OBITUARY

Linda Gail Dula

June 14, 1955January 29, 2019

Linda Gail Dula was born on June 14, 1955 and passed away on January 29, 2019.

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Linda Gail Dula

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Patricia Phillips

February 2, 2019

1st you are my sister and I love you and always will,2nd you left me here along!Yes I knew you were driving through here to catch glimpses of me. You came you saw and you went,but you will always be in my heart,we had good times bad times and no times and I forgave you for your faults,I pray you forgive me for mine too.You were beautiful,sweet,loving and also angry and mean,I don't believe you meant to be not really.Your heart is renewed now,you are with loved ones we lost and missed,I know you are dancing in the sky and laughing happy and healed.We missed you and we still do,but I know you are in a better place now.I love you Linda and always will,I wish things would have been better for us all.But we will meet again sister when it is our time until then rest you tired soul and be at peace baby.

Joseph Ongeri

February 2, 2019

Life ain’t the same since you left me so soon for you to go. I miss you and every moment that passes by that I think I will not be able to see you again in this life makes me so sad. I love you and will always love you, one day God will give us a chance to meet again. May your soul rest in eternal peace my love (Mrs. Mogusu)

Chasity Ward

February 1, 2019

A celebration of life will be held on Saturday February 2nd at 2pm. Bethlehem Park
369 Bethlehen Park Taylorsville, NC

Living eulogy. She danced. She sang. She took. She gave. She loved. She created. She dissented. She enlivened. She saw. She grew. She sweated. She changed. She learned. She laughed. She shed her skin. She bled on the pages of her days, she walked through walls, she lived with intention.
I love you Mom.

Heather ... aka ‘Helms’ Gantt

January 31, 2019

I couldn’t believe what I was hearing when I was jokingly texting funny text to Chas in the evening as I have been for years now because most of the time she’s one in a million that gets me... no quick response which she doesn’t always text quick as she is just as busy of a mom as I am. When she finally did, her response wasn’t an lol ‘Helms’ 🤣🤣 ‘really’ it was ... ‘mom died’. I didn’t have any words to say... I drew a blank. We been through this before with her dad, my dad, but now her mom, and my mom is officially a liver patient. I didn’t know her well personally but through the stories of her and Chas, phone blow outs between them, literally lol, I felt like I was part of the family, no kidding! They were just like my family! Normal in our own crazy way! I will never forget the morning she walked in with coffee at work and doughnuts for Chasity. Though they had their own family issues, as we all do.. in that moment the light in Linda’s face just brightened my day. Linda knew she was being a mom that day, a caring and loving mom and just wanted to surprise her daughter at work. I saw it, I saw the look in her eyes when Chas asked her what she was doing 😂. I said “she brought DOUGHNUTS LETS EAT”😁🤣🤣🤣🤣. In the mean time tough Linda, “well I needed to go to the DMV anyway and figured you could use these this morning” 🙄🤣 Chas and I have shared a lot... lunch talks with both of our late dads at the same time every day, her dad died first and not soon after mine passed. I never noticed Linda had the same name as my mamaw ‘linda’ who passed a year exactly before my daddy. God has a weird way of bringing people together that’s for sure. R.I.P. Linda you were Loved more than you know and will be missed more than you know, why because you brought your children into this world and they knew you were their mother. ❤️

Baranda Farris

January 30, 2019

In the short time I knew Linda Gail we shared wonderful conversations. She had the best, fun loving personality and was genuinely a kind hearted, beautiful soul. We talked about our birthdays being on the same day and she told me fun stories of some of her adventures with Aunt Donna and Uncle Bill. She always made me laugh. Truly one of a kind. Until we meet again....rest easy my friend.