Linda Gee

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Memorial Service for Linda Gee, 56 of Poteau, Oklahoma will be at 2pm on Thursday, October 27, 2022 at Evans Chapel of Memories in Poteau, Oklahoma with Reverend Jim Cook officiating. Service under the direction of Evans & Miller Funeral Home of Poteau, Oklahoma.

Linda Darlene Gee was born on January 11th, 1966 in Fort Worth, Texas to Vera Gladene Gillispie Gee. She went home to her heavenly family on October 17th, 2022 in Poteau, Oklahoma at the age of 56. She was a home maker. Linda was proceeded in death by her mother Vera Gladene Gillispie Gee; sisters Gwendolyn Upton and husband Junior, Donna Traw and husband Terry; brothers Rickey Shadden, Don Shadden, David Shadden, Garland Gee, and Paul Gee; niece and nephew Chrissy Guilbeaux and Randy Traw.

She is survived by special friend John " Chach" Harris; sister Lynita Lovell and husband Ronnie, nieces Jennifer Bohannon, Jamie Harris and Dearl Laymon, Kelsey Gee; nephews Ricky Griffin and wife Jennifer, Trey Upton, Kevin Gee and wife Barbara. Numerous great nieces, great nephews, great-greats, and great friends who she adored with all of her heart.

To know Linda meant you were absolutely loved by Linda and you loved her too. Linda was known by several nicknames such as Linge, Bones, Beulah as her positive attitude kept her and so many others constantly laughing, joking, and smiling. An amazing kind soul and talent, her beautiful calligraphy and art skills was a thing of wonders, often asked to write invitations or cards for people. Often she would tag your car or home with positive messages and artwork of love that you didn't want to erase because of its sheer beauty. A true GROOVY HIPPY to the end, she only wanted PEACE and LOVE to fill everyone's heart and soul. Her family, friends, any and all pets or animals were her entire world. Compassionate beyond measure, she took care of family like a pro and kept all the neighborhood pets fed and watered. She CARED. She LOVED. She never missed any one's birthday or any holiday. We're all so blessed to have had her in our lives. Linda was a giver, not a taker. She didn't want anybody to be sad when her time to go home finally came. Heaven's light shined brighter than ever with her arrival and we will all miss her dearly. So so so many more great things can be said about her, and we all have our own precious memories of her to keep as personal gifts from her forever. She is waiting on the other side of those pearly gates waiting for everyone's arrival with the biggest hug possible ready for you and a smile on her face.

As the FREE SPIRIT she was had always said, GROOVY, PEACE, LOVE, and FAR OUT MAN! Rest In Peace, Beloved Linda.

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