Love you Karen! Thanks for making me smile.
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Linda Monroe Epting, 78, of Lexington, died Tuesday, November 23, 2021, at Lexington Medical Center.
Born on November 27, 1942, in Clinton, she was a daughter of the late Claude Bradley and Anna Woodward “Nick” Monroe. She was a Coordinator of Volunteer Services with the state of South Carolina. Mrs. Epting was a member of Westminister Presbyterian Church on Broad River Road in Columbia. Her interest included square dancing and she loved having lunch with family and friends. Her two-three mile walks each day were always a great joy to her.
She is survived by a son, Bradley E. (Brooks) Epting of North Myrtle Beach; a daughter, Carla E. (Mike) Hatch of Moseley, VA; grandchildren, Dallas Ryan Crouch, Isabella Hatch and Zachary Hatch and her great-grandchildren, Willow, Eryn, Saylor and Luna. She was predeceased by a sister, Ann Saverance.
A Celebration of Life Service will be held in the near future. Memorials may be made to Families of the Wounded Fund, PO Box 5327, Midlothian, VA 23112-0023.
9 condolences for “Linda Epting”
My deepest sympathy to Linda's family and friends in the remembrance of this nice lady who always had a smile and good word for all whom she met.
I was in South Carolina working at the local Utility and was square dancing with the Tanglefoots Square Dance Club when I met Linda and was adopted into the group that would travel to other SD Clubs to steal their club banners, sometimes five in a row in neighboring counties and North Carolina. As a Square Dance group we all were an extended family of sorts, meeting as a group after work at Lizards Thicket. Sharing pictures of Grands which Linda would proudly pass around to show the group. Linda will be missed by many who knew her but remember always her smile and good friendly nature.
May she Rest in Peace.
My sweet, sweet Granna. I love you so much. You will forever be missed.
We are both so sorry to hear that Linda has passed. Linda worked with both of us at Tucker Center and was such a wonderful person to work with. She always had a smile on her face and a happy attitude. I know she loved her family so much and she had such a great love for Mr. Smoak. Hopefully she is back with him again! Happy Birthday in Heaven and Rest In Peace our dear friend.
I worked with Linda at Tucker, Dowdy Gardner, and back to Tucker. She was a giving person and I will miss her deeply.
My sincerest condolences and prayers of peace, comfort and understanding to the entire family.
I have a feeling there is one more star up in the sky and though it will be far away, its light and warmth will travel to us here on earth to make the night a little less dark.
There are so many precious memories.
Love & prayers,
My deepest sympathy goes out to Linda's family, who she loved with all her heart. She was so proud of you and all your accomplishments! Linda blessed my life for over 30 years as a co-worker and a dear friend. We spent time together exercising, square dancing, attending church activities, eating, talking and most of all laughing! As a companion she always made life half as bad and twice as good!
I will miss my cousin Linda so much. She was always smiling and cheerful. A wonderful woman. Her children are a bless to her. Fly above the stars Linda. Tell family hello.
so sorry to hear about Linda passing, I will always cherish our child hood days growing up together in the hopewell community of Laurens county and in later lives our square dancing together her as a dancer and I as a square dance caller. always looked forward to seeing Linda when I was in the columbia area calling. she was always talking about her grand children and family I know she will be missed by all her family and friends.our prayers go out to all of her friends and family during this sad time. donnie and Annette devore
My deepest sympathy for all the family and friends of this sweet lady. She loved her family & she showed off her pictures of the grands every chance she got. She was a longtime member of the Tanglefoots Square & Round Dance Club and I am a Columbia Twirlers member. We have danced in the same square of eight many times over the years. She had a great partner on the Square Dance floor in David Smoak over the years.
We will miss Linda so very much and pray for comfort & peace for all of us.