Linda Sue Regan
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Linda S. Regan, 62, of Trussville, Alabama passed away on November 17, 2020 surrounded by her loving husband and daughters. Linda was born on April 28, 1958 to Robert and Loretta Voller of Harlowton, Montana and was the eldest of three daughters. She grew up in Billings, Montana where she met and married her husband of 43 years, Charles (Chuck). She is survived by her husband Charles Regan of Trussville, AL, daughters Kelly (Daren) Bruncak of Denver, NC, Carmen Regan of Phoenix, AZ and Diane (Tariq) Al-Mutawa of Tucson, AZ, parents Robert and Loretta Voller of Billings, MT, sisters Sharon Voller and Laurie Degele of Billings, MT, granddaughters Grace, Caroline, Charlotte and Regan, her four rescue dogs, Gracie, Daisy, Paloma and Katie and many nieces and nephews. Linda cherished the time spent with her granddaughters who lovingly referred to her as Bedda. Linda had many interests and hobbies. Linda loved to hike and run when she was younger and would participate in many running events in Montana and surrounding states. She loved gardening, cooking, reading, crocheting and making sourdough bread. Linda was known for gifting her baked goods, crochet blankets and handmade Christmas stockings to neighbors, friends, and family. Linda was passionate about rescuing dogs and other critters. Any wasp, or spider that entered her home was lovingly escorted outside. She was also known to wrangle a snake or two. Linda was a thoughtful, generous and selfless person who chose to be an organ donor. Her family has peace knowing that she will live on through the lifesaving gifts that she has given to those in need. If you would like to honor her memory with a gift, in lieu of flowers, please make a donation to your local animal shelter or rescue.

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Published in The Birmingham News from Nov. 19 to Nov. 22, 2020.
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November 23, 2020
I didn't know Linda but I would have loved her - a rescuer of animals and all-around extraordinary woman! My deepest sympathies to her family.
Mary Fitzgerald
November 22, 2020
This is so sad to hear. We had so much fun growing up as cousins in Montana. She will always live on in my memories.
Rick Luther
November 22, 2020
Sorry to see this happen Chuck. Hope your doing alright. Our Prayers are with you.
Gary Crockett
November 22, 2020
She was such a sweet person. Sorry for your loss.
Barbara Oliver
November 22, 2020
We were a good group back in the day and she was a big part of it. She brought out the best for you Chuck. She´ll be missed.
Mike Cherne
November 22, 2020
Chuck and girls, so sorry to hear of Linda Sue´s passing. Big hugs coming your way. Thank you girls for helping us get back in touch after so many years-so many of my fun memories in my life have Linda in them. Love to you all! Traci
Traci Welch
November 21, 2020
She was a good gal. So sorry Chuck.
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