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Linda Harriett Stewart

August 28, 1940 — January 26, 2024

Linda Harriet Stewart, a cherished soul known for her loving nature and spirited zest for life, passed away peacefully at her home on January 26, 2024, at the age of 83. Born on August 28, 1940, in Easley, South Carolina, she was the daughter of the late Richard "Slim" W. Stewart and Louise (Gosnell) Stewart. Linda's rich legacy is characterized by her faith-filled life, strong family bonds, and passion for the world around her.

A proud graduate and majorette of Easley High School, Linda's work ethic shone brightly throughout her career. She was a dedicated employee at the Elijean Plant, where she ran warpers with skill and precision. Later, she retired from Alice Manufacturing after many years of committed service, leaving a lasting impression on her colleagues and the community she served.

Linda's life was a vibrant tapestry woven with her love for Native American culture, the thrill of riding a motorcycle, and the joy of her extensive vinyl collection. A devoted fan of Keith Urban and country music, she found comfort and delight in the melodies that echoed her own journey. Linda's bubbly personality was a beacon of light, and she never met a stranger. Her love for the outdoors was evident in her enthusiasm for camping, going to the lake, and spending time at the beach, where she felt most at peace with nature.

Family was the cornerstone of Linda's world. She is predeceased by her father, mother, beloved daughter Kim Casey, and brother Curt Stewart. Her memory will be lovingly carried on by her sisters, Sandra Leatherwood of Easley and Louise Gullette of Greer; step-daughters, Susan Smith of Easley and Teresa Carlisle of Easley; grandchildren, Theodore Casey of Charleston, Joseph McKay of Easley, and Amanda Dibler (Mark) of Pickens; and her 11 great-grandchildren. Linda's warmth extended to her many nieces and nephews, each of whom felt the special bond of her unwavering affection.

Linda's life was a testament to the power of love and the strength of spirit. She navigated life's challenges with grace, and her faith remained her guiding light. Those who knew her were touched by her kindness and inspired by her resilience. Her presence was a reminder that joy can be found in the simple pleasures of life, and that family and friends are the treasures that make life's journey meaningful.

As we bid farewell to Linda Harriet Stewart, we celebrate the legacy she leaves behind—a legacy of love, laughter, and the courage to embrace life's adventures. Her spirit will continue to resonate in the hearts of those she touched, in the stories shared around campfires, and in the melodies that dance on the breeze.

May we find comfort in our memories and solace in the knowledge that Linda's journey was a life well-lived, full of moments cherished and never forgotten? Her spirit, forever woven into the fabric of our lives, will be deeply missed but remembered with every sunrise that promises a new day, just as Linda would have wanted.

Memorial Services will be held Sunday, February 4, 2024, at the Bible Baptist Church, 2522 Gentry Memorial Highway, Pickens, SC.

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