Linda Kuo-Yu Ho
Linda Kuo-Yu Ho, 77, passed away on July 19, 2021. Linda was born in Henan Province, China, on February 2, 1944. She was the youngest of 8 children born to General Fan-Chi Lee and Sue-Chin Chen. Her family fled to Taiwan during the Chinese communist takeover. As a young woman, she earned a competitive degree in Economics at National Taiwan University. Upon graduation, she immigrated to the United States and lived with her sister's family in New Jersey, where she worked as a data processor. In 1969 she met her husband Richard Show-Chang Ho while visiting a sister in Tulsa, Oklahoma. There, both Richard and Linda became proud citizens of the United States of America. To keep her mind sharp, she took classes at Tulsa Junior College and worked as an Avon representative. She loved to paint and sing. After Richard's retirement, they followed their daughter's family to Waynesville, North Carolina and then Peachtree City, Georgia. Later in life, Linda resided at Somerby Memory Care Facility, where she was known for always having a smile and hug to give. She saw the best in people and had a generous spirit.
Linda is survived by her daughter, Jane (David) Traylor; her granddaughters, Amelia and Claire Traylor, all from Peachtree City, GA; her sisters, Grace Hsu of Laguna Woods, CA, Kuo-Ping (C.Y.) Chang of Tulsa, OK; her brother, Henry Lee (Shirley) of Laguna Woods, CA; as well as many nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to Alzheimer's Association
Mowell Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Peachtree City. www.mowells.com
Published by Tulsa World on Jul. 25, 2021.