Linda Sue (Thomas) Roberts
September 24, 1945 - May 20, 2023
Linda Sue (Thomas) Roberts, age 77, of Glen Mills, PA, passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 20, 2023.
Born in Temple, TX on September 24, 1945, she was a daughter of the late Jack Claude and Ruby Lee (Jackson) Thomas.
Linda is survived by her loving husband, James Byron Roberts; sons, James Roberts (Dori) and Jon Roberts (Cheri); and sister, Margaret “Tootie” Young.
All services will be held privately.
In lieu of flowers and in honor of her surviving husband Jim, donations may be made in Linda’s memory to the Dementia Society of America, PO Box 600, Doylestown, PA 18901 or online by clicking here.
6 Condolences for Linda Sue (Thomas) Roberts
Jon & James, Your mom and dad have been some of our dearest friends for the past 5 decades. Although after moving from Upstate NY in 1980 we never lived close to each other again, your sweet mom and I kept in touch and always managed to have a long, “catching-up phone call” on both of our birthdays. We will always treasure our last visit together in their beautiful home during one of our few vacations. The one thing I’m TOTALLY sure of: Linda is perfectly happy…. finally meeting her Savior face to face, after serving Him faithfully all of these years. Please know our prayers are with you and your dad as you walk through this difficult time. Much love, Julie & John McWhorter
Muriel Van Wave
No more loving wife, mother, mother-in-law, sister and friend could ever be found than Linda. I count it one of my life’s greatest blessings and privileges to have called her my best friend. Though she never drew attention to herself, her loving nature couldn’t help but shine brightly wherever she went. Her Jimmy and the boys and their wives were always in her heart and prayers. Tim and I will praying for you now.
Joan & Roger Schmidt
Dear Jim, James, Jon, and Families, An incredible loss of a Beautiful, Loving, Caring, Compassionate, Christian Woman!!! What an honor to share a small piece of Linda’s life along with the Blessings of your wonderful Family. Words can describe Her loss, LOVE, LOVE, LOVE AND UNYIELDING LOVE. A beautiful, fitting, pictorial, the flower, and love of your life will be cherished for an eternity with the rendezvous and promise from Our Lord to once again to be reunited!!! We stand by and grieve your loss, but are sustained by lifelong memories that can never be washed away by our tears. Our deepest sympathy 💐 and love, Joan, Roger, Todd, Steve & Family
I am sadden by the lost of pastor James wife I know he loves her so much. But I am so thankful she has to suffer no more. I give my condolences to the you their Family. The love of one that passes never dies because of the memories that were made and shared this is see you later for one day everyone who has left there family behind will one day be reunited and we will never be parted again and he will dry out tears there will be no sickness sorrow or grief anymore. Thank you Jesus may God five you peace knowing your mother is in good healib hands
Raymond E Venverloh Virginia L Venverloh
So sorry to hear this sad news. Enjoyed your dad’s teaching on the Temple. Your mom was a great support too your dad.
Dan and Lee Kingery
We have many joyous memories of our times together with Linda and Jim. They were wonderful neighbors, and friends who went above and beyond in times of need. We remember all the hugs, laughter, meals, fish, talks about our shared condo, celebrations and family events that made this relationship so special. Our sympathy goes to Jim and her sons, John and James. She was a very special lady. God bless each of you and give you peace.