In Memory

Linda Summers (Fletcher)

Linda Summers (Fletcher)

Linda Elaine Fletcher, 67, of Saint Jo, Texas, passed away peacefully on August 22, 2018, after a short battle with cancer.
A graveside service for Linda was held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, August 26, 2018, at Nocona Cemetery with Pastor Curt Simmons officiating. Arrangements were under the direction of Scott Funeral Home in Saint Jo.
Linda was born October 17, 1950, in Dallas, Texas, to Stanley & Lois (Hodges) Summers. She spent her childhood in Irving and graduated from high school in 1969. Shortly after completing high school Linda moved to Montague County where she resided the majority of her life.
Linda attended Cooke County College where she earned a degree as an LVN in 1984. She enjoyed her nursing career and worked in Nocona, Saint Jo, and Muenster through the years.
Linda loved her puppies – Roscoe and Lacie. She enjoyed watching tv and listening to Elvis Presley. She loved going out to eat and spending time with her friends. Walmart was one of her favorite places to go.
Linda is survived by her sons: Lance Morse of Fort Worth, Texas, and Derrick Morse of Saint Jo, Texas, and two step-children: Jim Fletcher of Salina, Kansas, and Karla Hollis of Salina, Kansas. She is also survived by her grandchildren: Evan and Oliver Morse, James, Brandon, and Janie Fletcher and Kathryn, Thomas, Isabella, Emilie, Annalea, Brynna, and Abraham Hollis and one sister, Sharon Frazier of Sautee Nacoochee, Georgia. Linda was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, Jim Fletcher.
Honorary pallbearers were Jesus Vite, Ubaldo Garcia, Mario Lopez, James Fletcher, Brandon Fletcher and Don Abney.
The family requests in lieu of flowers please make donations to the Easy Street Animal Shelter. Donations can be mailed directly to the shelter at PO Box 237, Saint Jo, Texas.
To view Linda's obituary and memory page, click HERE.

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08/29/18 12:39 PM #1    

Clay Harris

I'm so sorry to hear this. Another good person and classmate gone way too soon !!

09/09/18 02:36 PM #2    

Marion Lees (Franke)

So very sorry to hear of this loss. Such a beautiful girl and always  so sweet and lady like ! Gone too young !! 

01/29/19 04:24 PM #3    

Judy Armstrong (Black)

Linda and I were best friends all of our lives. We always called one another on our birthdays and sang silly versions of Happy Birthday. About 15 years ago, Linda started going with me to a Christian women’s retreat on a ranch near Hot Springs, Arkansas.  We would have long conversations about Jesus and salvation. The second time she went with me, she gave her heart to Jesus which changed her life.  Linda and her husband, Jim Fletcher, were both active in prison ministry until Jim’s death several years ago.  I went to visit Linda a couple of days before she died.  I’m so glad I was able to see her one last time although I know I’ll see her in heaven some day. 


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