Linda

October 15, 1953 ~ March 24, 2020

Born in: Fort Knox, KY
Resided in: Leitchfield, KY

Linda Gail Stewart, age 66 of Leitchfield, passed away Tuesday, March 24th 2020 at her residence. She was born October 15th 1953 in Fort Knox, KY, the daughter of James Roger Odle & Dorlis Jean Mattingly Odle. She was a retired teacher’s aide at Oran P. Lawler Elementary School.

She is survived by her husband, Robert Stewart, Jr., two children, Jarrod Scott Stewart (Patty) & Robin Lynn Baird, four grandchildren, Benton Scott Stewart, Payton Ray Stewart, Myranda Whitfield, & Shelby Waynescott, two great grandchildren, Jaxon & Thea Waynescott, one sister, Teresa Ann Odle, two sisters-in-law, Carol Barton & Gloria Huff, and several aunts, uncles, & cousins.

Other than her parents, she was preceded in death by one son, Robert James Stewart.

Funeral services will be private.

Watson & Hunt Funeral Home is both honored and privileged to be entrusted with the care of Mrs. Stewart. Share your messages of condolence with the family of Linda Stewart at www.watsonhuntfuneral.com.

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  1. Teresa Odle we are so sorry to hear about Linda, our prayers are with you and your family, asking God to hold you tightly and send love and peace to all of you now and the sad times ahead. My phone number is 270-438-3642 and if I can help any way, I’d be glad too
    Love you girl

  2. So sorry for your loss; both of my children had her in Lawler. My oldest son Is autistic and she was very good with him. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers; pray you find comfort in the days ahead.

  3. In memory of Linda. I worked with Linda at Lawler Elementary School. She was always helpful with anything I need on the computer. I consider Linda as a good friend. I will truly miss her.

  4. I was so sorry to hear about Linda. I certainly enjoyed working with her at Lawler as the computer aid, but even more as my helper with the ESS Program. We shared some fun field trips and other projects with the kids. My sympathy also goes to Jarrod, who was one of my special students, and Robert who was one of our classmates at Caneyville.
    Mary Leslie Davis

  5. Dear Junior and family, I am so sorry, Linda was a beautiful person. You all are in our thoughts and prayers. Love You All . Vickie Sue , Aunt Nell and Family

    • Jarrod, so sorry to hear of your family’s loss. I remember her helping during our Cub Scout events and your sporting activities with Nolan. May the wonderful memories comfort your family. Your mom was a wonderful lady!

  6. Linda was my first niece and we all fought over who got to hold her or play with her. She was a beautiful, smart, and loving child who turned into a beautiful, smart, and loving woman. I missed her when they moved back to Kentucky. I know she was overjoyed to have Jarrod and then her beautiful grandkids.

    I am so sorry for your loss Robert, Jarrod and Teresa.

    May God be with you in your grief and great loss

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