Linda Ann Stafford

Linda Ann Stafford
Linda Ann Stafford

Linda Ann Stafford, 87, of Amarillo, Texas passed away on December 3, 2023.

Services will be at 2:00 P.M., Thursday, December 7, 2023, in the Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel with Pastor Greg Corona as officiant. Private burial will be at Llano Cemetery. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Linda was born in Amarillo, Texas on September 23, 1936, to Berta Selby (Walker) and James Blair Redfearn. She attended Alice Landergin, Nixon, Amarillo High School, Oklahoma State University, and Amarillo College. Linda met her husband Charles at Amarillo College playing Bridge and married on May 18, 1957. She worked at various jobs as a Legal Secretary, and bookkeeper, teaching office skills at Amarillo College, and proofreading for Court Reporters.

She loved depression glass and various antiques. She opened a small depression glass shop in her front living room then moved it to 6th Street. She also participated in depression glass shows to show off her work. Linda volunteered with Meals on Wheels and Sharing Hope. She loved to choose Angels off the Angel Tree each Christmas. She loved spending time with her family and friends and enjoyed camping, riding motorcycles, playing bridge, and games. Linda enjoyed quilting and she made beautiful keepsake quilts for her children and grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Jim and Berta Redfearn: brother, Bob Redfearn; son, Clay Stafford; husband, Charles Stafford; nephew, Collin Stafford; and brother-in-law, Caroll Stafford.

Linda is survived by her daughter, Neely Lankford and husband Kevin of Amarillo, TX; son Brian Stafford of Bristol, VA; grandchildren, Adria Arnett (Kyle), David Lankford (Julie), Monique Reyna, and Ricky Lankford all of Amarillo, TX, Tiffany Stafford and Matt Lankford (Kaitlyn) of Canyon, TX, Brandon Stafford (Monica) of Lubbock, TX; and 14 great-grandchildren.


3 Replies to “Linda Ann Stafford”

  1. I first met Linda at Thursday Bible Study, and we later worked together as volunteers at Sharing Hope Ministry. I loved her very much and am so sorry for your loss.

  2. I am so sorry to learn about your mom’s passing. She and Joe were such great friends as were she and Kay. They will meet her with open arms. Love, Marjorie Walsh.

  3. I will always remember Aunt Linda as being kind and loving. As a kid we spent every Christmas Eve with the Stafford family forming lasting memories. Heaven is getting another good one.

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