Linda Sue (Bearden) Strang
March 7, 1947 – February 6, 2020, Wife, Mother, Grandmother, and Child of The Lord Jesus Christ
Linda was born and grew up in Inglewood, California. She graduated from Morningside High School and received a degree in music from El Camino College in Torrance, California.
Linda met her husband, Bob, at church and they were married July 18, 1970. Linda and Bob were blessed with two children, Rhonda Chantelle and Robert Clayton (Jr). Linda is survived by her husband Bob, her daughter Rhonda, her son Clayton, daughter-in-law Jessica, and five grandchildren: Roslyn Celeste, Gwendolyn, Phinian, Duncan, and Beatrix.
Services will be held at 10:00am on Saturday, February 22 at Gateway Fellowship Baptist Church, 60 North Recker Road, Gilbert, Arizona 85234. Interment will be held at 12:30pm on Monday, February 24 at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona 23029 North Cave Creek Road, Phoenix, AZ 85024.
Donations in Linda’s name may be made to Awana Scholarship fund through Gateway Fellowship Church or to St. Jude Children’s Hospital. Flowers are also appreciated.
Holding you up in our prayers and hearts.
I am very sorry for your loss. I am keeping your whole family in my thoughts and prayers.
Even tho I we met only once she made me feel as I have known her all my life. I will always remember the way she joked with you at the table in the restaurant. I felt a little uneasy being around strangers, but seeing her having fun with all of us was comfort enough.She will be missed .
So evey time I look up and see a ray of light shining through the darkest clouds I know she and all we have loved in our moment of life is looking upon us with smiles and comfort.
Know that you are in my thoughts, prayers, and my heart as a brother in Christ.
You are in our thoughts and prayers. We fondly remember taking lessons and square dancing together at the Woodinville grange and other events through church. So sorry to hear about Linda.
Our prayers have gone up for the Strang family.
Bible studies, dinner get togethers, and sweet fellowship are fond memories with Dear Linda. Our comfort is shes with Jesus. Our sadness is for Bob & Family grieving their loss of a dear Wife, Mom, & Grandma. Love & prayers are with you for the Peace of God. Qualms
Lifting you and your family up in prayer, Bob. I was sorry not to see you both at Christmas this year.
It’s hard to express the depth of the loss of Linda. I’m so very grateful for knowing the Strang family for over 30 years, you have my love & condolences.
Sorry to hear of Linda’s Passing.. Praying for the whole family.
Mr. Strang, Rhonda, and Clay,
Jeff and I are so very sorry to hear of this heartbreaking news. My condolences to you and your family and please know that we’re thinking of you.
Even in our sadness, we know that “Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his faithful servants.”
(Psalm 116:15) Remembering Linda’s welcoming friendship and praying that God’s care for you, now, will be very evident, Bob.
We are so sorry for your loss.
We are thinking of you.
Love to you Al and and Jerry