Linda Kay Bagrich

Linda Kay Bagrich
Linda Kay Bagrich

Linda Kay Bagrich, 63, of Amarillo, TX gained her wings Wednesday, February 3, 2021.

Services will be at 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, February 9, 2021, in the Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel at 2800 Paramount Blvd. with Gary Wilcox officiating. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, Amarillo.

Mrs. Bagrich was born in Amarillo, TX on May 29,1957, to Clifford and Stella Jewett. She was married to her late husband James Bagrich for 25 years. She was employed at Maywood, Inc. for 20 years and spent the past 22 years as a clerk for the United States Postal Service, where she formed many long-lasting friendships.

Mrs. Bagrich loved traveling, gambling, and fishing with her fiance Paul Corpening. She absolutely loved spoiling her 13 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. She was the ultimate caregiver to anyone and everyone. If she knew you she loved you. She will be missed by her 3 furbabies Bella, Coco, and Rusty.

She was preceded in death by: her parents, late husband James Bagrich,her dear sister Barbara Mason, her precious nephew Brandon Mason, and brother in law Walt Bagrich.

Survivors include her fiancé, Paul Corpening of the home; brother, Bobby Jewett of Pampa; daughters, Kristie Underwood and husband Jarrod, Krishauna McKinney and husband Earl both of Amarillo, and Deborah Harman of Austin; sons, James Bagrich Jr and wife Rhonda of San Antonio, and Richard Bagrich and wife Amanda of Austin; grandchildren, Allen, Brandi, Kaci, Makaila, Mitchell, Lindsey, Jordan, Hope, Austin, Kiauna, Hanna, Kaitlin, and Destiny; and eight great-grandchildren. Also, her bonus family Desiree, Jen, Destiny, Jaydn, and Devon. Plus her special nieces, nephews and extended family members.

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26 Replies to “Linda Kay Bagrich”

  1. So many childhood memories RIP my dear friend you will be missed! What a beautiful service. Prayers for the family!

  2. Sara and I loved Linda more than just a friend. She kept me in line. She was always there when my life went sideways. God knows it did that plenty. She welcomed Sara and treated her like she was a lifelong friend. That meant everything to me. She will be missed dearly…..and one day I’ll tell y’all about how a Linda comment (you know the kind) mimicked a thrash metal song and we all cracked up hysterically when it was brought up. She’s one of a kind. We wouldn’t trade our memories for anything. Including trying to BBQ during a deluge. We love ya!

  3. Much Love and many prayers. Linda was such a special lady and will be greatly missed. We are so sorry that we could not attend in person.

  4. There are no words really. You knew me as a little girl and through out my life ! I started doing your hair and the girls right after I got my license and stayed with me for 30 years! Oh the talks we have had . You will forever be in my heart ❤️ I love you and your family. We will talk again ….

  5. I am sorry I am not able to be in Amarillo for the beginning of your new life. You will be missed and loved forever!

  6. To Kristie Underwood,
    I never forget your mom. I remember you & your mom been working together at PO for many years. May our Lord comforts you and your family and also, PO friends.

    Peace and love,
    Tonya MacDonald

  7. Linda was a wonderful woman. I miss our talks while we walked in the park. Prayers for peace and comfort. Until we meet again.

  8. Linda was always one of my favorite people
    Very sweet and loving
    Worked with her at Maywood inc. and then she became employed at postal service 5 yrs later after I was hired .

    My condolences to her family

  9. I am so sorry to her about Linda passing. I am praying for the family. I know you will be greatly missed. In the presence of the Lord there is no pain or suffering. Rest in God presence

  10. I worked with Linda at Maywood Inc. I was always impressed with her as a co-worker ( Linda and I started there the same year, 20 years as co-workers) and even more impressed with her as a lovely lady. Strong, wise, kind, friendly and sincere. Linda was an impressive person.

    I hope that this hurt will heal soon and be replaced with sweet memories. Take care of each other. My heart is sending hugs to all of the family.

  11. R.I.P. sweet Linda. Your struggle is over now rest in Jesus’ arms. Be with your Mom &Dad, Barbara, Jimmy, Brandon & all your loved ones who have gone before. We will miss you, but we’ll see you again.

  12. So sad to hear of Linda’s passing. Linda was such a sweet lady and so many great memories of working with her and Kristie at Maywood. May God be with you all during this difficult time.

  13. David and I are so very sorry. We are keeping you all in our thoughts; and praying you find some peace in your wonderful memories.. and the legacy Linda leaves with you all. It’s so apparent how fiercely she loved her family.
    Warm Regards,
    David and Kandy Caffee

  14. Life is so short, we never did get together for bingo and catching up, the last time I seen you was Jimmy’s funeral😭😇❤️😇 but I did tell you I love you before your last hospital stay. Glory to God for taking you home to be with Him ❤️

  15. There will be no more death’ or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away. The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit. He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds. Do not let your hearts be troubled.

    Rest easy…

  16. May happy memories of your “Nana” & “Mom” bring you all comfort during these hard times. Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs!

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