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Rosewood Funeral Chapel

3304 Mockingbird Ln, Victoria, TX

OBITUARY

Linda E. Jaynes

October 13, 1942September 27, 2019
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Linda Everett Jaynes, 76, of Victoria passed away Friday, September 27, 2019. She was born October 13, 1942 in Orlando Florida to the late Adam Everett and Evelyn Everett while he was stationed there. As a child, she grew up in San Diego Texas, then spent most of her life in Victoria. Linda was a Life Insurance Agent for many years. Linda loved to read and crochet and sew and spending time with her family. Survivors include her 4 children, Susan Holbert and her husband Scott of Silsbee; Sherry Keeble and her husband Ken of New Braunfels; John Jaynes of New Braunfels and Jennifer Baker of College Station; 4 sisters, Victoria Seward and her husband William of Katy; Carolyn Hampton of Ohio; Jane Bagnall and her husband George of Victoria; Pam Anderson and her husband Dr. Nevin Anderson of Victoria; 8 Grandchildren; Eric Jaramillo, Michael Jaramillo, Alicia Jaramillo, Ken Keeble IV, Nathan Keeble, Brittney Jaynes, Erica Locklear, and Andrew Baker; 7 great-grandchildren; Adam Jaramillo, Isa Jaramillo, Lilly Jaramillo, Katie Jaynes, Xenia Locklear, Leo Locklear and Anniston Baker. Linda was preceded in death by Darrell L. Jaynes, Husband, Adam and Evelyn Everett, Parents and her brother Daniel Everett. The family will receive friends Wednesday, October 2, 2019, from Noon – 1:30pm at Rosewood Funeral Chapels. Funeral services will follow at 1:30pm. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in Linda’s name to Alzheimer’s Association. Words of comfort may be shared with the family at www.rosewoodfuneralchapel.com

  • FAMILY

  • Adam Everett, Father (deceased)
  • Evelyn Everett, Mother (deceased)
  • Darrell Jaynes, Husband (deceased)
  • Susan and Scott Holbert, Daughter and spouse
  • Sherry and Ken Keeble, Daughter and spouse
  • Jennifer Baker, Daughter
  • John Jaynes, Son
  • Victoria and William Seward, Sister and spouse
  • Carolyn Hampton, Sister
  • Jane Bagnall, Sister
  • Pamela and Dr. Nevin Anderson, Sister and spouse
  • Daniel Everett, Brother (deceased)
  • Eric Jaramillo, Grandchild
  • Michael Jaramillo, Grandchild
  • Alicia Jaramillo, Grandchild
  • Ken Keeble IV, Grandchild
  • Nathan Keeble, Grandchild
  • Brittney Jaynes, Grandchild
  • erica Locklear, Grandchild
  • Andrew Baker, Grandchild
  • Adam Jaramillo, Great-grandchild
  • Isa Jaramillo, Great-grandchild
  • Lilly Jaramillo, Great-grandchild
  • Katie Jaynes, Great-grandchild
  • Xenia Locklear, Great-grandchild
  • Leo Locklear, Great-grandchild
  • Anniston Baker, Great-grandchild
  • Linda also leaves behind 8 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren to cherish her memory.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, October 2, 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Memories

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Harold Thomas

October 4, 2019

I have known the Everett family for about 25 years now. I've spent many a happy time with all of them including Linda. Linda was a great cook and about the only person, I knew that could keep her brother Dan in line. LOL she will be sorely missed but never forgotten. I'm sure she's in heaven now getting Dan straight.

Karen Klump

October 2, 2019

I remember Linda from Allison’s wedding. It was a lovely affair. My heart goes out to the entire family. My prayers are with you. 🙏

Alison Lamp

October 2, 2019

I loved visiting with aunt Linda she always made me laugh, she had the wittiest sense of humor. She always opened her home up to us my whole life growing up. She was so easy to talk to . I could talk to her about pretty much anything..She definitely had some fire in her soul too.
When I was growing up I was so amazed by the things she made. She use to send me clothes for my.barbies or dolls that were crocheted and they were so beautiful , I couldn't wait to get them i absolutely loved them, and was just amazed by it. She sent blankets and hats for my boys too.. She loved everyone around her. There wasn't anyone that if they didnt need her she wasnt there for them. That is the kind of woman she was.
She came all the way to Ohio for my wedding in 2016 and we got to get our hair done together, she smiled so much that night she had a really good time and I was so glad and thankful she was there.
She was always doing for people that is what she did, and always smiled and always had something very loving or very clever to say.
I will miss you Aunt Linda i am having a hard time.with Idea this is even happened . I wish I would have gotten to see you one more time at least. And Im so sorry to the rest of the family for thier loss because I know its too big to for them to wrap thier head around and I know it will be a huge whole in the family,her role as mother , sister , grandmother, aunt, great grandmother great aunt ,friend and on and on thier was bigger than life itself. I LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU AUNT LINDA I WISH I WOULD HAVE SEEN YOU AGAIN

connie jarrett

September 30, 2019

We are so sorry for your loss, may God carry you through this most difficult time. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
With deepest sympathy, Connie & Sam Jarrett

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Biography

Linda Everett Jaynes, 76, of Victoria passed away Friday, September 27, 2019. She was born October 13, 1942 in Orlando Florida to the late Adam Everett and Evelyn Everett while he was stationed there. As a child, she grew up in San Diego Texas, then spent most of her life in Victoria. Linda was a Life Insurance Agent for many years. Linda loved to read and crochet and sew and spending time with her family.
Survivors include her 4 children, Susan Holbert and her husband Scott of Silsbee; Sherry Keeble and her husband Ken of New Braunfels; John Jaynes of New Braunfels and Jennifer Baker of College Station; 4 sisters, Victoria Seward and her husband William of Katy; Carolyn Hampton of Ohio; Jane Bagnall and her husband George of Victoria; Pam Anderson and her husband Dr. Nevin Anderson of Victoria; 8 Grandchildren; Eric Jaramillo, Michael Jaramillo, Alicia Jaramillo, Ken Keeble IV, Nathan Keeble, Brittney Jaynes, Erica Locklear, and Andrew Baker; 7 great-grandchildren; Adam Jaramillo, Isa Jaramillo, Lilly Jaramillo, Katie Jaynes, Xenia Locklear, Leo Locklear and Anniston Baker.
Linda was preceded in death by Darrell L. Jaynes, Husband, Adam and Evelyn Everett, Parents and her brother Daniel Everett.
The family will receive friends Wednesday, October 2, 2019, from Noon – 1:30pm at Rosewood Funeral Chapels. Funeral services will follow at 1:30pm.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in Linda’s name to Alzheimer’s Association.
Words of comfort may be shared with the family at www.rosewoodfuneralchapel.com