Linda Corbin

Linda Corbin

Linda Faye Corbin was born the daughter of Samuel Elmer Blair and Neta Ruth (Earls) Blair on December 10, 1954, in Fort Smith, Arkansas, and departed this life on December 19, 2014, at her home in Mammoth Spring, Arkansas, at the age of 60 years.

She is survived by one daughter, Casey Dawn Peters of Mammoth Spring, Arkansas; one son, Adam Curtis Peters and wife, Nicole of Searcy, Arkansas; four grandchildren, Madison Brooke Peters, Paige McKenzie Peters, Johnathan Tyler Peters, and Rachel Nicole Peters, all of Searcy, Arkansas; one brother, Don Blair of Maumelle, Arkansas; other relatives and many friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Samuel and Neta Blair, and sister-in-law, Marie Blair.

Linda graduated from college with a Bachelors Degree in Nursing. She was a Registered Nurse, working as an inspector of nursing homes for the State of Arkansas Department of Human Services.

Linda enjoyed watching professional bull riding, reading crime novels, and watching birds and deer often found in her yard. Most of all, she dearly loved her family and treasured spending time with them.

Linda was truly a great lady, and will be remembered forever for her wit, her many acts of kindness, and her selfless devotion to her family, friends and profession. She will truly be missed by her family and many friends.

Memorial Services will be Saturday, December 27, 2014, at 2:00 PM in the Carter Funeral Home Chapel at Thayer, Missouri with Brother Kenn DeShane officiating.

Burial of cremains will be in the Moten Cemetery at Mammoth Spring, Arkansas with services under the direction of Carter Funeral Home, Inc. in Thayer.

 

 

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25 Responses to Linda Corbin

  1. Kay Rohde says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time of great loss. Linda was a truly great lady, and will be remembered forever for her wit, her many kindnesses, and her selfless devotion to her profession.

  2. Mary Lynn Cole says:

    I will miss you, my dear friend. I love you very much and you will remain in my heart forever.

  3. Brandi Long says:

    Working with Linda taught me so much. She was a priceless person and will be terribly missed. Thoughts and prayers are with the families feeling this loss.

  4. Rosemary Kerr says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. Linda was a joy to work with, always brought laughter when she called me or talked with me. She loved her grandchildren–would accuse me of costing her money whenever she would be surveying near where they live. Oh how she loved to go to the bull riding rodeos. She has brought joy to heaven I know.

    Rosemary

  5. Melody Jones Blackwell says:

    Will miss Linda as a friend and a co-worker. Condolences to her children.

  6. Robert Poffenbarger says:

    Linda was a wonderful lady. I enjoyed working with her. Loved her sense of humor.

  7. Charlie & Charlotte Herrick Hurtt says:

    Rest in peace, dear friend. Linda was truly one of a kind and if you ever met her you would never forget her. She brought so much joy and laughter to those around her. I am blessed to have had her in my life and could call her my friend.

  8. Janet & Steve Alford says:

    Adam & Casey so sorry for your loss, Linda was a very good friend made you laugh all time I sure will miss her, but she is looking down at us & smiling, Love you Linda

  9. Miki Ford says:

    Linda, such a great spirit. It was great pleasure working with her and the many laughs we shared together. It was so hard for her to say Fruit punch when we would always make our Sonic breaks after work. We would laugh so hard. My symphathy is with you all in your loss of a mother, grandmother, and friend.

    Miki Ford

  10. Margie Wilkinson says:

    Sending love and prayers to Casey, Adam, Nichole, and the Grandchildren . Linda,was my coworker for several years who became a dear friend. Rest in peace Linda and know how much you are loved and will be missed.

  11. Sybil Adams says:

    Linda was a joy to work with and kept us laughing with her wittiness, she will be missed by many. Prayers for her family during this time. Rest in peace Linda!

  12. Lori Hobbs says:

    My thoughts and prayers for Linda’s family. Rest in peace, Linda – I will miss you so much. It was a privilege to know and work with you.

  13. charlene Worsham says:

    Linda was a wonderful and caring person. I loved working with Linda as she was a joy to be around. Prayers for her family at this time of loss.

  14. Paula Smith says:

    I feel like I’ve lost my best friend. She was one of a kind. She was a wonderful person and we will miss her dearly. I love you.

  15. Sherry Gruber says:

    Linda was truly a jewel, I learned a lot working closely with her. She was a fabulous person with a very kind heart. She always talked very highly of Casey, Adam and his wife, and all her grandchildren. I will miss Linda but I know she is in Heaven. I’m so sorry for your loss, sending loving prayers to the family. Rest in peace my dear friend.

  16. Andy Paladino says:

    Your humor and quick wit will surely be missed. I enjoyed each and every opportunity that was given to me to learn from such a brilliant nurse.

  17. Cephas Beene-Cooper says:

    I will miss Linda. She was always smiling and laughing. She made those around her smile too. Condolences to her family. You are in my thoughts and prayers at this time.

  18. Robin Merkel says:

    I always enjoyed being around Linda, we loved exchanging sarcasms, so much fun and so entertaining. I have no doubt the unconditional love she held for her children and grandchildren. I will truly miss her! My prayers are with her family, you have a very special mother and grandmother!

  19. Bridget Debby Mauldin says:

    What a special lady. Always smiling and talking about her family.

  20. Cindy Hatman says:

    Casey, Adam and grandkids, my prayers are with you. I always loved Linda and looked forward to seeing her anytime and anywhere. She spread joy, love and laughter where ever she went. She will be missed. May you find peace in this sad time.

  21. A Friend says:

    Goodbye to a very special woman.

  22. Faye Garland says:

    My heart has been very saddened to hear of my dearest coworker {Linda} passing. I can’t began to tell you how much I’m going to miss her. Casey, Adam, Nicole and ” The Darling Grandkids’ as she would affectionately say. I feel as though I have met you before because Linda talked about you so much.
    She was motherly to me at work . She took me under her wings and taught me so much. I will miss her greatly! I find Peace and Consolation in knowing that she is Resting In The Lord.
    I will continue to Pray that God give you strength to endure such a trial at this time in your life. Linda I am looking forward to the day we reunite in Heaven. I know you will have so many stories to tell me. Take Your Rest My Friend! Loved You So Much

  23. Norma Rushing says:

    So sorry for your loss, Linda never failed to make me laugh.

  24. maxine freeman says:

    Words cannot express the loss felt at this time. My sympathy goes out to Casey, Adam and those beloved grandchildren that she so adored. I will continue praying for you through such a time of sorrow. I worked with Linda for the last 10 years. She was a joy. My consolation and strength at this time is knowing that she is in a place of comfort and forever loving joy now and that one day we will see her again.

  25. Cindy Botard says:

    Casey & Adam I was so sorry to just hear about your Mom today. So sorry I missed the service. Your Mom and I had so much fun working together. She was a really good friend to me and was so good to me while I was sick. I know you will miss her so much but
    you two were always the sparkles in her eyes!