September 18, 1946 ~ March 10, 2018
Linda Lou Stamm, 71, passed away March 10, 2018 to her eternal resting place with Jesus Christ our Savior.
Linda was courageous until the end.
She was born September 18, 1946. She retired from General Motors with 30 years of service.
Linda loved her husband, children, and grandchildren as well as her great-grandchildren. She also loved all of her animals.
Linda is survived by her husband, Verl Leon Stamm of Anderson; her kids, Todd (Jennifer) Miner, Lacey (Matt) Mankin of Anderson, Fred Stamm of Anderson, and Ryan Stamm; sister, Lucretia Mier of Anderson; grandchildren, Deante (Brandyce) Colon of Atlanta, Georgia, Ben (Ricky) Stokes of Atlanta, Georgia, Brea Brea (Brian) Malcom of Tampa, Florida, Caleb Stokes of Miami, Florida, Melina Stamm of Anderson, Ashley, Justin, and Spenser Miner of Texas, Taylor Gross, Michael, Laney, and Madeline Mankin; and great-grandchildren, Kassidy and Duece Colon, and Jaxon (Jax) and the twins, Lincoln and Brielle Malcom.
Linda was preceded in death by her loving daughter, Kelly Lynn Stokes and her parents, Bob and Peggy Mier.
The family expresses loving thanks to all of the doctors and nurses at Community Hospital in Anderson, Indiana that took great care of Linda.
Contributions in memory of Linda may be made to the Humane Society or the American Cancer Society local chapter.
Visitation is Wednesday, March 14 from 2:00-4:00 PM. The service is at 4:00.
2 Timothy 4:7
Linda fought the good fight, Linda finished her course, Linda has kept the faith.
She gave much more than she ever received and she will be deeply missed.
God sure got a good one today! Love you, Mom! You will be deeply missed!
Sylvia Cotner lit a candle for Linda Lou Stamm
IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢m so sorry for your loss.
So sorry for your loss. Linda was my cousin . My dad, Charles, is Peggy’s brother. Linda and Lucretia grew up with my sisters and brothers (Mike of Anderson; Deborah of Fayetteville, GA; myself of Brownsburg, IN and Jennifer of Anderson). We loved Bob and Peggy and have over the years recalled great stories and events of their lives. Unfortunately over the years all went their separate ways and we grew apart. I am deeply saddened by Linda’s passing as I didn’t do enough to stay closer to her. She will be missed … fortunately I have fond and fun memories of her early life. Again, my deepest condolences to the family.
Butch & Family, I am so sorry for the loss of Linda. Will always remember her and the great times we had working together. RIP Friend.
I am so sorry. Linda and I worked together until my transfer to Saturn. She was so sweet,kind, funny and Loved her Family so much.Ã°Å¸â€™Å¾