LINDA A. BRANNOCK
1938 - 2015
BORN
1938
DIED
2015
Linda A. Brannock, 76, of Indep., MO passed away 05/20/2015. Linda was born 10/24/1938 in Indep., MO to Harry & Dulca Stockon. She grew up in Indep., MO & graduated from Northeast High School in 1956. She was preceded in death by her father & mother. Linda is survived by her husband of 57 years Robert of the home; one sister Katie Paxton, and brother Ben Stockton of Warsaw, MO; 3 children Karmen Sunshine, Terri Fordahl, & Ltc. Robert Brannock Jr. Ret., 9 grandchildren, & 1 great grandchild; & numerous other family and friends. Linda enjoyed quilting, reading, and life in general. She also wrote numerous books on quilting & designed fabric for United Notions & Fabrics. She is loved and will be greatly missed by her Husband and family members. Memorial service at a later date. Cremation Arr: Reflections (816) 561-0101


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I was looking at quilt books today to try to decide on a Christmas pattern & was thinking about Linda. I'm so sad she's past on & Cheri Payne too. Two great designers never to be replicated. My husband & I had the great opportunity to tour Linda's home & studio one year during Liberty Gathering! She offered chunks of pineapple her son had brought from Hawaii. Her home was beyond belief gorgeous! I'm thankful she accomplished so much in her short life & touched so many of us with her beautiful humanity!
Margot Diersen
November 9, 2019
I miss Linda so much. I visited her home and studio many years ago. I have her books and patterns and treasure them. I also have some of Bobs recipes. Warm hugs. Dona in Oregon...
Dona Wagner
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May 26, 2019
To Linda's family, I will miss her forever. She was so sweet to me. I even got to go to her house for iced tea and cake. I was with a small group of women and she took us into her studio. What a treat. I have all of her books and many patterns. Hugs Dona...she called me little butt.
July 25, 2017
Linda,
I want you to know I have all your books,
and I still look at the Print est boards, they are wonderful and such a nice reminder of who you where and what you like. I love the primitive American quilt look that you did so well. I will always remember you as one of the great American Folk artist of our time. Thank you for your contribution to the quilting world and your love of our country.
God Bless you and America.
Holly James
December 26, 2015
Linda was an inspirational quilter and designer, and a dear person. I am so sorry.
Patti Poe
June 8, 2015
PRAYERS AND CONCERN FOR FAMILY MEMBERS DURING THEIR TIME OF SORROW.
NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOC.
May 31, 2015
I'm so sorry for your loss. May you be granted "the peace of God that surpasses all understanding" during this difficult time. (Philippians 4:6,7)
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