July 7, 1980 ~ April 21, 2022

Born in: Glasgow, Kentucky
Resided in: Allons, Tennessee

Linda Rich Jordan, 41, of Allons, Tennessee passed away Thursday, April 21, 2022. She was born in Glasgow, Kentucky on July 7, 1980 to the late Billy Frank Rich and Loretta Harper Demler, who survives. Linda was a truck driver and loved being on the road.

Survivors include her partner, Elliot Vaughn; seven children, Gregory, Amari, and Aniya Jordan, Troy, Arie, Annie, and Carley Vaughn; three brothers, William Rich (Bridget), Michael C. Dyer (Deana), Joseph Ray Dyer; and two sisters, Mincie Meadows and Judy Kirk (Bennie).

In addition to her father, she was preceded in death by one brother, Billy Rich, Jr.

The funeral service for Mrs. Jordan will be held 3:00 PM Monday, April 25th at A. F. Crow & Son Funeral Home with military honors provided by DAV Chapter #20. Visitation will be on Monday morning from 11:00 AM until time for the service at the funeral home. A. F. Crow & Son is honored to be entrusted in the care of Mrs. Jordan. Please share your condolences with the family at

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  1. Linda was the light of our days. She always was smiling and had a funny story to tell. She was our daughter and we love her so much. Our hearts are broken behond belief .We are missing her so much already,

  2. Laura Bryant. A very nice friend and classmate. Gone too soon. Hugs love and prayers for the family.

  3. Linda always had a smile and enjoyed life. She was a previous employee of the Putnam County Sheriff Department and many of us had the honor and privilege of working with and knowing her. Thoughts and prayers to her family and children. She will be remembered by all.

  4. Linda was a great friend and even better co-worker. If there was anyone in the world who said what she meant and meant what she said it was her! Rest easy friend.

  5. You’ll always be a hero to me. You touched so many people in your lifetime. God takes the best and you truly was. Love ya friend.

  6. Linda, RIP my friend. Remember when you and William rode with your dad in his big truck. You both wasn’t as tall as the gear shift. Love have you as a soldier. LOVE TO YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS.

  7. My dear,darling daughter there are no words to describe the loss we’re all feeling. Know that you are loved so much. You will missed.

  8. My dear darling daughter there is no words to describe the loss we feel.Just know how much your loved. You will be missed

  9. With deepest sympathy for your loss. You will be in our thoughts and prayers. May God offer you comfort during this difficult time.

    Todd & Brittany Newport & Family / Justin Meadows Friends

  10. I had’nt know linda long, but I will always remember how friendly she was, and that beautiful smile. rest in peace.

  11. Prayers 🙏 for the family. So sorry for your loss! Linda was my cousin and she will be missed, She was always so friendly and always smiling! William and Judy, love❤️you!
    I know exactly what you are going through, I lost my brother a year ago this past March.
    Love Connie & Harvey

  12. I’m so very sorry to hear this, she was a wonderful person, I served with her and William. Prayers to William and the rest of the family, God Bless.

  13. With deepest sympathy from the Lorenzen family, Timothy, Sandra, Melissa, Jacob and Loren. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

  14. Words do not express the love you touched to so many people. RIP Linda. You will always be a hero in my heart!

  15. Sending prayers of comfort and love to sweet Aniya. I’m so sorry you are walking this road right now. Please know you are loved and prayed for daily. Your classmates and Mr. Antwine are also thinking of you.

  16. Williams, Steve and I are sorry to hear about the loss of your sister . Prayers for your family .

  17. So sorry for the loss of Linda. Such a tragedy at a young age. She was very friendly to my husband, son and myself each time we saw her. We have you all on our prayer list.

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