Linda Lou Stroud
January 18, 1943 -
March 18, 2017

Visitation

March 25, 2017
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Service 

March 25, 2017
1:00 p.m.

Interment

Obituary

Funeral services for Mrs. Linda Lou Fladd Stroud, age 74, of Flintville, will be conducted 1 p.m. Saturday, March 25, 2017 at Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church with Bro. John Neal officiating. Burial will follow beside her husband Paul Richard Stroud in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery. Mrs. Stroud was a native of Troutrun, PA She was a member of the Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church, was proud of her native heritage, and loved music and nature.

Survivors include her children Rich (Pam) Chapman, Franklin (Gabriella) Chapman, Laura Marie Chapman, Robert (Kimberly) Chapman, Linda Chapman, Arthur Chapman, and Ronda Learn; step-children Laura-Jean (Ricky) Herring, Nathan Stroud, Anna (Mark) Lemieux and Mark (Kimyona) Stroud; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren; brother Richard Fladd; and sister Freda Stroud.

Visitation with the family will be 11 a.m. until time of service at Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church. Higgins Funeral Home is honored to be serving the family of Mrs. Linda Lou Fladd Stroud.

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4 Comments

  1. Laura Marie Chapman

    My mother… I new you with a power of the youth knowing there mother.. with a great love and respect..That you gave me birth and tought me to have love for all the living things of this earth…To respect all those whom come across my life and to understand we are not all alike..to love them just the same.With the honor of God whom directs our life to live it in love.. I love you mom.. and thank you for being my teacher !! of all the things inportant <3

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  2. Brenda Ross

    Aunt Linda was one of the kindest people I have ever known. She was one of those relatives that you would get so excited about when you knew she was coming to visit. There is no doubt that her and Uncle Paul are together again and singing in Heaven!

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  3. David ( Bud ) Chapman

    When you’ve known someone most of your life and realize what a good and strong woman she was. I’ll miss your calls.

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  4. Mandy Wiseman Bodkins

    I will always love Linda. I always called her my second momma as many did too. When my sister and I was growing up we always wanted to go to Ronda’s house to be with Paul, Linda, and Ronda. We definitely have many great memories with this family and we love and will miss momma deeply.

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4 Comments

  1. Laura Marie Chapman

    My mother… I new you with a power of the youth knowing there mother.. with a great love and respect..That you gave me birth and tought me to have love for all the living things of this earth…To respect all those whom come across my life and to understand we are not all alike..to love them just the same.With the honor of God whom directs our life to live it in love.. I love you mom.. and thank you for being my teacher !! of all the things inportant <3

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  2. Brenda Ross

    Aunt Linda was one of the kindest people I have ever known. She was one of those relatives that you would get so excited about when you knew she was coming to visit. There is no doubt that her and Uncle Paul are together again and singing in Heaven!

    Reply
  3. David ( Bud ) Chapman

    When you’ve known someone most of your life and realize what a good and strong woman she was. I’ll miss your calls.

    Reply
  4. Mandy Wiseman Bodkins

    I will always love Linda. I always called her my second momma as many did too. When my sister and I was growing up we always wanted to go to Ronda’s house to be with Paul, Linda, and Ronda. We definitely have many great memories with this family and we love and will miss momma deeply.

    Reply

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