Lynda Joan Stovall

Born on July 21, 1942

Departed on June 11, 2016

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Lynda Joan Stovall, June 11, 2016, age 73 of Brentwood. She loved her children, friends, and her family.  Survived by her daughters, Lana Bermingham, Lora (Ronny) Tidwell, Leslye (Jesse) Davis, and Libby (Cory) Schroder; grandson, Caleb Evans, sisters, Betty Batten, Wanda Graves, and Barbara Lindaman.  A memorial service will be at Cole & Garrett Funeral Home, Goodlettsville Saturday June 18 at 3pm with visitation from 1pm until service time.

3 Comments to Lynda Joan Stovall

  1. Barbara Lindeman
    June 14, 2016 10:48 pm

    She was the most beautiful woman I have ever known. She was so very talented. She had an artistic talent that is so very rare. I was amazed at the things she could do. She was a champion tract star in her youth. She had so many positive characteristics that would impress anyone and will be so sorely missed. Time and space has prevented us from being close as we should be as sisters. My deep regret is that I was not there for her. I should have been a better sister. This is the guilt that I will have to deal with. She was a much better person than she got credit for being. The people that should have been her support hurt her the most. I loved her much more than I let her know.

  2. Wanda Graves
    June 14, 2016 11:19 pm

    I was Lynda’s younger sister..I really didn’t appreciate here until I was a young teen. She let me wear some of her beautiful clothes that she had created herself. She became a hair dresser and I can’t tell you how many times she did my hair and on special occasions, she would dwell on how she would style my hair. I wish that I could repay her for all the things she did for me. She was my maid of honor at my wedding and, of course, she did my hair. All that I knew that I did for was to visit her at her home every chance that I got. I wish that I could visited her more in the last few years. I will miss you, Lynda, more than you will ever know. I love you very much and I will cherish the found memories the rest of my life.

  3. Faye Houston
    June 19, 2016 12:35 pm

    The first time I ever met Lynda was at Dr. Elizabeth’s pool party. I thought she had to be the most beautiful woman I had ever met, and she was almost 60 then! She was extremely caring as well…when she called me on the phone to check on my husband when one of his company planes crash to make sure it wasn’t him. I will never forget her kind acts, those beautiful blue eyes, and her little chiwawa “Wheezer”. I too wish I had kept in closer contact….my loss. God bless you!

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