Linda Louise (Allen) Waller

Linda Louise (Allen) Waller

Linda Louise Waller, 78, of Brownsville, TX passed unexpectedly on April 26, 2017 at Solara Hospital with family at her side. She was born March 20, 1939 in Fernandina Beach, Florida to the late Augustus Brown Allen and Claire Hazel Allen. She had two brothers that preceded her in death Donald Vernon Allen and Robert Augustus Allen.
Linda was married to the late Jack Waller Sr. Together the traveled and visited many places during their 45 years of marriage. They helped to raise 3 of their grandsons who were very special to them. She was an avid reader of books, the newspaper and enjoyed doing crossword puzzles. She loved her pet Chihuahua “Izzy” who passed in 2016.
Surviving her is her daughter, Shirley Kathleen Longley of Mustang, Oklahoma, sisters Helen Burch of Yulee, Florida and Kathleen Jennings of Brownsville, Texas. Her 5 grandchildren Matthew Jack (Monica) Leyendecker, Trey (Jessica) Leyendecker, Travis (Lilly) Dufrene, Ricky (Ali) Nichols and Kelly (Samuel) Salcedo, 13 great grandchildren and her dear friend who was like a daughter to her, Sandra Weaver Parra.
‘A thousand words won’t bring you back; we know because we’ve tried. Neither will a thousand tears; we know because we’ve cried. We will miss you dearly you will always have a special place in our hearts.
The family will like to thank Dr. Christopher E. Olson, Dr. Ahmad Karkoutly, Dr. Jamil Madi, South Texas Rehabilitation, The Rio at Fox Hollow, Solara Hospital and staff, ICU staff and a special thank you to Marco Perales in the ICU. As per her wishes there will be no services held. She will be cremated and her ashes will be spread over the blooming Bluebonnets in the hill country at a later date by her family.
In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Sunshine haven Inc. 7105 Lakeside Blvd, Olmito, Texas, 78575. Services are under the guidance of Sunset Memorial Funeral Home & Crematory

1 Comment

  • Desiree Sigler Posted May 6, 2017 10:24 am

    May “the hearer of prayer” continue to comfort your family during
    this most difficult time. Lean on those close to you for strength and
    encouragement to stay strong. Share your memories they will always warm your hearts and give joy to those that remember. We hope that the many cards,hug,
    kind words,and loving prayers sustains your family.

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