Linda Revis Parker, a kind and selfless woman dedicated to spreading love and support, passed away on November 9, 2023. She was born on May 23, 1943, in Central, SC, to her loving parents James Leroy and Pauline Gossett.
Linda will always be remembered as a loving and supportive mother. Her devotion to her son Phillip was unwavering, and she cherished every moment spent with him. She had a special bond with her grandchildren, Alex Reta, Kersten Stribble, and Madison Reta. Linda's face would light up with joy whenever she saw them, creating beautiful and lasting memories.
An animal lover at heart, Linda had an extraordinary connection with her dog Socks. Together, they embarked on many adventures, even visiting drive-throughs for food. Their bond was something truly special and a testament to Linda's nurturing nature.
One of Linda's exceptional qualities was her generosity. During Thanksgiving one year, the family arrived to find homeless people invited into their home by Linda herself. She had a heart of gold and never hesitated to open her home to those in need. Her acts of kindness touched the lives of many, making her a beacon of love in the community.
Linda's sister Ann held a special place in her heart. They shared countless joyful moments together on cruises where they indulged in pampering themselves while reading books on the deck. Their strong bond brought immense happiness to Linda's life.
A woman of faith, Linda found strength and solace in her relationship with the Lord. She dedicated time each day to reading her Bible and took detailed notes as she studied it independently. Living a good Christian life was important to her, and she strived to embody kindness and compassion in all that she did.
One of Linda's proudest accomplishments was being featured in Home and Garden magazine for her exceptional decorating skills. She had a remarkable talent for making the most out of little, and her thrifty nature never compromised the elegance and beauty she brought to every space she adorned – including herself. Linda's creativity knew no bounds.
In addition to her accomplishments, Linda touched the lives of many through her missionary work in Haiti and Egypt. Her selflessness knew no bounds, as she traveled to these countries to make a positive difference in the lives of those less fortunate.
During this difficult time, Linda leaves behind her son Phillip Reta (Hope) of Newberry, SC, her beloved grandchildren Alex Reta of Tulare, CA, Kersten Stribble (Landon) of Columbia, SC, Madison Reta of Newberry, SC, and her sister Ann Stone of Jacksonville, FL. May they find peace and solace in their cherished memories of Linda.
Linda Revis Parker will forever be remembered as a warm-hearted woman whose love knew no boundaries. Her unwavering faith, generous spirit, and ability to find joy in life's simplest moments touched everyone around her. While we mourn her loss, let us also celebrate the extraordinary life she lived and carry on her legacy by spreading love, kindness, and compassion just as she did.
No funeral services will be held at this time.
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