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Linda Gail Jones
Date of Death: June 20, 2011
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Linda Gail Hoover Jones, 56, of Winchester, Virginia, died Monday, June 20, 2011 and sister, Patricia Ann Hoover Benner, 58, of Winchester, Virginia, died Tuesday, June 21, 2011, both in Winchester Medical Center. Linda was born in 1955, in Winchester and Patricia was born in 1954, in Winchester the daughters of Victor Emerson and Helen …
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public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Linda was a spirited lady, who loved life, had a wonderful sense of humor, was generous and kind, and adored her son, Donnie. Everyone should take sustenance from the fact that Linda is now in a better place, free of worldly suffering, her body no longer wracked with pain, and she is smiling. We thank God for having created Linda, and holding her close now in His loving eternal embrace.
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
I remember spending the night at the house every summer and her teaching me how to do my hair just the way that she did!! Also doing our make-up and just having girl talk. She was great!!! I love her and miss her so much!
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Linda always treated me like a daughter. She and Donnie shared a special mother/son relationship that was the strongest I have ever seen....they were best friends, most importantly. Linda was beautiful both inside and out and I know she is looking down from heaven watching over Donnie and feeling very proud b/c he is her pride and joy. She was an extremely strong woman and passed that gene to her son. Rest in Peace Linda and say hi to mom for me. You will be missed by many.
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Linda was an awesome lady! She was so funny, and was always someone you could trust with anything. If you ever needed someone to talk to, to get an honest opinion of a situation, or needed trusted advice, she was the one to talk to. I will always remember how she got me out of trouble, (along with my aunt), when i wouldnt eat my vegetables at Thanksgiving, or Christmas dinner. They always made them disappear for me. :) She will be missed by many. The bond she had with her son, is one that most only dream of! Love you donnie!!
Bob Maher left a message on July 24, 2011:
Linda was a spirited lady, who loved life, had a wonderful sense of humor, was generous and kind, and adored her son, Donnie. Everyone should take sustenance from the fact that Linda is now in a better place, free of worldly suffering, her body no longer wracked with pain, and she is smiling. We thank God for having created Linda, and holding her close now in His loving eternal embrace.
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Chrissy Barger left a message on July 25, 2011:
I remember spending the night at the house every summer and her teaching me how to do my hair just the way that she did!! Also doing our make-up and just having girl talk. She was great!!! I love her and miss her so much!
Stacy Dixon left a message on July 26, 2011:
Linda always treated me like a daughter. She and Donnie shared a special mother/son relationship that was the strongest I have ever seen....they were best friends, most importantly. Linda was beautiful both inside and out and I know she is looking down from heaven watching over Donnie and feeling very proud b/c he is her pride and joy. She was an extremely strong woman and passed that gene to her son. Rest in Peace Linda and say hi to mom for me. You will be missed by many.
Kristi Spaid left a message on July 28, 2011:
Linda was an awesome lady! She was so funny, and was always someone you could trust with anything. If you ever needed someone to talk to, to get an honest opinion of a situation, or needed trusted advice, she was the one to talk to. I will always remember how she got me out of trouble, (along with my aunt), when i wouldnt eat my vegetables at Thanksgiving, or Christmas dinner. They always made them disappear for me. :) She will be missed by many. The bond she had with her son, is one that most only dream of! Love you donnie!!
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