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Linda Gayle Sisk

Linda Gayle Sisk

December 12, 1951 - March 30, 2024
Midlothian, Virginia

Linda Gayle Sisk

December 12, 1951 - March 30, 2024
Midlothian, Virginia

Obituary

Linda Gayle Sisk, beloved mother, grandmother, sister, and friend passed away on Saturday night leaving behind a legacy of love, kindness, and dedication.

Linda was the first born to Ralph and Nelma (Delp) Kiblinger in Monroe, Virginia in 1951. She grew up in a military family, with her two sisters, Carol and Diana, living throughout the United States and England. Linda lived her life surrounded by love and family, providing her with the solid foundation that guided her throughout her life.

Linda was a devoted mother to her children, James “TJ” Sisk of Midlothian, VA; Terri (Mark) Hall of Hickory, NC, and Rajah (Jerry) Shrader of Midlothian.

In addition to being a loving mother, Linda was a cherished grandmother “Mimi” to her grandchildren, Brett Hill (Cassandra) (North Pole, Alaska), Kylene Hall (Hickory), and Makayla Shrader (Midlothian). She found immense joy in her grandchildren, creating precious memories that will be cherished forever.

Linda was also a beloved sister to Diana Kiblinger, who passed away in 2018; and Carol Marshall of Midlothian. Linda and Carol shared an unbreakable sisterly bond with countless memories and moments of laughter together, living together throughout the last several years.

Linda was also a proud aunt to nephews and their families, Keith (Jennifer and Brooke) Marshall; Jason (Ashley and Thomas) Marshall; Scott (Jessi, Layne, and Lyndsey) Marshall; all of Midlothian, as well as Brian Kiblinger, Brandon, Chase, and Dawson.

Professionally, Linda embarked on a successful career in the 1970s as a hairdresser. Her passion and talent led her to excel in her field, eventually transitioning into regional management serving multiple states. Even after a brief retirement, Linda’s love for her craft never waned. She later fulfilled her dream of owning a small salon in Bristol before eventually retiring for good.

Beyond her professional achievements, Linda was an avid reader and she enjoyed spending hours painting her own original works of art. She will be remembered for her kind heart, gentle spirit, and unwavering love for her family, no matter what.

Linda’s immediate family will hold a heartfelt celebration in her honor. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests donations to the American Heart Association in Linda’s honor.

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5 responses to Linda Gayle Sisk

  1. T Strong says:

    Forever In My Heart … Linda Gayle Kiblinger Sisk … Will Always Be

  2. Patty Murphy says:

    We’re so sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. Love, The Murphys

  3. Sending to all of you my heartfelt condolences. Loved your Mom, grandmother, sister , aunt, cousin, and friend. May God send his special comfort at this most difficult time. I can only imagine what you all are going through my heart aches for your loss. I am thankful to have known Linda she was a special person and will be greatly missed. keeping you all in my prayers.

  4. Terri, Mark, Kylene, and Sisk Family,

    We are so very sorry for your loss. We love the Halls like family and know what Linda meant to you. We are sending prayers of healing and comfort. Please call on us anytime.

    Heather, Kim, and Jackson

  5. Lisa Blevins says:

    I’m so sorry my prayers are with you all and will continue the prayers for you all I loved your Mom she was a sweet heart

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