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Linda Sue (Woodby) McConnell

Born: Wed., May 29, 1957
Died: Fri., Jan. 17, 2020


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Linda Sue McConnell

BLUFF CITY, TN- Linda Sue McConnell, 62, passed away on Friday, January 17, 2020, surrounded by family. Born May 29, 1957, she was the daughter of the late Charlie H. Woodby and Zelma Sue White. 

She leaves behind her beloved husband, Scott McConnell; her daughters, who were also her very best friends, Jackie Cross (Joey), and Nikki Fair; grandchildren, Sydney and Conner Cross.   She also leaves behind two brothers, John and Joe Woodby  In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by a brother, Jack Woodby.  

Linda was employed with Grindstaff in Elizabethton, TN for over 30 years.  She will be sorely missed by everyone at the dealership, not only for her years of dedication but also for the banana nut bread, chicken and dumplings, “spicy” chili and countless other food items she so lovingly cooked for them all.

In addition to being a master cook in the kitchen, Linda enjoyed spending time boating and camping with her husband, daughters, and friends.   She loved creating fancy drinks and serving them in fancy glasses.   She was the shining light anywhere she went and will be incredibly missed by all who knew her… a whole bunch.

A private ‘Celebration of Life’ will be held, in lieu of service.   Everyone who remembers her is asked to celebrate Linda’s life in their own way.  Raising a glass of their favorite drink in her memory would be quite appropriate.

This obituary was lovingly written by her family.

Snyder’s Memorial Gardens is proudly serving Mrs. Linda Sue McConnell’s family.

 

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Brian Smith
   Posted Tue January 21, 2020
Linda you were one of a kind. You will surely be missed. Enjoy your new life up there.

Larry, Gail & Kathie Scalf
   Posted Wed January 22, 2020
What a sweet and wonderful lady! So many hugs and laughs we shared. Thank you, Linda, for those memories. So blessed to have known you. You will be missed, but never forgotten.

The family will be in our thoughts and prayers.

Wesley Bradley
   Posted Wed January 22, 2020
I have many great childhood memories spending time with Linda, Jackie and Nikki. Swimming at her pool on Rock House Road was always a good time. I know my Mother , Sonya, always counted Linda to be one of her very best friends and she dearly misses her now. Grace and peace to the family. We hold you all up in prayer.
With Love,
Wesley R. Bradley

Mike Alabed
   Posted Fri January 24, 2020
My wife Anita worked at Grindstaff for many years that's how I got to know Linda, we have been to her house, all of us went to Gatlinburg and stayed at the Park Vista Hotel courtesy of Mr. Grindstaff, gone to soon, good memories........

charles, shane and logan odom
   Posted Mon January 27, 2020
So very sorry for your loss. Linda was a super trooper, and will be missed.
We wish you Scott the best and all the family and friends the best possible, during this tuff time.

Many thoughts and prayers.

The Odom's

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