In Memory

Linda Fooks (Adams)

Linda Lee Adams, 71, of Alexander passed away on July 4, 2014. She was born in Benton to the late Lawrence and Marie Fooks on June 24, 1943.  She spent her life making a home for her family and treasured the time she spent with them. She enjoyed reading and watching "The Young and the Restless".  She was preceeded in death by her husband of over 48 years, Floyd B. Adams, Jr.

She leaves to cherish her memory her children Rhonda (Stewart) Linz, Dana Adams and Todd Adams; her sister Joyce (Donnie) Childres, her brother C.P. (Geneva) Clements; her greandchildren Tiffany (Brian) Mattingly, Nicholaus Linz and Brandon Linz and a host of extended family and friends, all who will miss her hearly.

Funeral services will be Thursday, July 10, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. in the chapel at Forest Hills Funeral Home with Pastor Larry Ballard officiating.

Visitation will be from 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday, July 9, 2014 at Forest Hills.


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07/12/14 11:21 AM #1    

Shaurean Avery (Holt)

Linda exhibited a wonderful personality and a deep love for the Lord.  I have many fond memories of her and extend my condolences to her family.  Heaven grows sweeter everyday with the addition of another friend and classmate.

Shaurean Avery Holt

07/12/14 12:05 PM #2    

Mary Ann Briscoe (Campbell)

How thoughtful and appropriate, Shaureen.  I totally agree.  My condolences as well.

07/12/14 12:06 PM #3    

Mary Ann Briscoe (Campbell)

Benda, thank you for letting us know.  Paul, thank you for posting.  

07/12/14 04:45 PM #4    

Dianne McDaniel (Hogue)

Yes, thank you so much for posting.  I was late checking my email so did not see it in time for the visititation but was able to make her services on Thursday morning.  

Linda and I attended school together from 6th grade through 12th.   In junior and senior high, she caught the bus before I did--I got on at David O. Dodd elementary.  How nice that while everyone was scrambling for a seat I always had one saved for me.  

Our high school years were especially close ones.  I was supposed to be in her wedding when they were planning a church wedding but they decided to have a very small, simple wedding.  

Linda loved her family so much and was so proud of them.  She was a wonderful friend to me--someone I could share my innermost feelings and thoughts--she was a loyal and true friend.



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