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Linda Kay White

August 3, 1962 — October 27, 2021

The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.

He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters.

He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake.

Psalm 23: 1-3

Linda Kay White was born on August 3rd, 1962, to Mirdie and the Late Ollie Lee Benton.

She accepted Christ at an early age at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Strong, AR, and was a faithful member until her health failed. Her joy for life and her indomitable spirit kept her pushing through the pain.

Linda was a hardworking housewife; she attended Strong High School and graduated in the class of 1980. After graduation, she attended South AR Community College. She loved to play cards, travel, hang out with family and friends, playing basketball in her younger days, making her famous pound cake, but most of all, she loved spending time with her grandkids, who called her "Man Man."

In her new life, Linda Kay will be greeted with opened arms in the Heavenly Gates by her father, Ollie Benton, Grandparents: Morgan and Myrtle Benton, Grandparents, Joe and Myrtie Mae Loggins, and special therapist Juanita Benton. Linda will be taken by the hand and shown the streets of the city paved with gold like transparent glass; there will be no more sorrow, nor crying, there shall be no more pain. All the former things have passed away; all things made new.

Linda's love and memories will be cherished forever in the hearts of her loving husband of 36 years Greg White, daughter Jalisa (Michael) Brown, Three Grandchildren Ke'Sean Jennings, Michael Brown Jr, Kay'Leigh Brown and one grandchild on the way, two God-son's Javen Loggins and Dennis (Tiffany) Norful. Three sisters Marilyn (Tony) Champion, Annie Ruth (Rick) Holliman and Virginia Morgan, four brothers, Marvin (Valerie) Benton, Ollie Jr. (Linda) Benton, James (Deborah) Benton, and Michael (Treanace) White,  Aunts, Ruth Johnson, Hattie Clark, Brenda Chambers, and Eria Mae Hatfield, Uncles, James Loggins, and Allen Mack, Life long Doctor, Dr. John Hull of Monroe, La, and a  host of nieces, nephews, family, and  friends, 





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