February 3, 2022
Born in: Anderson, IN
Resided in: Anderson, IN
Linda Jo Davis, age 66, of Anderson, passed away on February 3, 2022, after an extended battle with cancer. She was born on May 4, 1955, to the late John and Ann Etchison.
Linda was a graduate of Highland High School, Class of 1973. She was a proud member of the Class Reunion Committee and everyone there was extremely important to her. She tried to stay in touch with everyone. Linda dedicated her life to helping people. She worked in Social Services for many years, volunteered at the Red Cross, Contact Help, Monticello House, and many more. She participated in several walks for a cause throughout her life, including cancer, Alzheimer’s, and MS. She worked in extended care for many years. She would do anything for anyone and didn’t know a stranger. She was a wonderful wife, mother, aunt, sister, and friend who will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.
Linda is survived by her husband of 21 years Charles “Chuck” Davis; son Clayton Newton; brother Don Etchison (Marianne); niece Amanda Griffith (Rocky); nephews Damian Etchison (Emily), and Devin Etchison; several great nieces and nephews; several special friends; brother-in-law Jonathan Davis (Missy) and sister-in-law Cindy Frye (Rick); and 7 nieces and nephews.
She is preceded in death by her parents listed above and both maternal/paternal grandparents.
No services planned at this time. A Celebration of Life will be planned for summer 2022. Cremation was chosen and handled by Legacy Cremation and Funeral Service – Anderson.
May each of you find courage to face tomorrow as you rest in the knowledge that we truly care about each of your needs and that we will be here to walk beside you in your journey of grief.
The staff of Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services
To Linda’s Family….I am so sorry for your loss. Linda and I were in the “journalistic ” clubs at Highland. We both loved pulling pranks on each other. She always had a smile and wanted to be sure we all were having a great day. She is truly missed.
Linda Roundtree Christopher
I cannot even begin to list all the joy she brought to my life. No one was a stranger to Linda. She had a sparkle, a big smile, and a heart of gold. She rescued me at the 40th Highland High School 1973 reunion. I did not recognize anyone (living 1070 away) until Linda got out of her seat and welcomed me to the table that fit me fine. I won the door prize (as all knew my number – my zodiac sign 69. I loved it – A throw with Highland High School and a Scottish man (we were known as the Scots – bagpipes and all. We had a blast and we thought we would have more. But God was ready to take her Home. Like most, she will forever have a place in my heart. I will miss, you Linda, only until we meet again!
Chris loves you so much and I did too
Linda was such a sweet person. Never heard an unkind word from her or about her. And so funny!! The contributions she made in her life will be truly missed. Prayers to her family as they get through this difficult time.
I’m sorry to hear of the bad news. I have not seen or talked to her in years. If there is a service, I would like to know.
You were the best babysitter love you