Linda Lou McLaughlin

10/19/1946 –

 07/30/2019

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  • Funeral Service
Date: 08/05/2019
Time: 4:00 pm
 – 5:00 pm

Obituary

Linda McLaughlin passed away Tuesday, July 30, 2019. Family and
friends will gather to celebrate her life of 72 years at 4:00 pm on
Monday, August 5, 2019, followed by a reception at LakeRidge United
Methodist Church Wesley Chapel. A tribute of Linda’s life may be found
at www.memorialdesigners.net, where you may leave memories and
expressions of sympathy for her family.

Linda was born on October 19, 1946 to the late Wilson and Lou Ellen
(Brown) Collins in Brownfield, TX. She graduated from Brownfield
High School and attended South Plains College and Texas Tech
University. She married Dale McLaughlin on September 11, 1981 in
New Mexico and he preceded her in death. Linda and Dale owned
Mac’s Old’s-Pontiac-GMC and enjoyed the car business together until
their retirement in 1999. Linda was a member of LakeRidge United
Methodist Church and the Singles Sunday School Class, the New Chicks
on the Block bowling team, the Wine Widows and the Alto Country
Club in New Mexico. She volunteered for Lubbock Meals on Wheels.
Linda enjoyed many hobbies including golf, pickleball, mahjong,
knitting, and puzzles.

Survivors include her daughters, Stephanie Massengale and husband,
Steve of Lubbock; Lisa Moseley and husband, Darrell of Argyle; Darla
Cox of Highland Village, and Sharla Bevers and husband, Mark of
Lubbock; grandchildren, Audrey Massengale, Tanner Moseley, Taylor
Williams, Anthony Bevers, Aaron Bevers, Erika Bevers, Katy Coulter,
and Connor Cox; great-grandchild, Blake Bevers; and brother, Richard
Collins and wife, Luan of Lamesa.

The family of Linda McLaughlin ask for contributions to be given in
lieu of flowers to the American Cancer Society or Lubbock Meals on
Wheels in her memory.

Condolences

9 thoughts on “Linda Lou McLaughlin”

  1. Shannon W Pierce

    Stephanie, you mom was like a mom to me. She was a very special person and will always be remembered and one day we will all here on earth see her again. If you need anything, let me know. Love yall.

  2. Linda was a dear, lifetime and forever friend , who will truly be missed! Prayers for all her family and friends.

  3. Diane and Deby Nichols

    Stephanie, we were heartbroken to hear about Linda. We use to have so much fun with her. To this day, her laugh is one of our favorites. Hearing Linda laugh just made everyone around her want to laugh. I know one thing for sure, no mother could love a daughter more than Linda loved you. I hope you find comfort in knowing that. Heartfelt sympathy, Diane and Deby Nichols

  4. Steph & Family,
    I’m so sorry for your loss. I know the past three months have been incredibly difficult. I’m so glad that Linda found peace fairly quickly considering the intensity of her disease. I know the next few days will be hard and emotional. I wish you all calm and peace at this time and in the future. I’m sorry I can’t be there. You know I would be if I could.
    Love to all of you.
    Chelly

  5. Tricia Anderson

    Linda . . .
    When I think of Linda I think of . . . Love & Laughter
    Independence
    Nutty (we could be at times)
    Determination & Dedication
    Anxious to serve
    . . . Linda

  6. Vernita Woods-Holmes

    Stephanie, I am so sorry for your loss. I am praying for you and your family.
    Love, Vernita

  7. Stephanie and family
    We are all so sorry for the loss of your mom. She was so bright and caring and truly loved delivering meals to all of those on her route. We know she will be forever missed. We are thinking of you during this difficult time and wishing you peace and comfort. Your friends at Lubbock Meals on Wheels.

  8. Linda McLaughlin
    the only person that I have ever known that could keep Dale McLaughlin in line. As I think back she may be the only person that I know that could keep everyone in line.
    She was a great person and I will miss her dearly.
    Who am I going to argue with now?
    Your loving friend forever
    Mike Gentry

  9. Heavenly Blessings Linda !! I always thought very highly of her and definitely thought of her often!! She was Beautiful, Super Smart, Caring, and had a Witty Sense of Humor – Loved her laugh !!!
    Blessings and Love !!!
    Tracie CdeBaca

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