Linda Dianne Sullivan
1946 - 2012
Linda Dianne Owen Sullivan of Fort Worth passed away Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2012. Funeral: 2 p.m. Saturday at Glenview Baptist Church, 4805 NE Loop 820, Fort Worth. Interment: Mount Olivet Cemetery. Visitation: 5 to 7 p.m. Friday at Lucas Funeral Home in Keller. She was a devoted mother and friend. She was a teacher for 32 years and an active member of Glenview Baptist Church for over 30 years. Linda was a joyful, fun-loving committed Christian whose life touched countless others through her charity, encouragement, and hand-written notes and cards. She was gifted in music, sign language and instruments. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Survivors: Son, Bob Lewis Sullivan Jr. and wife, Shannon, of Haslet; daughters, Angela Denise Sullivan Darling and husband, Daniel, of Round Lake, Ill., and Amy Louise Sullivan of Roanoke; grandchildren, Blake "Shelby" Sullivan, Kylee and J.T. Sullivan, Grace, Daniel, Emma and Lily Darling; and brother, David Owen and wife, Janet.
Published by Star-Telegram on Jan. 20, 2012.
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Linda will always be fondly remembered as a special person who cared and loved others greater than herself. Thank you for being a teacher and friend to som many.
Jay Thompson
January 31, 2012
I loved Mrs. Sullivan! I'm glad I got the chance to see her again a couple of years ago. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.
Craig Lancaster
January 24, 2012
We taught Linda's son, Bo in a mission organization at Glenview. We will always remember how Linda encouraged us when we were down. She would not tell us what a good job we were doing but rather what a difference we were making in her son. To a volunteer in a church program, those were words of gold!!! How wonderful it was to see Bo some 20 years later and see what a wonderful man he has become!!
Johnny & Dianne Robinson
January 23, 2012
Words cannot express the sadness I feel in hearing this news today. Mrs. Sullivan was a teacher that didn't just teach you things in books, she taught you about life and what type of person you should be. I was in the same grade as her son Bo and had her for homeroom back in 1984. I was a bit of a handfull as a kid and she always kept me in line with a firm voice but with a smile on her face. She is one of the few teachers I kept in touch with over the years as she frequented my place of business for work on her car. I always took care of her how she took care of me and always felt indebted to her for all that she taught me. She was an excellent teacher and friend. I will miss her very much and I want Bo and the rest of the family to know that I, amongst others consider her a treasure and a better person for having known her. Thank you Mrs. Sullivan. You continue to guide my life with the wisdom of your words and example you gave us to follow. Til we meet again.
Curtis Keller
January 21, 2012
My life has always been connected to Linda Sullivan and her kids. There are so many memories and especially all the ones where my sister and I grew up with her kids at Glenview Baptist Church. We always remained connected thanks to my friend's family. I had the privilege of having her for a certain subject (can't recall what it was) in 4th grade at Smithfield Elementary. My sister was also lucky enough to have her for 4th grade. I always seemed to keep in touch with her and we would exchange lots of family stories. She always had a smile on her face and I always enjoyed seeing her. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends as they face this difficult time. I'm happy to know she is no longer suffering!!!
Emily (Campbell) Sanders
January 20, 2012
Always a sad time with the loss of one that you taught. Well remembered in 64 class at HHS.
Jim Hardin
January 20, 2012
Such a sweet, loving, kind and gentle person. Linda will always be remembered in the hearts of many.
Jean McCleery
January 20, 2012
I remember Linda well and liked her a lot. I took her to the Valentine's dance as President of the Literary Club. She was a member and our club Sweetheart. We had fun. I remember her from Haltom Road Baptist Church also. She was great and will always remember her.
Hugh Southall
January 20, 2012
I have known Linda for quite sometime! Her and my nanny used to have such a time together on trips and in the triple lll class. she also was in the ukelehe band at glenview which my nanny also participated in and Linda was a friend to my mother also. I know linda and Wanda and Jessica are all having a reunion in heaven as we speak right now!!!! Linda you will be truly missed and to the family our thoughts and prayers are with you in this time!!! Amy she is in wonderful hands now and just know that her and wanda are rejoicing together now in heaven!!!!!!!!
Elizabeth Craver
January 20, 2012
The memories of Linda recall a soft sweetness of a friendly, talented, fun-loving and well loved person throughout our school years together. May each of you be comforted by her gentle spirit in the days ahead.
Judith Williams
January 20, 2012
Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you.
Richard & Mitzi Lockett
January 20, 2012
Linda was a very sweet and intelligent girl all through school. I know she leaves a wonderful legacy through her family and cherished memories in her friendships.
Connie Gaither Owensby
January 20, 2012
First off, I loved your mom! She was a wonderful friend and we always had fun when we got to visit. I am so glad that when I get to heaven, I will see her again! I wish that I could have been in Ukelele band and choir with her. We have so much fun! When I saw her last thursday, we sang with the Gaither's there in her room, What a great time! I will always remember it!
Please know that I am praying for you all and will be there if you need anything. I love you all!
January 20, 2012
You were an amazing gift from God. I charish my memories and pray I can shine half as bright as you. You were a joy to be with and will be greatly missed. Thank you for your love and devotion to Jesus Christ!! You left behind a great legacy and I'm proud to be your daughter. I will always hold you in my heart and I look forward to my homecoming to rejoice with you once again.
Amy Sullivan
January 20, 2012
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