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Linda L. Armitage


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inda Lou Armitage was born on February 17, 1941 to Joe and Mildred (Wilson) Rasure in Sulphur Springs, Texas. She passed away on May 24, 2018 surrounded by her loving family.

Family

Linda was preceded in death by her parents and her youngest daughter Lana Rebecca Armitage. Linda is survived her husband Rommel Gerald “Jerry” Armitage, Sr. to whom she was married to for 56 wonderful years. Additionally she is survived by her daughter Jami Lyn (Marc) Bailey; sons Rommel Gerald “Jerry” (Kim) Armitage, Jr., David Joseph (LaDusta) Armitage; grandchildren Mitchel (Sarah) Rhea, Jacob Armitage, Kyla Armitage and great-grandchildren Mason and Hudson.

Life

Linda love anyone she came in contact with.That is why she had numerous love adopted children and grandchildren. She was loving, caring, sometimes very outspoken in what she believed in. Her love for her husband and children was unconditional. Heaven gained an exceptional angel on May 24, 2018 at 3:00 pm.

Services

The family will be having a private ceremony at Dallas Ft Worth National Cemetery in Dallas, Texas.

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  • Jami Bailey says:

    Love and miss my mom. She will missed but never forgotten.

  • Joyce Rasure Rogers says:

    Linda was not only my sweet sister she was my best friend.Her passing has left s big hole in my heart, but we will see each other again. Live you LindaLou.

  • Joyce Rasure Rogers says:

    Linda was not only my sweet sister she was my best friend.Her passing has left a

    big hole in my heart, but we will see each other again.Love
    you Linda Lou.

  • Kim Armitage says:

    I first met Linda thirty-one years ago when I started dating her oldest son. From the first meeting, she has been nothing but kind to me. She was a true example of unconditional love. She would sit and talk about anything and just enjoyed being with the ones she loved. I never met anyone who loved Bingo as much as this lady but she had a lot of fun with her “sisters” through the years. She has been a wonderful mom to me and even more so a wonderful grandmother to my kids and their friends. We miss her so much and will always have her memory as a reminder of what kind and unconditional love looks like.
    Love you Mom

  • Kyla Armitage says:

    Grandma was the sweetest, kindest, most loving woman I have ever met. Anyone she met once became part of her family. She could sit and talk to anyone for hours on end about absolutely everything, and you wanted to do nothing but sit and listen. She was such a wonderful person to be around. I will always love and miss her, she was the most amazing grandmother and friend anyone could have.