OBITUARY

Linda Lynnea Barr

Passed away on October 28, 2021

Linda Lynnea Barr, of Meadowlakes, Texas passed away on Thursday, October 28, 2021.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.clements-wilcoxfuneralhome.com for the Barr family.

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Linda Lynnea Barr

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Catherine Bell

November 5, 2021

Linda and I were friends from elementary school. We shared many fun and crazy times together thru Jr. High, High School and afterwards.

I moved to Austin after graduation and she to San Marcos then later she moved in with me in Austin and the crazy times kept up with us thru Aqua Fest, Austin Rodeo a couple of coast trips and the Dallas night Club.

Our lives grew apart with work, families and life in general. When Linda and I would get together it was like we never were apart. She was a loving, caring soul. She loved Meagan dearly, every time we chatted, had lunch Meagan was a major part of our conversation. I saw Meagan and Linda in Real New Orleans a couple of weeks back and we were talking about having lunch again when her hip got better but God had other plans and needed her in heaven.

So Linda my friend fly high and ride into the open fields on all the horses you can ride. Meagan my heart hurts for you and know how much your sweet Mom was loved by many.

Catherine Frasier Bell

Barbie Sparger-Casey

November 4, 2021

Still in such shock over your passing...but I know your Mom & Dad are rejoicing in Heaven with you right now.
So many memories of you, and all have been playing in my mind since I heard the tragic news.
You were a beautiful little sister. So sweet, so welcoming, so good hearted.
I loved you so dearly.
You made a mean vodka collins...you & I were Sioux chefs for June....your Dad would kick us out of his shed when we were looking for something...primping for prom....me helping you get rid of a hangover...us swimming in the lake, gossiping about guys....the sweet Aunt you were to my kids.
Just all of these memories.
They will live forever in my heart.
My heart goes out to your daughter.
She will forever be in my prayers.
Fly high in eternal peace, Miss LLL.
You deserve the Angel wings.

Zona Rene Blaylock-Amidon

November 3, 2021

Linda, you were very special to my sister. I remember when I had a crush on your brother Larry. It was so silly. The best thing of all was how your Mom took Peggy and I in as family. Your mother sewed my wedding dress because my mama was sick with cancer. Linda and her family were so good to Peggy and I. I remember all the memories that my sister tells me. It was such a wonderful friendship for my sister. I love Linda! May you rest in peace! God bless you!

Robin Bible

November 3, 2021

I met Linda in high school when my parents moved to Kingsland.
We got to know each other being on the drill team. I have lots of fond memories of us hanging out and doing what high school kids do! Our camping trip with Peggy and Patti to The Bend at Lampasas was a blast! Even though we wanted to go to the coast with the rest of our senior class. Our parents had gotten together and decided we didn't need to be going to the beach.
We continued our adventures at Southwest Texas State University.
Linda was always such a fun calming sweet soul. I feel blessed to have been her friend.
May God comfort and bless Megan and all Linda's family and friends.

Robin Bible

Peggy Johnson

November 2, 2021

Will, Linda was what I considered my BEST FRIEND. We had so much fun growing up. Linda was always there for me, she had a hardship Drivers License, she would drive me all over the place. I remember her 1st day at school in Marble Falls, she look like a model, she was and still is beautiful. I also realized her heart was filled with just as much beauty. I haven't seen much of Linda through the years, but truly will miss her. My heart hurts for Megan and her family. Linda, I love you and you will always be MY BEST FRIEND. Rest in peace, God has an angel.

Lee Ann Clark

November 2, 2021

Oh where do I start… early morning skiing with your dad hauling us all over the lake…your moms cooking…drill team… tent camper slumber parties….and I guess just both being military brats was a great connection! Linda you always had a smile and a hug for everyone. I will miss the opportunity to grow old and talk about everyone😊 Rest In Peace

Vicki Dorsett

November 2, 2021

I have known Linda since I was 11 years old. I would go and stay with her a lot. Her mom and dad used to tell me they wanted to adopt me. We would do gymnastics in the side yard of her house, go and dig in the side of the cove of her home and play with the lizards. I remember laying in bed with her and we would peel the paint off her headboard and just talk. She always had cats. I found out later that I am very allergic to cats, LOL. Her dad also raised rabbits and we would play with them. I am also allergic to rabbits, but did not know it at the time, but I would not have changed anything. I would always tell Linda when I get older, I’m going to marry Larry. Well I did marry a Larry 43 years ago, but not her Larry. Then the funny thing is, she married a David. My oldest brother’s name is David. So crazy. We had such a good time at their wedding. I lost contact with her after that and I had just got back in contact with her this past year. We kept saying we were going to get together, but every time we planned something, something came up. We were supposed to get together this week finally. My heart is just so broke. I have learned one thing and that is to stop and just get together with the ones you love because you never know when it will be the last time you do. My heart hurts for Megan, to know her mom is gone. I lost my mom one month before I turned 18 in a tragic accident, so I feel her pain. I have not met Megan, but hope I get the chance to and share some memories. I would love to hear about her years growing up with her mom. The kind of mom she was and will alway have been. I just loved Lina like a sister and I will always think of her in this way. To think I lost her for all these years and finally got her and now she is gone forever, but will never be forgotten.