of Cordova, TN
September 7, 1941 - January 4, 2021
Linda Lee McMeans, 79, passed from this life into the loving arms of her Savior, Jesus Christ, on January 4, 2021.She was preceded in death by her parents, Roy and Gwen Sechrest; and daughter-in-law, Barbara McMeans.Those left to cherish her memory are her sisters, Rebecca "Becky" Inderbitzen (Larry), and Jan Bell (Davis); sons, Chris (Jodie), Mark, and Brian McMeans (Marcie) as well as 12 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.She was a woman who loved life, loved her family, and loved her Lord.Her sweet nature and loving kindness will be remembered by all who were touched by her. She will be dearly missed.She will be lying in state at Roller-Citizens Funeral Home, on Monday, January 11, 2021 from 9:00am to 1:00pm. Funeral Services will be held on Monday, January 11, 2021 at Roller-Citizens Funeral Home at 1:00pm.Roller-Citizens Funeral Home will be following guidelines issued by the local Department of Health and the CDC regarding COVID-19. Social distancing of at least six feet is recommended for funeral services and all funeral attendees are requested to wear masks.
Linda was a beautiful woman who shared her joy of life with everyone. She loved and nurtured our little one when I went back to work. She spoke often of her faith and family. She truly was a remarkable woman who we think of often. We love you Linda!
I first met Linda when we were teenagers, both at WMHS. We also attended church together at FBC. I was two years behind her in school, but very quickly learned that she and my brother, Roy, were meant to be together. Along with her sister, Becky, and her best friend (?), we served as attendants at their wedding in 1959. (Even baby sister Jan was there.) Linda was always upbeat and smiling, always happy and radiant. She was a wonderful mother and a loving sister-in-law. She will always be remembered as kind and an unashamed child of God. Rest in peace, Linda, as you enjoy the freedom from all health issues.
So very sorry to hear of Linda's death. She and I graduated from WMHS in the same class. Was so happy to see her a few years back at one of our class reunions.. Please know the family is in my thoughts and prayers.Loretta (Prater) Higgins
We have so many good memories of when the McMeans and Terrell families were so close. Our epic camping trips. Our boating adventures. The holidays we spent together. While we were so young and so different we were best friends. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Larry,Micki,Jay and Traci
I am sorry not to be able to be with all of you at the service. But do know I will be thinking of you that day and thinking of Aunt Linda. Love, Sheila Rae
Linda & I were much closer than Uncle & Niece. While her Dad, Roy was in the Army during WWII, Gwen & Linda lived with us. We were all Family. She was just like my little sister. I loved her very much.
We pray for comfort in your loss, and joy as you remember and celebrate her life.Roy and Twylia
Rest in Heaven. Love the Jones Family
I am sorry for the loss of your dear loved one. Having recently lost a parent, I understand your pain. Thankfully, she is no longer in pain.
Love you Mom!You are missed but thought of everyday.