Almond, Linda Gale
Birth: 1-18-1960
Death: 8-1-2022
Comments: Information from obituary
Burial: Caney Cemetery
Notes: Originally recorded in a survey on 8-3-2022 and updated on .
Obituary: Mrs. Linda Gale Almond, age 62 of Caney, Arkansas, passed away Monday August 1, 2022, at her home. Linda was born on January y 18, 1960, in Hope to Sam and Martha Wicker Parmer. She worked as a production lead for Brentwood industries and of Baptist Faith. Linda loved to spend time with the true love of her life Bill going to the drag racing events or simply riding their Harley enjoying life together. She is preceded in death by one sister Andria Parmer. Survivors include: husband Bill Almond, sons Michael Terrell, Billy Joe Terrell, parents Sam and Martha Wicker Parmer, daughter, Mitzy Petty (Casey) step-daughter, Misty Almond, Billie Faust,(Kalvin) brothers, James Parmer, Terry Parmer, Teddy Lee Parmer (Shelly) Chris Parmer (Pam) David Parmer, numerous grandchildren, nieces nephews and a host a friends. One special companion a girl’s best friend Sadie. Visitation will be 5:00pm to 7:00pm on Wednesday August 3, 2022, at BRAZZEL/Cornish 1196 Hwy 371 Prescott, Arkansas 71857 Family wishes to thank hospice nurse Whitney Turner and the two certified nurses assistants that provided care. Linda leaves behind a set of special extended family members her Brentwood co-workers that she adored and loved. Funeral services will be 10:00am on Thursday August 4, 2022 at BRAZZEL/Cornish with Bro. Neal Ridling officiating. Burial will follow in Caney Cemetery. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of BRAZZEL/Cornish The Funeral Home of Prescott.

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