Linda Kay Darnell
February 17, 1940 - May 13, 2020
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Faye F Dixon
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Linda Kay Darnell was born February 17, 1940, and went to her heavenly home on May 13, 2020.  Linda Kay graduated from Farmerville High School in 1958 and Louisiana College in 1961.  Linda Kay was Louisiana College Homecoming Queen and May Queen, and later she was the first Miss Farmerville.  Mrs. Linda Kay retired from…

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Marianne Jones left a message on May 17, 2020:
Linda and I worked together at EA Conway Medical Library affiliated with LSU Medical Center Library in Shreveport. Our work experience together was something I will/and have, always remembered. My condolences to her family
Lynn Duncan left a message on May 16, 2020:
One of God’s kindest and most thoughtful creatures has entered heaven. Linda Kay was a very special person exhibiting beautiful characteristics and charm through her struggles. She always put the other person ahead of herself and made you feel good about yourself no matter her problems at the time. Oh to be such an example!!! God is so proud of her life and examples.
Lynn Duncan left a message on May 16, 2020:
One of God’s kindest and most thoughtful creatures has entered heaven. Linda Kay was a very special person exhibiting beautiful characteristics and charm through her struggles. She always put the other person ahead of herself and made you feel good about yourself no matter her problems at the time. Oh to be such an example!!! God is so proud of her life and examples.
Faye F Dixon left a message on May 15, 2020:
Linda's grandparents lived at Linville and Linda and I always would get together nearly every week-end. Loved her.
Judson Brady Waggoner left a message on May 15, 2020:
Blessings and Love!
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
SARAH BRAGG left a message on May 15, 2020:
MY HEART FELT CONDOLENCES TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. MAY GOD GIVE YOU STRENGTH EACH DAY AND WE ALL KNOW THAT GOD DOESN'T MAKE ANY MISTAKES. I LOVE YOU!
Tangy left a message on May 15, 2020:
In memory of Linda Kay Darnell, Tangy lit a candle
Sylvia Moya left a message on May 15, 2020:
Such A Very Sweet Women.. She Was Like The Only Resident Who Would Appreacite And Thanked Me For Everything I Did.. She Would Say I Need You, You Know... And I Would Also Say Oh Mrs. Darrell We Need Each Other.. Loved The Stories She Would Always Tell Me About.. Always So Sweet, Nice And Vey Polite...She Will Be Very Missed... May She Rest In Piece... My Condolence Goes Out To Her Daughter And Family...
Barbara Jones left a message on May 14, 2020:
In memory of Linda Kay Darnell, Barbara Jones lit a candle
Nivea Braggs left a message on May 14, 2020:
In memory of Linda Kay Darnell, Nivea Braggs lit a candle
Rex Patton left a message on May 14, 2020:
I'm so very sorry to learn of Linda Kay's death. I first got to know Linda Kay at First Baptist Church years ago when we were sponsoring a small church in South Louisiana. First Baptist sent a number of us, mostly late-teenagers with a few adults to help out with that church's outreach, and helped run the vacation Bible School, and participated in revival services there. Linda Kay was one of the adults on one of those trips. If there was ever someone who got the hits out of the curveballs of life, it was Linda Kay. From the miracle of her recovery from a hideous auto accident that impacted every aspect of her life to caring for her aging parents, Linda Kay never lost her zest for life, her statuesque good looks, and a dazzling smile that could melt an iceberg. Whatever issues she had, she always minimized them, and kept her focus on her faith and her family. Although she loved her widespread family, and her job at Conway, the brightest spot in her life was always her daughter, Donna Kay. I'm not at all certain that Donna Kay can ever fully know the pride and enthusiasm Linda Kay had for every aspect of her daughter's life. Just mentioning Donna Kay in conversation always brought out a stellar smile and obvious joy at the recognition of her daughter. I'm reminded of the old hymn, "Will There Be Any Stars in My Crown?". Linda Kay now's got a crown with real stars based on her triumphant life and her faith. Such a great lady is already missed--and my sympathies and prayers are with Donna Kay and the rest of her extended family.
Gloria Manning left a message on May 14, 2020:
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