Obituaries detail

Linda K. Jones, Age: 68
May 20, 1952 - Jun 08, 2020

Linda K Jones passed peacefully on June 8th, 2020, surrounded by her loving family, to become one with the Universe.  After almost two years of battling metastatic breast cancer, to say Linda lost would be inaccurate; she never stopped fighting - her spirit and determination always shined through.

Linda was born in Lyndon, KS on May 20, 1952 to Orbin Jones and Dona (Nettleton) Jones. She lived most of her life in Parkville, MO where she dedicated her life to healing others as a physical therapist. She cherished her children, family, and genuine friendships. Her laugh was contagious, and her smile lit up even the darkest of rooms.  Her love of life, kindness, and ability to comfort others will continue to go unmeasured. 

Linda is survived by two daughters, Morganne and Tedi, her significant other, Jack, and several close family and friends.  In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Susan G. Komen Foundation to help find the cure for breast cancer.

The number of memorial service attendees will be limited. We will be holding a “Parade of Life”, following the service, to celebrate Linda’s life.  Drive-by will be held on June 20th at 9:30 a.m. located at All Souls UU Church - 4501 Walnut Street, Kansas City, Missouri 64111.

Condolences

Laura Herting Jun 12 ,2020

My daughter is best friends with Tedi ,Parkville ,Missouri

Linda will be greatly missed by so many. My heart goes out to all in the family, Tedi, Morganne & Jack. I will keep you in my prayers. Laura Herting

Kay Madden Jun 12 ,2020

Friend ,Kansas City ,Missouri

I worked with Linda a few years ago. She had a wealth of patience, a very kind, understanding person. She will be missed. I know she loved her daughters so very much. Kay Madden

Donica Jackson Jun 12 ,2020

Friend ,Kansas City ,Kansas

I will miss My Linda Lou dearly. I had the pleasure to work under her as her PTA when she retired we remained good friends. I always told her " I'm going to be like her when i Grew up(matured)" she was always a joy to be around, we laughed a lot, she always encouraged me during dark times. Linda although we're far different in age and race she never treated me differently she was never afraid to speak up especially when pertained to women's rights! Ill miss her smile, laugh and straight talk. I know she loved her girls and were so proud to be their mom! Rest Well Ms Linda the world needs more people like you! Love you always!

Ginger Scott Jun 12 ,2020

Worked together ,Kansas City ,Missouri

Linda will be greatly missed by all. She was a very caring therapist and a great mentor. She loved her daughters dearly. I will miss our many discussions. Ginger Scott

Elizabeth “Lizzy” Tembo Jun 12 ,2020

Family friend ,Kansas City ,Missouri

I send my most heart felt condolences to Morganne, Tedi and all of Linda’s family. To say I loved Linda is an understatement, this woman knew me in my early stages of life before I even knew the kind of woman I wanted to be. I will hold tight and cherish the countless memories I’ve shared with Linda and her family forever. Words always seem difficult to put together to describe how amazing a person is, was, so instead I will say, Linda you will be greatly missed my many.

Kathy Nelson Jun 12 ,2020

Classmate ,Alma- Lake Wabaunsee ,Kansas

Linda and I shared all 12 years of schooling together! Not only was she a wonderful classmate but a treasured friend. Loved her family and her. Her life enriched not only mine but all who knew her. My prayers and love are being sent to Linda’s family and friends.

Diana Detwiler Jun 12 ,2020

Classmate and Friend ,Lyndon ,Kansas

Sending caring thoughts, empathy, love and prayers to all the family. May God comfort you and give you peace. Linda was a special person. Lots of fun and special memories of our high school years. With sincere heartfelt care and sympathy, Diana Detwiler

Lucinda Anstaett Jun 13 ,2020

Classmate ,Topeka ,Kansas

So sorry for your families’ loss. Praying for your peace. Linda was a strong-caring and adventurous spirit. She was a wonderful person and classmate.

Trish “Stout” Flood Jun 13 ,2020

Classmates ,Lakewood ,Colorado

Charming, beautiful, adventurous Linda - a wonderful laugh, a kind and caring soul leaving a place in many hearts. My sympathy, prayers and thoughts go out to Linda’s family and loved ones.

Jo Jean Schulte and DJ Johnson Jun 13 ,2020

Friends ,Overland Park ,Kansas

Linda had such a positive and generous spirit and was always accepting of others. We will miss that about her. May your good memories and knowing that she is at peace bring you comfort in this time of loss.

linda parkinson Jun 14 ,2020

church friend ,Kansas City ,Missouri

Dear Morganne and Tedi Your mom was a fun kind generous person. She was a pleasure to work with at church. She always was willing to help me with any project I was doing if she had time. When I left All Souls she was one of the people I missed seeing the most. I was happy to be her friend Linda Parkinson

Diane Cassity Jun 17 ,2020

friend ,Kansas City ,Missouri

We met Linda 40 years ago when we were phone banking for passage of the ERA. She was a ray of sunshine and always brightened the any room she entered. She was beautiful in her person and in her spirit. She is deeply missed.

Cheryl Westra Jun 18 ,2020

Morganne and Tedi I am so sorry to hear of your mom's passing. I will always remember her bright smile and sense of humor. Sending much love to you both.

Connie Oliphant Jun 22 ,2020

Co-workers ,Richmond ,Missouri

I worked with Linda at North Kansas City hospital Home health. She was a true Joy. I kept a message from her saved on my cell phone for many years to listen to her laughter and it's brightened many days. She will be truly missed. I am sorry for your loss.