Linda Gayle Reed Price © Cheyenne Star 14 May 1998 Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Services for Linda Gayle Reed Price, 54, of Cleburne, Texas was conducted Monday, May 4, 1998 at Martin's Funeral Chapel. Phil Collard and Kern Potter officiating.
Mrs. Price died Friday, May 1, 1998 at her home in Cleburne, Texas.
She was born in Cleburne August 16, 1943.
Linda is the daughter of Edward and Alta Riley Reed.
She married Jerry Price in Ft. Worth on June 28, 1968.
Mrs. Price was a member of Central Church of Christ and was their secretary for 21 years.
Survivors are her husband Jerry of the home; her daughter and husband Deena and Greg Jordan; two granddaughters of Decatur, Texas; three brothers, Edward Reed of Cleburne; Milton Reed of Baton Rouge, Louisiana; and Riley Reed of Medin, PE; one sister, Sherri Tribble and husband of Hurst, Texas; as well as other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Edward and Alta; and two brothers Elbert and Jimmy.
Burial in Rosehill cemetery, Cleburne, Texas.
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