all.
It saddens me also for Rick sr. and Margaret and their brothers
So sorry for the pain of losing your sweet mom and wishing y'all
comfort and hope that only God's word the Bible can give.
Revelation 21: 4.
All my affections,
Suzanne Witten Wallace

Phyllis Sumrall

May 24, 2020

Some how I lost the memory I had written before May have been I tried to put my picture up here but it didn’t work. . Anyway.I have known Linda for 6 yrs and I feel we have been good friends for a life time. That’s the kind of friend Linda was. I learn to love her right away. She was the sweetest person and very giving . She was always bringing me food. I tell I just ate sweety , she d say take it any way sometime I would. . But later on Jan McPherson met linda and we all three would go out to eat and have the nicest time talking and laughing . At times Margaret would takes all out and we had the best time. I got to where I would check on Linda later on knowing when her health wasn’t as great as it was. I had her my phone no to call if she needed help and at times she’d call. Jan and visited her in the nursing home we never knew last time we spent time with her they’d locked down where no one could get it. To my regret was the last time I hugged and gave her a kiss on her cheek. I will never ever forget you alls mother she was truly the best friend a person could have but Jan and I will continue to be friends with precious Margaret and go eat. God bless each of your family ! Amen bwill continue too pray for each
Of you. And it been my pleasure to know your family. God Bless !!



Lisa Taylor

May 24, 2020

I remember all of us as kids playing an aunt Linda always being the sweetest kindest most love n person always smiling telling us everything was going to be ok .she will be greatly missed an I know my mom Vickie her sister would have lovedto of been able to have held her hand an told her how much she loved her.

Janet McPherson

May 24, 2020

Linda was a sweetheart inside n out. I loved being her friend. We went out to eat, enjoyed a cup of coffee n sometimes went for a walk. Sometimes we just sat and talked. She loved the flower bed at her apt and took very good care of it. Everybody loved Linda. When visiting her at the home we pretty much made a day of it. We never realized that last day would really be our last. I will miss her! To her children, prayers for the days ahead.

Jennifer Middour Schasteen

May 24, 2020

Linda was such a wonderful woman. My thoughts and prayers go out to Jeffrey, Margaret, Ricky, Clifton and the rest of the family. May God bless you all!

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Biography

Linda Jane Braddy, age 70, passed away on Friday May 22, 2020.
Linda was born November 12, 1949 in Alba, Texas to William John Thomas and Ruby Fay (Thorn) Walker.

Linda was born and raised in Alba, Texas and grew up a simple country girl. In her youth she was a hairdresser and worked at the local beauty shop and from her house. Linda married Jeffery Braddy on July 6, 1966 where they settled in Kaufman, Texas. Linda worked at CHF Industries for 21 years. Linda loved to cook and had a passion for growing plants. She also loved to listen to country music.

Linda is preceded in death by her parents, beloved husband Jeffery Jodean Braddy, her grandparents William and Edna Mae Walker and her eleven siblings; Dorothy Yates, Betty McGuire, Bobbie Williams, Rita Mercer, Tomalee Walker, William Walker, Calvin Walker, Dean Walker, Larry Walker, David Walker and Danny Walker.

Those left with cherished memories are her four children Margaret Braddy Barr and husband Kenneth Barr
Jeffery Braddy and wife Jamie Braddy, Rickey Braddy and wife Lisa Braddy and Clifton Braddy, nephew Robert Russell, five grandchildren Andrea Braddy, Rickey Braddy, Candace Braddy, Cristina Braddy, Breanna Braddy, two great grandchildren Ellie Golden and Weston Bond along with a host of other beloved family and friends who will miss her dearly.

A memorial service for Linda will be held Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at 2:00 at Anderson Clayton FH - Kaufman located at 305 N Jackson St, Kaufman, Texas 75142.