On April 14, 2022, we lost our Angel on Earth. Linda passed away peacefully after a long illness with Alzheimer’s Dementia.
Linda was born on June 2, 1951, in Amarillo, Texas to Houston and Virginia Frazier. She was raised by her grandmother; “Mama Wilma”, with which she always had a special bond.
Linda was one of the lucky students who attended Carver Elementary, Jr. and Sr. High Schools. She always was proud of the fact that she was on the Carver Drill Team. In 1967, during the school’s integration, she transferred to Palo Duro High School, she graduated in 1969. Linda went on to continue her education at Amarillo College, where she graduated from nursing school, earning her LVN license. Linda was a great nurse, she worked for St. Anthony’s Hospital later transferring to BSA. After twenty-five years of nursing, she retired from BSA. Linda enjoyed her short retirement but found that retirement at an early age was not for her at the time. She then went back to her career at Kirkland Court Rehabilitation as a charge nurse for an additional fourteen years. She worked for Kirkland Court until her health began to fail.
In 1970, Linda was married to Eddie Ray Dunn. To this union, they had two children, Kimberly, and Timothy. Although Linda and Eddie Ray later divorced, they remained friends.
Linda was a devoted daughter, granddaughter, sister, and friend to many. She was a protective, strong, and loving mother and grandmother to her children. She blessed everyone she touched.
Linda was preceded in death by her parents, Houston and Virginia, grandmother, Wilma McCoy and brothers, Kenneth, and “Big” Larry.
Linda is survived by her children, Kimberly (Rosco) Flanagan, and Timothy Dunn of Amarillo, TX; siblings, Lawrence “Baba” Frazier (Rita), Donald “PeeWee” Frazier (Frances), Steve (Toni) Frazier all of Amarillo, TX; Ricky (Nancy) Frazier of Grand Prairie, TX and Brenda Frazier of Plano, TX. Her grandchildren, Kolby, Kolton, Kodey, Keziah, Jalen, Timothy Jr., Jordan, and Nya; nine great- grandchildren, and a host of cousins, nieces, and nephews.
Linda was a blessing to everyone. She fought the good fight, and we know she has definitely earned her heavenly angel wings.
We want to thank Jan Warner Adult Daycare for helping us through this season of Linda’s life. We would also like to thank GoodLife Senior Living and Memory Care Center, and Hillside Heights Rehabilitation Center for taking care of mama for the last two years of her life.