OBITUARY

Linda Elaine Childers

August 29, 1944March 22, 2021
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Sadly on March 22, 2021 Linda Elaine Andrews Childers left her dance floor on earth with family by her side, to her dance floor in the sky. Linda's favorite thing was listening to music and dancing around the room. She also enjoyed fishing, gardening, feeding and watching her hummingbirds, wild birds and squirrels. Linda also loved and was truly gifted at writing poems. Linda was preceded in death by her late husband Robert (Bob) Childers, her late parents Rufus Sr. And Nannie Leora Andrews, four brothers, Rufus Jr, Alix (bud), Gaylon, and Arvil Andrews. Linda is survived by her long time companion/true soul mate and dance partner Michael Rardin, daughters and spouses, Teresa and Michael Olier of Kaufman, Tx, Cindy and Buddy Baker of Mercedes, TX, and Mary and Kevin Zabroski of Copperas Cove , TX. Her beloved grandchildren, Marty Jr., Logan, Paden, Landon, Brittany, Kaitlyn, Tyler, Bethany, Matthew, Kristen, and Amanda. Numerous great grandchildren, her brother Robert Andrews, and so many more who dearly loved her. Linda was an great mother, wonderful grandma/gran-gran, and amazing grannie/ gran-gran, a faithful and loving wife, best friend, companion and dance partner. She will be dearly missed and forever remembered.

There will be Visitation for family and friends will be held on April 9th from 4pm to 8pm at Crawford-Bowers in Killeen, Texas. Graveside service will be held April 10th @ 1030 am at Live Oak Cemetery in Youngsport, Tx.

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, April 9, 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Saturday, April 10, 2021

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Lana & Daryl Foss

April 9, 2021

Linda was always ready for dancing and greeting all the other dancers. Most of the regulars were acquainted with Linda's friendly greetings and genuine caring spirit. Even when not as healthy as she preferred, she tried to dance and enjoy the moment but she knew when it was time to head home.

She loved to pick pecans from her yard and share with her friends. We will miss her spirit for life.

Our sympathies to Mike and her family. She loved and spoke of you often. Even when she griped a little, she loved you unconditionally for loving her so much that her heart was full of joy.

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