Linda Sue Oneth

September 18, 1948July 5, 2018

Linda Sue Oneth, born September 18, 1948 in Tillamook Oregon. Survived by her Son Markas Daniel Oneth (Rickreall OR) and daughter Cindy Lee Wilson and her granddaughter Clara Nicole Wilson (Wetumpka AL) also her grandson Jeremiah Theodore Wilson and his wife, Brittny and great-grandsons, Zak and Isaiah (all from Anchorage AK).

She only lived here in Alabama for a short period of time but while she did she made many friends, mostly at Vaughn Forest church. She developed a close relationship with her Lord and Savior, and we rejoice in the fact that she has gone home. She will be greatly missed as a mother, as a friend, and as a sister in Christ we love you Linda, God bless and keep you.

A Visitation will be held on Wednesday, July 11, 2018, at Vaughn Forest Church from 10:00am-11:00am, with a Memorial Service to follow at 11:00am. In lieu of please make donations to Susan Komen Breast Cancer Foundation at

Poem by Linda Sue Oneth:

Good morning Lord

how are you today? Come on in and please stay.

Good morning Lord

I’m so glad You’re here,to be by my side ever so near.

Good morning Lord

thank You for this day,

to be by my side to show me the way.

Good morning Lord

please take my hand,

help me find my way to take Your stand.

Good morning Lord

I’m so happy You’re here,

with You by my side I have nothing to fear.

Good morning Lord

please help me stay right,

watch over and protect me and keep me through the night.


  • Visitation Wednesday, July 11, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Linda Sue Oneth

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Heather Watts

July 11, 2018

Your mom's smile was always contagious! What a joy to was have her apart of the VF family. I'm so sorry to hear about her recent passing. Praying for strength & comfort for you and your family, keep the faith and know that she's sitting at the feet of Jesus. I'm sorry I want be able to make it today, you all are in my prayers today.

Jimmie Nell Painter

July 10, 2018

Cindy, we have been out of town and just now found out about your Mom. I never met her at VF, but she sure raised a great daughter. I am so sorry for the suddness of her death and the sorrow you and all of her family are now feeling. It is such a blessing when we know that our loved ones are safely home with the Lord. Trusting His plan for each of our lives as we live by faith brings great comfort during these difficult times. I plan to be at her memorial service tomorrow to share in her "home going" with all those who knew and loved her. You are in my prayers. Jimmie Nell Painter

Teresa McEldowney

July 10, 2018

Cindy I am so very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the other family members and friends. I am so very thankful that I got to meet her. Wish we could have had more time together. She will be missed by those who knew and loved her.

Donna Graham

July 9, 2018

So shocked and saddened by your loss, Linda was a fun, sweet and kind spirit who always made me smile and laugh. The universe has her back and her memories will always be in our hearts.

Andre Bickerstaff

July 9, 2018

Cindy, I am so sorry for the loss of your mother. I only knew her from our time together at Church. She always greeted me with a smile and a word o encouragement. She always let me know that God loves us, regardless of the pain that we were in. Rest n Paradise my awesome Friend Linda. Praying for Healing, Strength, Comfort and Perserverance for you and the family, Cindy.

Chuck Latham

July 9, 2018

Going to miss you dear Sister Linda, but we know where you are and we know how to get there....through Christ. Markas and Cindy, you have someone to be proud awesome woman of God. There is no expiration date on honoring her with your life. Be encouraged and stay the course. Nothing would make mom prouder than to see you both continue to seek the Lord in all things. Keep standing on His promises. Love you both and praying great blessings and peace to you during this time of loss....but heaven's gain.

Kathy Ray

July 9, 2018

Cindy, we are so sorry to hear about your mom. Tom and I are out of town working but do want you to know that we are praying for you and your precious family. You are loved, Tom and Kathy Ray

James Lee

July 9, 2018

Linda and I went to the same small school in a remote part of Oregon, although I was a couple of years older . In fact, she and her family lived across the sidewalk from my family and she was a loved member of our little community. Even as children she demonstrated a level-headed personality that we all grew to admire...and she played wicked dodgeball out in the alley! Although we separated as we all graduated and dispersed, Linda and I were recently brought back together on social media and were able to revisit our shared childhood and I'm so happy I had that chance. I will always have fond memories of Linda every time I think about my childhood. What better testament can we have than to be remembered with a smile?

Tamekam Key

July 9, 2018

Cindy, I am so sorry to hear about your mom! However, meeting her at the church, I knew that she was a sweet and kind lady. I'm in shock, it's like I just saw her like a few months ago! I will be praying for the family!! Love you☹

Nancy Branum

July 9, 2018

Cindy and Marc, I am still in shock at the news of your Mom’s passing.
She messaged saying she was coming back to Oregon, so I called her on the 25th of last month and we talked for a long time.
She was so excited that she would be back in Oregon.
Linda always made me smile and was the true definition of “Friend”
Her family was her whole world and she was so proud of all of them.

Sweet Peace my dear friend Linda.