Linda Joyce Gilbert

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My thoughts are with you all. I was very sad to hear about your mom. I was the second oldest cousin when we would all get together at Grandmother Wilson's house in Shreveport. Your mom and Uncle Bubba and Aunt Dorothy lived in Lake Charles or around Dallas and would come visit. When I think back on it I always picture your mom sitting in the middle of our living room ( we hadn't moved to OK yet) with her

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Posted by: A friend   Feb 09, 2019

Linda was really a nice Lady. In the short time that I knew her we had some good conversation. I can honestly say that she was really at peace. She knew what her future was and she came to term with it. She stayed strong for her mother and girls. Rest in peace Linda. Ms. Dorthy, Andrea, and Melissa stay strong and know that she is pain free and with her saviour


Posted by: Tammy Cox - Raleigh, NC   Jan 30, 2019



My deepest sympathies. May the God of all the entire family during this time of sorrow. Always remember that God keeps in his memory those whom we lose because they are precious in his eyes. (Psalms 116:15)


Posted by: Kristina - Miami, FL   Jan 29, 2019

My sincere condolences go to the family. Deuteronomy 32:7 tells us to Remember the days of old. May special memories of moments spent together bring you comfort as you cope with her loss and may you receive much love and support.


Posted by: A friend   Jan 28, 2019

My warmest condolences go out to the family and friends of Linda. May the God of all comfort grant you peace and strength during this difficult time (psalm 29:11)


Posted by: Simone - Sunrise, FL   Jan 27, 2019

My condolences to Linda's family. I was shocked to find out about her passing. I met Linda with her daughters Melissa and Andrea at Old Cutler Presbyterian Church and we had many fun dinners at her home. We kept in touch for a while after she went to NC. May God give you comfort and peace in these difficult times.


Posted by: Rosario Santiago - Miami, FL   Jan 27, 2019