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Linda Sullins Ballew

Franklin, Tennessee

Jan 9, 1950 – Aug 7, 2014

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Linda Sullins BallewFranklin, TNLinda was born January 9, 1950 in Nashville and was preceded in death by her mother, Frances Whitehead Sullins and father, Oval B. Sullins, Sr. and her brothers, Oval B. Sullins, Jr. and James P. Sullins. She is survived by her husband of 44 years, David L. Ballew;...

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There was no one that I enjoyed more as a child than Mrs. Ballew. I gradudated class of 2001 and was in her P.E class majority of my childhood years at FRA. She always smiled, laughed, and had fun at all accounts. Im thankful that I was able to share a private message of encouragement with her through FB a few months before she passed. She was a wonderful lady and I have many, many fond memories of her growing up.

To Dear Folks David, Brennan, and Justin,

Your wife and mom was just one of the dearest people at FRA ever, and we cherish the memories of all the time together during those years. We were in Texas when she lost what I know had to be a valiant fight. I can only guess how big the hole is she left in your lives, and our hearts go out to you in more ways than you can imagine. I'd love to put my arms around you and tell you the hole won't always be that big - but you know I cannot....

Linda,s love will always be remember in my heart ,. She taught me the 4 agreements so peaceful. Your love and spirit will always be with us. Peace and Love to David and Family.

Thinking of you all...may you find peace in God's love.

So very sorry for this wonderful family. Linda was a beautiful person that I have known for years. May her memory live on in the hearts of all of those that loved her. Donna Thrower

Brennan, Justin and David,

Memories of your mother and wife will be with me always. She was wonderful to work with and to know. No matter what I asked her to do, she always did it with a smile and she was asked to do a great deal because she was so talented.

She is a valued memory and I know she is having fun dancing in heaven. You were all so special to her and she beamed when asked about her children and grandchildren. Live her legacy and be happy, full of life...

Linda was a wonderful friend and ally to have through high school. I'm so sad to hear she's left us, Love to her family

Although I did not know Linda personally I am very priveleged and blessed to feel the superior infectious love that still and will forever radiate through those that did come in contact with her. My daughter Stephi was honored to participate in her care during her last months of earthly life and the things Stephi shares with me about the beautiful life of Linda makes me wish that I had met her. One of the greatest ways we can honor the life of this most wonderful lady is by keeping her...

My sympathy goes out to the family during your time of grief. May God's loving-kindness comfort you and help you through this difficult time.
(Psalm 119:50,76)