Linda (Bryant, Enniss) Hughes
1945 - 2021
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Linda Ann Hughes

1945 - 2021/Love you everyday

Washington, UT—Linda Ann Hughes, lived her life full of love, kindness and laughter. She left her coat here as she traveled on March 14, 2021 to meet with family and friends that went before her. There are too many to name, but they will all be excited to embrace her, especially her big sisters (Barta, Jerry, RoRo, Kaye-Kaye) and brother (Bubba).

(Along with her high school sweetheart, Kit Enniss and the love of her life, Gary Bryant who she couldn't live without...or with...or without)

Linda (Mumzie, Nanya, & Auntie) is survived by her daughters: Jaimie Enniss and Hollie Enniss-Poe, son-in-law Brian Poe; grandkids Ben and Jax; and many nephews and nieces.

Linda was born in Sandy, Utah on November 14, 1945 to Lila Curtis and Arville Marriott Hughes. She graduated from the University of Utah with a degree in Psychology and worked as a therapist with the mentally ill. She was able to share her love of art and creative abilities with those she counseled at The Holden House in Midvale, Utah. Linda was a talented artist using many different mediums, watercolor being her favorite. Family and friends have enjoyed all of her art, from "Doodles" to her masterpieces.

Linda was and will always be devoted to her children and grandchildren. Her smile made us know that her love is endless. Her humor lightened our heaviest burdens. Her hugs carried us when we felt the weakest. We miss her everyday as she left us too soon, but she knew that we would never be ready for this day.

Although she wasn't religious, Linda was very spiritual, therefore A Celebration of Life is scheduled for Sunday, April 25 from 1:00-4:00 (open house) at Millennial Falls Event Center in Draper (12375 S 1300 E). Please share your condolences and love online at www.SerenityStG.com.


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Published in The Salt Lake Tribune from Mar. 19 to Apr. 25, 2021.
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June 9, 2021
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
April 27, 2021
She had an amazing, practical sense of humor! Her artistic abilities showed in the way she decorated her homes.
Candy Vila
Family
April 26, 2021
Linda amazed me with her many talents, gifts and willing spirit to explore. She got me when she played the banjo And the spoons. A treasure and joy, I will always smile when I think of her.
My love to you all,
Val and Kristen Phipps
Valeree Phipps
Friend
March 27, 2021
This is beautifully written..she was an amazing woman and even though she and Kit separated she will always be my niece...as you are Hollie and Jamie. Happy trails Linda much love to you all. aunt Erma.
Erma Carlisle
Family
March 27, 2021
My favorite memory of Linda is when Mike and I told her we were getting married and she said, “again?”. She was a good friend, a talented artist, and a lot of fun to be around.
Candy Vila
Friend
March 22, 2021
Linda was (still is) a talented and amazing lady! She shared love, laughter and kindness with everyone. We earthlings have a great loss to deal with. Those on the other side are celebrating with a joyous reunion.
My life was blessed having spent much time with her and I am extremely grateful for that time shared! My thoughts, and prayers are with Her beautiful family!
Much love,
Carol Lee
Carol Lee Coy
Family
March 20, 2021
A wonderful person and a very gifted and talented artist...May she truly rest in peace...
Everett G. Amador
March 20, 2021
Jamie! I’m am crying. I’m so sorry my friend. I loved her.

Love Michelle Korous (Crebs)
Michelle Korous
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