Linda

December 2, 1943 ~ December 12, 2020


Resided in: Owensboro, KY

Linda Faye Vandiver Green, 77, passed away December 12, 2020 at Twin Rivers Nursing and Rehabilitation in Owensboro, KY.

Linda Faye Vandiver Green was born on December 2, 1943 to the former J.C. and Lottie Vandiver. She was married to Thomas (Gayle) Green on June 14, 1968.

Linda never had children, but loved her nieces and nephews dearly. Linda worked and retired from Macy’s in Owensboro, KY.

Linda leaves behind two brothers, Richard (Sheila) Vandiver of Calhoun, KY and Robert (Susan) Vandiver of Madisonville, KY and several nieces and nephews.

Linda is a member of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Owensboro, KY.

Services will be streamed 2:00 pm Thursday, December 17, 2020 via Zoom, with burial to follow.

Linda will be buried in the Calhoun, KY Cemetery with her parents.

Haley McGinnis Funeral Home & Crematory is both honored and privileged to be entrusted with the care of Mrs. Green. Share your messages of condolence with the family of Linda Faye Vandiver Green and sign her virtual guestbook by going to www.haleymcginnis.com

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  1. I’m so sorry to hear the passing of Linda. I worked with her at famous Barr for a couple of years. She was a sweet and generous woman. My prayers are with the family.

  2. Richard and Robert,
    So sorry to see of Linda’s passing. Know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and your families.

    Tony & Becky Vandiver

  3. Aunt Linda, I will always cherish the memories we had with you. When I was little I remember how excited I got to know we were going to visit you. Even as an adult I always looked forward to seeing you. You could always make me laugh, and you loved to laugh. I will always remember your laugh, a laugh my dad said I inherited from you. He said we cackle like hens! Ha! Ha!. I will always be grateful for advice you gave me, whether it be on relationships or make-up tips. I admired your talent for drawing, decorating and your good taste. We shared a love of cats. I admired how you stood up for people and how you tried to help people. You were a kind, loving woman. You were my favorite, fun-loving Aunt and we always knew we were going to have a good time when we were with you. You were beautiful inside and out. I will miss you , but when I think of you I will remember you smiling and laughing. I know you would want us to remember you that way. I love you. – Monica

  4. Linda,
    I never had the opportunity to meet you but if you were anything like your nieces I’m sure you were an outstanding lady. Your family has welcome me with open arms and warm hearts and I’m sure I would of loved you just as much as I love your brother his wife and your nieces. My thoughts and prayers are with your whole family.

  5. Oh how I remember this beautiful lady! I first started in Cosmetics, at Bacons, which was Macy’s along time ago. She taught me so much and had this beautiful spirit! To the family, my prayers for comfort! She was loved by many, and will be so missed!

  6. To the brothers of Ms. Linda,

    I offer my deepest condolences. Ms.Linda, and I worked together (Famous Barr) Ms. Linda in Fragrance and I in Lancome. Ms. Linda was indeed beautiful,fun, and a lovely woman whose smile was contagious. But, you already know this, don’t you…

  7. Linda, You will be missed you and I such a bond. You would buy me dresses when you worked at sears. I spent the nite with you from the age of 6 to 46. We always had fun. We knew many of each other’s secrets. I loved you very much. Your heart was big as gold. Loved you high as the sky and deep as the ocean.

  8. Linda, You will be missed you and I had such a bond. You would buy me dresses when you worked at sears. I spent the nite with you from the age of 6 to 46. We always had fun. We knew many of each other’s secrets. I loved you very much. Your heart was big as gold. Loved you high as the sky and deep as the ocean.

  9. I met Linda while working at Famous Barr and we remained close taking trips and and talking on phone. Lost touch after she retired. I will treasure our friendship.

  10. My sincere condolences to the brothers & family of MS Linda. I was a Dept. Manager for Famous Barr/Macy’s when Linda worked in the fragrance dept. She was a kind, loving and a fun lady. I loved to hear her laugh! I am sure she will be missed by all who knew her.

  11. Linda Green Family, so sorry to hear about the death of our dear friend. We will miss her smiling face…but the resurrection is coming and we will welcome her back with open arms!

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