Christy Gail Lindauer

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Christy Gail Cowen Lindauer passed away Sunday, April 22, 2018. Family and friends will gather to celebrate her life of 60 years on Saturday, May 12, 2018, at 2 PM at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. 

Christy Gail was born October 17, 1957, in Cleburne, TX, to J. and Mary Shaw Cowen. She died at her home in Lubbock, on Sunday, April 22, 2018.

Christy married John R. Lindauer on June 30, 1979, at Field Street Baptist Church in Cleburne. They loved to travel together and went on many adventures from Vegas to Ruidoso.

She was a teller for PlainsCapital Bank in Lubbock for over 20 years. She loved her customers and they loved her.

Christy, or “Critty” as she was lovingly called by her friends, adored her family and cherished her friends – to her there was no distinction between the two. She was full of laughter, a natural cut-up bringing joy to everyone blessed to know her.

She is survived by her husband, John, of Lubbock; mother, Mary Shaw Cowen, of Cleburne; aunt, Patsy Cowan, of Cleburne; and dozens of cousins and dear friends that loved her as a sister.

Christy is preceded in death by her father, J. Cowen.


Memorial contributions are welcome, and the family suggests, Field Street Baptist Church, 201 North Field Street, Cleburne, Texas 76033,


4 thoughts on “Christy Gail Lindauer”

  1. Marilyn Hampton

    I only knew Christy as a teller at the bank, but every time I went to the bank, I always made a point of going to her when she was there. I just loved her infectious smile. I was shocked when I saw this obituary. May God bless her family and give them peace. She will be sorely missed.

  2. Christy was such a sweetheart!! Always with a smile to greet us at the bank. My Mom was 1 of her customers too.
    She is now with my Mom in heaven. She will dearly be missed when I go to the bank. My condolences to her family.

  3. Christy was a wonderful person and friend. She was the best teller in town and you never saw her at work without a big smile on her face. I always enjoyed seeing her when I went to the bank. She was also a great fan of my homemade peanut brittle. She will be sorely missed by family and friends. My sympathy to the family and loved ones. May God comfort you in your time of loss and sorrow. I pray HIS peace on the family.

  4. Christy was a wonderful person. When I came to the bank she was always friendly and had a big smile on her face. I always enjoyed seeing her when I went to the bank. She was a fan of my homemade peanut brittle and said that her mother and John waited eagerly for it at Christmas. I will really miss her but I know that God called His Angel home. My sympathy to her family and loved ones. May HIS Peace that passes all understanding be with John and her family.

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