OBITUARY

Linda Faulkner

October 22, 1950November 18, 2021

Linda Irene Faulkner passed away Thursday November 18, 2021, at the age of 71.

Mrs. Faulkner was born on October 22, 1950 in Wichita Falls, Texas, to her mother, Barbara Short and father, Paul Coates. She graduated from the Wichita Falls High School and attended Midwestern State University. She was active in her community and was a member of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. She married Phillip Faulkner in August of 1978; they were together for 36 years until he passed away in 2014.

Linda was independent and determined. She did things her own way and she was never afraid of being true to herself. She had an incredible work ethic, having retired from the 82d Comptroller Squadron at Sheppard Air Force Base after 31 years of service. She loved our military service members and our country. She was a highly creative person who enjoyed sewing, arts and crafts and decorating. She was outspoken and direct, ensuring that everyone knew where they stood with her. She loved her family and friends fiercely, and she made a lasting impression on everyone who knew her. She was a loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend.

She is survived by her brother, Mark Short; her daughter, Lana Warren (m. Terry Warren); her sons, Lance Stone (m. Danna Stone) and Mack Faulkner; her granddaughters, Taylor Bradley and Kennedy Faulkner; her grandsons, Brendan Stone, Zachary Stone, Nicholas Stone and Ryder Faulkner; her great-granddaughter, Alayna Stone and her great-grandsons, Dextin McNeese, Michael Stone and Ty Stone.

Linda was preceded in death by her husband, mother and father.

A visitation will be held Sunday November 21, 2021, from 12:00 P.M. – 2:00 P.M. at Hampton Vaughan Crestview Funeral Home. The visitation is open to all family and friends who wish to attend.

Services

  • Visitation

    Sunday, November 21, 2021

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Jimmy Bradley

November 21, 2021

Linda was a big part of my life after my early 20s. We had a few problems but worked through them. I respected her immensely and i am sure she did me as well. I will miss our phone calls talking about life and our Taylor Jeanne. Rest In please Linda I will miss you.

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