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Linda Elaine Bickley
May 18, 1950 - February 1, 2004



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JANA CUSTER LIDDELLJANA CUSTER LIDDELL
Camille PenoDarlene Stover
Jana CusterDarlene Stover
Melissa "Daughtry" CappsBeverly Cruz
Bruce & Celeste NanceKeith Isbell
Kelly FrancoKris "Kelley" Nash
Mike KuceraStacie May
Steve KennemerAaron Wilson
Alison Leigh JaggersAngela Reed
Apryl Brimberry-MartinBECKY BRIMBERRY
Becky BrimberryBrandon Miles Upshaw
Carl and Shirley PillowCrhistopher Neal Clark
Dale and Rosetta FullerDan and Julie Basko
Doug & Sheila UpshawEvan Granville Meeks
Johnny and Nancy MatthewsKeath Alan Krueger
Kevin & Nicole MillerLANA WAPLES
Lisa Pillow RobertsLynne Luckhardt Bush
Melissa CappsPat Walton Bauer
RUSSELL GINNScott Hool
Sharon Collins aka Perry or LitchardSusan Shacklett
Tom & Debbie Adams

 

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By: Camille Peno Feb 6, 2004
Jen,

I am so sorry to hear of your loss and just wanted to let you know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
By: Darlene Stover Feb 5, 2004
Bic, Matt, Jen,

I want you all to know how sorry I am about Linda. Though I only really got to know her in the last few years, she was absolutely a joy to be around. I will always remember her somber smiles and comments when Bic would agitate her to no end and her quietness while she observed her surroundings. I will always remember the Frio trips, the many poker games and the way she would always exclaim "Gary?!?!". I owe all of you so much for standing behind Kevin and I and the trials that we have endured. I also owe you so much more for staying friends with Donnie and I, long after everything was said and done. Linda never placed judgement on me and that I will always cherish. Her passing will stay with me for a lifetime and her loss will never be replaced. I love you Bic and you have wonderful friends that will help you through this. = )Darlene
By: Wimpy and Mollye Luce Feb 5, 2004
Dear Jen,



Wimpy and I are both so sorry to hear about your Mom. I didn't get to know her that well, but Laura has always told me such wonderful, sometimes funny and sometimes sad stories about her. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayer



May God lift your spirits with His unfailing love, and quiet your heart with His perfect peace. We love you.
By: Jana Custer Feb 5, 2004
Jen, Thanks for telling me about this website......at the funeral when they talked about how your mom always "took in the strays" talking about her animals, it made me think of how she took all us "strays" in too........and reading the tributes, i see so many people who comment to that effect.........Linda was the least judgemental person I ever met and she was always willing to lend an ear (even if she was rolling her eyes at me) :) I know she was loved by so many and we are all so thankful for what she brought to our lives.....I'm here whenever you need me and I'll check in on the boys. I love you. Jana
By: Steve Kennemer Feb 4, 2004
Gary, Jennifer and Matt,



I heard the news of Linda's passing from Keith Isbell and I would like to express my deepest sympathies. The loss of a loved one is never easy and I pray that you can find some level of peace in the days to come. During the time I knew Linda, she showed me kindness and respect. Probably more than I deserved at the time. For that, I will always remember Linda with the warmest of thoughts.



Sincerely,



Steve Kennemer
By: Kris "Kelley" Nash Feb 4, 2004
Dearest Gary, Jenny, and Matthew,..

I heard about your mother/wife's passing through Traci "Ammons" Hunter.. I am so truely saddened for your loss. Linda was a great woman.. I can remember times Tami "Baker" Martin and my self would spend the night and do things girls our age had no business doing.. and Linda was always there to watch over us and make sure no harm came to us.. I can remember very very many wonderful years of Lakey trips.. floating down the Frio River.. wonderful memories.. Jennifer and Matthew.. I know it is so very very hard to lose a parent and cannot imagine the pain you must be feeling.. Keep the Lord in your heart and you will be fine.. Please feel free to email me anytime I would love to hear from you all.. God Bless you and your family..

Sincerly,

Kris "Kelley" Nash
By: Angela Reed Feb 3, 2004
Gary, Matt,& Jen, I am deeply saddened by the loss of your mother. She was a definite driving force in my life and I will never forget all that she did for me. I just want all of you to know that my prayers are with you through this difficult time.
By: Matthew Bickley Feb 3, 2004
Linda Bickley

Mom was a caring mother and a loving wife. She was also the strongest person that I will ever know. She had a way about her that I can't really explain with words. My mom could make my biggest problem go away with just a smile. You can never replace a lady like Linda Bickley. She was the glue that kept the Bickley house together. I love my Mom so much and I'm going to miss her more then words will ever say. I don't know where I would be right know with out my mom but I know that it wouldn't be as good as where I am now. I want to thank everyone who has helped!!!!!!! I can't name everyone because we would be here for days but to name a few.



