Linda Kay Baxley
April 27, 1947 – July 24, 2020
Linda Kay Baxley, 73 of Victoria passed away on Friday, July 24, 2020. She was born April 27, 1947 in Manila, AR to Alford Earl and Pheba Holt Roberts. Linda is survived by her husband, Bobby D. Baxley; daughter, Misty Kay Ross and husband, Brian of Victoria; sons, Shannon Don Baxley of Cibolo, Brannon Don Baxley of Victoria; sister, Sarah Ann Moorman of Scobey, MS and two grandchildren. In addition to her parents, Linda Kay is preceded in death by a brother, Edgar Eugene Roberts. A private family service will be held. Words of comfort may be shared with the family at www.rosewoodfuneralchapel.com.
- Bobby D. Baxley, Husband
- Misty Kay Ross and husband, Brian, Daughter
- Shannon Don Baxley, Son
- Brannon Don Baxley, Son
- Sarah Ann Moorman, Sister
- Two Loving, Grandchildren
- Alford Earl Roberts, Father (deceased)
- Pheba Holt Roberts, Mother (deceased)
- Edgar Eugene Robert, Brother (deceased)
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Linda Kay Baxley
July 26, 2020
We use to have so much fun together. She was a super cook ! And great gardener I was lost for so long when you moved to Victoria. God Bless You all and help you threw this ruff time we will always have our memories! Love you all!! Robbie lives in Katy and he found this and sent to us. Your in our prayers!!!! Love to you all, Bob and Mary Pena. Still in Nolanville
Bonimarie Price- Gettings
July 25, 2020
Oh sweet Mrs. Linda Kay this woman was a sweetheart. She was always smiling and making people laugh. She would always welcome me with a big smile and hug. Anytime I’d see her she’d say “I know you sweetie your my babies friend ”. She loved her family so much and her daughter Misty was her pride and joy. I remember talking with her after her wedding and several times after that. She would bubble over with joy talking about” My baby she’s so beautiful she looked like a doll on her wedding day.” This woman had some stories of her kids growing up but she always had silly ones to tell of her baby. She was a true gem and will be missed by all. We are blessed to have a guardian angel like her watching down over us. Fly high in heaven Momma Linda tell my daddy hi for me.