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Linda Sue Rogers

February 4, 1948 — June 17, 2023


Ladies and gentlemen, family, and friends.

Today, we gather here to celebrate the life of an extraordinary woman Linda Sue Roberts-Rogers—a woman who embodied the very essence of love. We come together to honor her memory, cherishing the countless blessings she brought into our lives. Linda was an awesome, kind, loving, helpful, and undeniably beautiful woman, whose love knew no bounds. She held her husband, three kids, grandkids, family, and friends close to her heart, and her love for them was a guiding light throughout her life.


When we think of this remarkable woman, our hearts swell with gratitude for having been touched by her unwavering love. Linda’s love for her husband Big Wayne is a testament to the strength and beauty of their bond. She cherished their partnership, their laughter, and their shared dreams. Their love is a source of inspiration to all who witnessed it—a love that endured through the highs and lows, a love that weathered the storms of life with unwavering faith.


Her love for her three children Toyah, Tonya, and Lil Wayne is nothing short of extraordinary. She poured her heart into their upbringing, providing them with unwavering support, guidance, and a safe haven to call home. Her love knew no boundaries, and she celebrated their successes, comforted them in their failures, and cheered them on in their pursuits. Her children are her pride and joy, and her love for them is a beacon of strength that guides them through life's challenges.


And then there were her grandkids Tristan and Taigan—the apples of her eye. Her face would light up with sheer delight as she watched them grow and flourish. She showered them with love, nurturing their dreams and filling their lives with joy and laughter. She was their biggest fan, their confidante, and their safe harbor. Her love wrapped them in a warm embrace, and her legacy will forever be etched in their hearts.


Her love extended far beyond her immediate family, reaching out to embrace her extended family and friends. She had a way of making everyone feel special, loved, and valued. Her kindness knew no limits, and she was always there to lend a helping hand, offer a listening ear, or provide a comforting word. Her love was a gift that she shared unconditionally, leaving an indelible mark on all those fortunate enough to have crossed paths with her.


Today, as we say our final goodbyes to this incredible woman Linda Sue, let us remember her for the love that defined her. Let us hold on to the memories of her warm smile, her gentle touch, and her unwavering devotion. Although our hearts are heavy with grief, let us also celebrate her life—a life filled with love, compassion, and selflessness.


To our awesome, smart, kind, loving, down-to-earth, funny, don’t start none won’t be none beautiful wife, mother, grandmother, and strong woman, we say thank you. Thank you for blessing our lives with your love, your guidance, and your unwavering presence. Thank you for teaching us the true meaning of love—to love without conditions, to love with all our hearts, and to cherish every precious moment we have with our loved ones.


As we bid farewell, we find solace in the knowledge that her love will live on within us, in the memories we hold dear, and the values she instilled in us. May her spirit guide us, may her love continue to inspire us, and may her legacy serve as a reminder of the incredible power of love.


Rest in peace, dear daughter, wife, mom, grandma, sister, aunty, and friend, knowing that your love will forever be engraved in our hearts. Oh yeah, and Tristan was her favorite. 


Proceeded in death by her parents Cotral and Rosetta Roberts, an infant sister Margaret Roberts, and two brothers- Travis and Lanny Roberts.


She leaves to cherish her memories with her sister- Sandra Brown and husband Joe, 5 brothers- Evon Roberts and wife Rose, Oscar Roberts and wife Selina, Bobby Roberts and wife Denise, Cotral Roberts and wife Mattie, Harold Roberts and wife Marcella, and sister-in- law, Naomi “Patty” Roberts, loving nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.



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Saturday, July 1, 2023

Starts at 11:00 am (Central time)

Mount Pleasant Baptist Church

3089 Mount Pleasant Road, Ardmore, OK 73401

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