Dick Debbie and Sarah Kruger

Keath Kruger and Ali Jaggers

Angela Gentry

Jim and Nina Gentry

Dan and Linda Moga

Thomas and Jill Mileski

T.J. Clinch

Paul and Lisa Shaver

Martin/Brimberrys

Kevin Stover Donnie Stover

Kevin and Nicole Miller

Dr. Rick Young

Cashner Staff

Everyone at Conroe Regional

and everyone else that has helped.

from all the the Bickley family we say thank you and we love you all
By: Apryl Brimberry-Martin Feb 3, 2004
WHAT A TREMENDOUS ROLE YOU HAD IN HELPING ME REACH ADULTHOOD. WHERE CAN I START? THANK YOU FOR MY BEST FRIEND! WHAT WOULD I HAVE DONE WITHOUT JENNIFER? THANK YOU LINDA FOR KNOWING THAT IN ORDER FOR ME TO GROW UP I HAD TO COME THROUGH YOUR DOORS. THANK YOU FOR KEEPING THOSE DOORS OPEN WHEN I KNOW YOU WANTED TO CLOSE THEM. THANK YOU FOR LOVING ME NO MATTER WHAT I HAD DONE. THANK YOU FOR FORGIVING ME WHEN I UPSET YOU. YOU WILL NEVER KNOW HOW INSPIRING YOU WERE TO ME. I HAVE LOST A PIECE OF MY HEART. I KNOW GOD DIDN'T WANT YOU TO SUFFER AND FOR THAT I AM THANKFUL. I AM SO GLAD I WAS ABLE TO SEE YOU AND TELL YOU HOW MUCH I LOVED YOU. WHAT A STRONG PERSON YOU WERE. HOW DID YOU DO IT? IF I CAN ONLY BE HALF AS PATIENT WITH MY CHILDREN. YOU WILL BE MISSED. I LOVE YOU SO MUCH! UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN, GOD BLESS YOU.
By: Becky Brimberry Feb 3, 2004
To Linda, I know that you will be sorely missed by your family. I can only guess the great amount of strenght you must have possessed. I think back now and laugh at some of the antics Jen and April pulled but back then wer were just nervous moms..We did something right because look now at how loving and responsible adults they are both. I am so thankful that you are no longer in pain and that you are in a place where tears and pain do not exist..I know we will all see you again..our life on this earth is so short but our life with the heavenly father is forever..I wish we could have all done more to make your last days more pleasant but I know all your family and friends are so thankful they got to see you. We all take great joy in knowing that you will be forever smiling. Your life will continue in the face of your children and grandchildren and the hearts of all those who loved you. For Gary, Jen, Russell, and Matt, remember the good times you shared with Linda and dont let the last few hours of her pain overshadow all the wonderful times you had together. She left this world knowing that she was well loved by her family. Even though you will miss her tremendously I know that you would not want to bring her back to this earth. May God bless you all and if I can be of any help dont be afraid to lean on your friends..I love you all..
By: Lynne McCrary Feb 3, 2004
Linda, you were my bestest friend. You, Gary, Matt, and Jen were part of my family. For years you were my only family here in Texas. We did Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter, you name it we did it together. No matter what I did, you never judged me, you were always there. You were such a strong woman. Once I got married we saw less and less and less of each other. Even though we didn't see a lot of each other you and your family was always in my heart. Our memories will be forever, Lakey, the Brackman's lake house, the apartment parties in Spring Branch, parasailing (or not). I'll never forget you and I'll look in on Gary from time to time for you. :) I'll see you later.

Love, Lynne
By: Pat Walton Bauer Feb 3, 2004
Linda, we meet at YHS in the Fall of 1966, and became friends for life. We used to "ride around" on weekends in your Corvair and you had on your fake-fur-green-coat that we called "FooFoo". After high school you meet Gary and soon all of Gary's friends where our friends too. We spent the summers at Silver Lake, the A&W or the Chef. You, Betsy and I lived together and that is when we became family. You and Gary where soon married and "the family" would come out to your house/trailor and have fun. We spent so many holidays together, and parites at the Luckhardt's. When Jenny was born she had not only the best mom and dad but a group of friends that loved and cared for her too. When you moved to Texas is the early 70's, Betsy and I missed you much we moved down too. More memories, more holiday together and more fun. I am sorry that I moved back to Michigan before Matt was born and I never got to know him. I did appreciate you sharing stories with me so I could feel close to him too. You where a wonderful mom. I raised my kids with many of your words in my head and I thank you. I will miss you here on Earth. I love you. Say hi to Ronny and Patty.
By: Johnny Matthews Feb 3, 2004
Dear Gary, Jennifer and Matt,

Today was a sad day when I read about Linda. We met in high school, when you Gary, started going with Linda. From there we formed a friendship that has lasted over thirty-five years. One of the greatest honors for me, was when Gary and Linda asked me to be GodFather to Jennifer. An honor I cherish to this day. Linda you will be sorely missed by all who knew you, and I will miss you very much. May God be with all of you, and keep you close to him. You folks are in my prayers.

Love, Noogie
By: Lynne Luckhardt Bush Feb 3, 2004
Dear Bic, I am not sure how to start. I am so saddend by your loss. I wish so much that I could be with you right now. The memories that I have of all of us being together are so deeply ingrained in my mind and my heart. Wasn't it just yesterday that we were all dancing in the basement at our hose on Evelyn street? You and Linda will always be a part of all those wonderful days. You are in all of our thoughts and prayers. Linda is with her Mom and also with both my parents. Thursday is Dino Don's Birthday, he would have been 79. Much love, Lynne
By: Rosetta and Dale Fuller Feb 3, 2004
Gary, Dale and I wish to let you know the sadness we feel for your loss. Linda was a wonderful lady. We are better for knowing her.

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