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Linda J. Vick

1944- 2021
Thursday, December 23, 2021
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Linda Joe Blackburn Coleman Vick, age 77, passed away at home on Nov. 27, 2021, after a lengthy illness.

Born on March 2, 1944 in Weatherford, Texas, Linda was the daughter of the late Ellis “Jack” Blackburn and Audie Sharpe Blackburn.

There will be a private family memorial at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to The Humane Society of North Texas, 1840 E Lancaster Ave, Fort Worth, Texas 76103.

The family moved to the Agnes Community where Linda attended Springtown ISD, graduating in 1962. Linda then moved to Fort Worth where she attended Brantley-Draughon Business School, Tarrant Jr. College and graduated from Dallas Baptist University.

Retiring from Federal Government Fort Worth HUD Regional Office, Linda still continued to meet with the HUD Retirees Association where she served on the


Linda had a keen interest in family genealogy and was a member of Daughters of the American Revolution. She was also a member of the Council IV International Training in Communications, International Graphoanalysis Society, Texas Chapter of Graphoanalysis and a member of the Ridglea Country Club until her illness.

Linda loved to travel and enjoyed many cruises around the world. Linda loved animals and adopted from and supported the Humane Society of North Texas.

Linda was preceded in death by husbands, Richard Madison Coleman in 1981 and Mayo Elliot Vick in 2015; siblings, Jacqueline Herring, Billie Jean Chilcutt, Floyd Blackburn and Richard Blackburn; niece, Joan Eaton; and nephew Kenneth Herring.

Linda is survived by nieces, Leana Futrell, Corlisa Cunningham, Jimmie Sue Siebold, Barbara Blackburn, Laurie Richmond and Martha Blackburn; nephews, David Blackburn, Jackie E. Blackburn and Russell Blackburn; and cousin, Marty Sharpe.

The family of Mrs. Vick wishes to thank Mila Porras for her assistance in coordinating the care which their aunt received over the past two years, along with the Holy Savior Hospice and Palliative Care for their kind and compassionate care for their aunt.

The Springtown Epigraph Dec. 23, 2021 Edition