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Linda Lee Brewer

72, soared to Heaven on June 29th.   Linda was a daughter, sister and beloved friend to many. Her passions included singing, traveling, working, caring for parents’, plants, fashion, decorating and doting on her 18year old kitty, Sweet Pea.
Linda enriched and touched thousands of lives with her God-given voice. She performed in ensembles, church choir, praise team, dinner theaters, pageants, weddings and funerals.  She sang with orchestras and competed in the Miss Tennessee pageant (she won best vocal scholarship).  She sang solos and was an active choir member of Indian Rocks Baptist Church for over 30 years. Her outstanding voice blessed and enriched lives across the globe, including Israel, U.K., and Mexico.  She always remained humble and kind.
Her dedication to her parents well-being, especially in their later years, was inspiring, heart-warming, and consistent.  Linda was independent and brilliant.  Her knowledge of medicine, horticulture, care giving, music, nature and animals was impressive.  In her short battle with esophageal cancer the medical professionals were always impressed with her knowledge.
Linda grew up in Columbus, OH.  The last 30 years, she resided in Seminole, FL.  She attended Upper Arlington H.S in Columbus, OH, and graduated from Belmont University, Nashville, TN. She is preceded in death by father, Ralph Porter Brewer and is survived by 97-year old mother, Peggy Stacker Brewer; sister, Judy Wiseman; brothers Ralph Wayne Brewer (Tani); and William Randoph Brewer (friend Charel).  She was adored by many cousins, nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews.
Linda was a woman of strong faith and a follower of Christ. Her Celebration of Life will be held Sunday, July 5, 3pm, Indian Rocks Baptist Church. Celebration service can also be live-streamed at:   In lieu of flowers please make a donation to your local pet rescue.

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  • Janette Amos says:

    I have known Linda her entire life and have always been so touched by her beauty…both inside and out. She used her incredible voice for good and blessed many in that way. I am thankful that we are cousins and that I personally have been blessed by knowing her and her family.

  • Myra stewart says:

    I met LINDA several years through her sister JUDY. She was a very nice person and I’m sorry for the family’s loss. Many prayers.

  • Debbie Shoulders says:

    Prayers for the family she will truly missed

  • Sharon Fuller says:

    Linda was always so cheerful and friendly. Always stopped by library when visiting with her mom and day. She will truly be missed by many. Prayers for all the family.

  • Benny Proffitt says:

    Linda was an amazing person full of love for people and music. She filled up the room she was in with laughter and my memories of her hold a sweet place in my heart.

  • Eddie and Gwen Hartwell says:

    We are saddened in the passing of Linda, we love her 💙
    A donation has been made in her memory to
    Meow Now!
    Her family is in our prayers
    Eddie and Gwen Hartwell

  • Lois Williams says:

    Linda was such a lovely woman. All who met her were impressed with her sweet ways. She loved Jesus and is now singing for Jesus! She is very happy!

  • Jeannine Schaub says:

    Linda was a beautiful Godly lady! I loved signing with her on the Indian Rocks Worship Team. I am so happy for her, that she is with Jesus, praise God! For us, we will miss her greatly.

  • Kathy & Don LaCombe says:

    We met Linda in our connection group at IROC. She was always so joyful, happy, loving and kind! She loved everyone, especially her family and kitty. She will truly be missed! God is rejoicing with his beautiful daughter!
    Our Deepest Sympathy and lots of prayers for her family and friends.

  • Barbara Nagy says:

    I had the blessing of knowing Linda and singing with her at Indian Rocks Church choir for many years. Her voice was amazing and will be missed. I am sure she is singing to the Lord now and renewed from this awful disease called cancer
    I will miss you but I know we will meet again in Glory

  • Bea Burris says:

    Linda was an Awesome Lady and she will be missed by all of us

  • Mitchell Thomas says:

    I was Linda’s neighbor for the last 6 years, her kindness & thoughtfullness will always be remembered, R.I.P Linda,

  • Phil and Penny Lamb says:

    So hard to say what is in our hearts for the loss of Linda. I remember when she traveled to Israel on a mission trip and sang praises to our Lord with such love for her Savior that I will never forget. I know she has God’s promise to be with Him now and I praise the Lord for that knowledge. We will miss her so much.

  • Shirley Franklin-Simons says:

    I have known Linda since 1984 and she was a beautiful example of a Christian lady. I loved her singing. When my husband passed away in 2018, I immediately thought of Linda for the music. I am looking forward to being reunited with her in Heaven. May God give her family peace knowing she is with the Lord and we will be united some day. We

  • Pam Anderson says:

    I was in choir with Linda for many years. Her love and kindness always shone through everything she did. Christmas plays , special holiday performances, and Jamborees were always better with her in them. She will be missed tremendously but she isn’t lost to us. She just got to go before us to join a bigger choir. Praises to God for His saving Grace that will let us sing together again some fine morning. And God has made her whole again

  • Mike Adcock says:

    I’d only known Linda a short time before she contracted the awful disease. How I wish it could have been longer. I immediately sensed her love of the Lord, her compassion for others and the way she used her talents to bring a caring heart and support to others. Her inside and outside beauty shone all around and brought light to many who knew her. Rest well in the care of the Lord until we meet again Linda.

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  • Peggy and Clarece Whitley says:

    We are so very sorry to hear of Linda’s, passing.
    Her Mom, is a neighbor of ours and Linda use to sing at the Christmas Dinners for our association.
    Our Thoughts and Prayers are with the entire family at this time.
    I, have gotten to know Linda’s sister Judy, as she has been down here taking such Wonderful Care of her during all of this.
    This was very beautifully written.
    Peggy and Clarence Whitley

  • Christine Clifford says:

    I did not see Linda very often but when she would sing with the Country Band at church we would always have a nice chat. I always admired her and loved her voice. I know she was a woman of God because she let us see Jesus in her. She will be greatly missed.

  • Elaine Creasman says:

    Linda blessed me for years with her singing before I knew her. How often during a hard time in my life, a solo that she sang at church encouraged my heart. During recent months I got to know Linda in our connection group at church. Her smile, our sweet conversations, and her loving ways always cheered me. I will miss her. I pray for comfort and peace for her family.

  • Cathy Indermuehle says:

    Linda was a true woman of faith! Always genuine and kind. Her beautiful bright smile and love for the Lord was always an encouragement and blessing to not only me, but everyone that knew her. I am so grateful to God that we crossed paths on this earth and that one day she will welcome me into heaven (right along side of Jesus) just as she did the choir 20 years ago. You will be missed, my precious sister in Christ Jesus. Until we meet again beautiful lady (inside and out). ❤️❤️❤️

  • Tracy Quick says:

    I am at a loss of words to describe how much Linda has meant to me for the past several years, that I have known her.
    She and my counselor became very special people, that gave me a reason to look forward to my counseling appointments.
    They say that God sends special people into our lives to help and teach us, and she was a blessing to me!
    She was always so kind, compassionate, caring, very giving, and she had the most beautiful heart and was blessed with a gorgeous singing voice!
    I am going to miss her smiling face and cheerful greetings, each time I have my counseling appointments!
    I will never forget Linda and her kindness and compassion…she was amazing!

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