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Linda Sue Clevenger

A gentle soul, a beacon of light, Linda Sue Clevenger graced this world on June 30, 1943, in the quiet town of Ashland, Kentucky. With a heart full of love, she carved a path of kindness and warmth in her journey through life.


She dedicated her days to nurturing her family, finding solace and joy in the simple pleasures of being a homemaker. The loss of her beloved husband, Hugh Clevenger, and a several sisters and brothers, served as poignant moments in her life, yet she persevered with grace and strength, surrounded by the love of her four daughters and their husbands: Robin and Jim Thacker, Missy and Randy Adkins, Deborah and Brian Beckett, Renea and Harold Cox, cherished granddaughter, sarah, sisters and brother in laws: Mary and Darrell Bowling, Connie Cheney, and Teresa and Bruce Fraser, and brother and sister in law, Gerald and Donna Blair.


An embodiment of love and devotion, Linda was a cherished grandmother to eleven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Her legacy of family bonds and unwavering love will forever be cherished and remembered in their hearts.


She found peace in the simple joys of life, relishing in the thrill of a bingo game and cherishing every moment spent with her loved ones. Linda’s presence brought warmth and comfort to all who knew her, her light shining brightly in the hearts of those she touched.


May her spirit find eternal peace as we remember her with reverence, gratitude, and love. Linda’s light will continue to shine through the memories she created, forever etched in the hearts of all who knew her.


“Those we love don’t go away; they walk beside us every day.

Unseen, unheard, but always near; still loved, still missed, and very dear.”


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