of Marshall, AR
July 8, 1951 - March 18, 2022
Linda Marian Holthusen, age 70 of Marshall, Arkansas passed from this life on Friday, March 18th, 2022 at her home. She was born in Van Buren, Arkansas on July 8th, 1951 to Henry Sheppard and Dorothy Taylor Sheppard.Linda and her sisters (Brenda and Glenda) were the first set of triplets born in Crawford County Arkansas. Her mother not expecting three daughters let the delivery nurse name the girls and she made the girls first and middle names rhyme (Brenda Karen, Glenda Sharon, Linda Marian). She was widowed at a young age and often worked two jobs at a time to care for her children. She loved watching old westerns, listening to county music, thrift store and catalog shopping, and her beloved cat. She liked to make people laugh and had a giving heart. Survivors include her son Paul Holthusen of El Monte, California; daughters, Angela Morgan (Jeff) of Monett, Missouri and Amanda Patterson (Jeff) of Marshall; grandchildren, Kelsey Boyd (Logan) of Marshall, Ryan Patterson of Marshall, Katelyne Seal of Anderson Missouri, Wesley Seal of Monett Missouri, Justin Holthusen of San Diego, California, Jasmine Holthusen of Laredo, Texas; great-grandchildren, Danya and Ella Lewis of Anderson Missouri; siblings, William (Sara) Sheppard of Natural Dam Arkansas, Brenda Elmore of Mansfield Arkansas and Glenda Bryant of Fort Smith Arkansas; and many extended family and friends.Linda is preceded in death by her parents, Henry and Dorothy Sheppard; her husband, Paul Douglas Holthusen; and daughter, Venus Marie Holthusen.A memorial service will be held at Shamrock Cemetery in Chester Arkansas on May 28th, 2022.
So sorry for your loss sending prayers for all your family ❤️🩹🙏
I’m so sorry for your loss, she was a sweet lady. Mandy you was a great daughter taking care of her. May the Lord give you and your family comfort and peace in your time of sorrow.
So sorry for your loss. It is hard to loose your Moma but it happens to all of us. She is walking in Heaven now and celebrating. That is what we have to hold onto is that if we live for God we will see them again. Love you guys and we’re here if you need us
Linda was a wonderful neighbor and an even better friend. My prayers are with her family at this sad time. She always had a hug and "I love you, Sis" for me and we always enjoyed our thrift store shopping together. I will always miss her.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. May your memories bring you comfort in the days ahead.