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Linda D (Heck) McKinney
January 11, 1952 ~ December 24, 2023 (age 71) 71 Years Old
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Linda Darlene Heck McKinney was born to Clarence Heck Jr and Rachel Lucille Lewis on January 11,1952.
Linda is proceeded in death by her Father :Clarence Heck, Mother: Lucille McBath, 2 beloved sons of her own: William Houser & David Houser ,one grandson: Kegan Hunt. Linda is survived by her husband Noel McKinney, her two daughters Tonya (Rick) Hunt of Memphis, MO. & Rachel who went by Rane'e ( Andy) Middleton also of Memphis, MO., 7 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. 3 brothers: Jerry(Vicki), Donnie of Indiana ,Gary Sr (Betty) of Arizona and 1 sister Brenda Conception, Philippine's/ Germany. One very beloved Aunt; Patty McKinney of Indiana
Linda is also survived by many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends who were like family to her all.over the USA.
Linda was a seasoned aquestrian and all loved animals .Linda loved antiques and was a gifted artist from a young age. Linda always liked the freedom of drawing or painting and illustration. Linda is a published author prior to her death she had one book from a mini series she had been writing since her daughters were very young published ;Dust Fairy's and Golden Whales.
Linda had many friends ,from many walks of life, she never really knew a stranger. Linda enjoyed a good cup of coffee and always welcomed anyone with a cup at her table.
Linda worked as a Female Cattle Foreman ,on the Cross Triangle Ranch in Arizona, where she was her happiest.
Linda will be missed by many for many reasons that all differ. May she be at peace and now be reunited with all.the loved ones who have gone before her.
Services were entrusted to Newkirk’s Funeral Home in Dugger, Indiana