Linda Mae Gloth

01/30/1945 – 12/19/2018

Obituary for Linda Mae Gloth

Linda Mae Gloth, 73, of Lincoln passed away Wednesday, December 19, 2018 at her home in Lincoln, MO. She was born on January 30, 1945 in Sedalia, MO the daughter of Ora and Ola (Smith) Stroup, who preceded her in death.

She worked as a customer service clerk for KCP&L and as a dispatcher for Miller Material in Kansas City, MO. Linda enjoyed playing bingo, crocheting, and was very fond of all animals. She was a professional seamstress. Linda was a avid Kansas City Chiefs fan. She raised three of her grandchildren and especially loved her family. Linda will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.

Survivors include a daughter, Deanna Gloth of Junction City, KS; two granddaughters, Michelle Gloth (Kenneth) of Independence, MO, and Rachelle Gloth of Junction City, KS; a grandson, Jeremy Gloth of Junction City, KS; four great grandchildren, Caidence, Dakota, Hunter, and Oaklee; three brothers, Robert Stroup (Dora) of Nelson, MO, Larry Stroup (Alice) of Springfield, MO, and Gary Stroup (Marjorie) of Houston, MO; two sisters, Betty Sheley and Debbie Cook (David) all of Lincoln, MO.

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by a son, David Gloth.

A memorial service will be announced at a later date.

Arrangements are under the direction of Rea Funeral Chapel.

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There are no words that could ever be enough said about my Sister, but I’ll try. She was warm, loving, helpful (to a fault somethings) give you the shirt off her back. She was just one of those people everyone loved and how she could make you laugh. We had many great times and years together in this life. And I will miss her for a long, long time. She was the best Sister anyone could have had! Love and miss you Sis and may you rest in peace. The Cooks
– Debbie Cook
My Aunt Linda was the type of person who always thought of others before herself. Everytime we would visit she always offered food and drinks. The one food item she never forgot was honey buns. It didn’t matter if we went to her house or meet up with her, she never forgot to give my kids a honey bun. She was deeply love by many and will be missed. Love you so much Aunt Linda.
– The Woodall’s

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