Linda Drexler

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Linda Drexler passed away December 27, 2018. A time of fellowship and remembrance is scheduled from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm on Sunday, December 30, 2018 at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. Family and friends will gather to celebrate her life of 76 years at 2:00 pm on Monday, December 31, 2018, at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. Family and friends are invited to share memories and expressions of sympathy, and view Linda Drexler’s life tribute and service at

Linda Drexler was born on December 3, 1942 to Roy and Edith (Swift) Hillin in Lubbock, TX. She worked as the office manager for Keith Potts State Farm Insurance Company for the past 23 years. Linda had a huge heart, a kind soul, a smile that would light up a room, and a sense of humor that had anyone in a room with her laugh and smile.  She loved her family and friends dearly, and our Lord Jesus Christ.  We are deeply saddened by her loss but know she is having a beautiful heavenly homecoming with her beloved sister, parents, family, and brothers and sisters in Christ.

Survivors include her two sons, Roy Drexler and Bret Drexler both of Lubbock; and grandchildren, Emily Drexler, Brittney (Stephen) Barthel, Cale Drexler, Sammy Drexler, Jonah Drexler, Josef Guerra, and Aaron Serros.

She was preceded in death by her parents, and a sister, Carollyn Routon.


7 thoughts on “Linda Drexler”

  1. Pat and Dana Fuller


    You will forever be in our hearts. You were the best 2nd Momma anyone could ever have. I love you for making my baby girl Brittney your first Grandbaby and for showing her what a granny should be and for living her like your own. I am forever grateful for all the support, care, love and advice you gave that helped shape who I am today. Thank you for ALWAYS making us laugh. Give my 1st Momma and my Granny a hug and kiss from us. We love you and will miss you dearly.

  2. My thoughts and prayers go out to Linda’s family. She was a special lady that will be missed. She took me under her wing and taught me so much. We always enjoyed each other’s humor, and she treated me like family.

  3. Doug and Marsha Mitchell and family

    Dear dear Linda…our family will miss you deeply. We thank you so much for the friendship and help you shared with us!! You were the best and we will remember you fondly. We were so blessed to know you!

  4. Continued prayers for peace, strength, and comfort for all of you. Bret, your mother was a beautiful lady with a beautiful soul. I never met her, but she raised a beautiful man. Love and prayers…

  5. I’m so sorry to hear of her passing. My deepest sympathy goes out to the family. Psalms 34:18 talks about Jehovah God being close to the brokenhearted and saving those who are crushed in spirit. I hope this scripture can bring the family some comfort.

  6. Tommy and Sue McDonald

    Linda was a very special lady. Always had a smile on her face and if you were talking to her on the phone you could tell she was smiling just by the sound of her voice. We got to know her when she worked at State Farm. She took care of her customes just like family. I did not know she had passed away, I just talk to her December 13th when I paid my auto insurance. I said hello Linda this is Sue she automatically knew who she was talking to because we have been with State Farm for almost thirty years. I ask her how she was doing she said find we chatted a few minutes I wished her a Merry Christmas and a Happy New year, and told her will talk to you next year. We both laughed. And when I saw her obituary in Sunday’s paper I was shocked. God bless you sweet Linda you will be missed so very much. That sweet smile will linger in my mind forever. I will miss talking to you on the phone each month. To your family we are so sorry to hear about the loss of your sweet mother grandmother aunt and know you will miss her. God bless you and I know you are one of God’s Angels.

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