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In Remembrance Of

Linda Livingston

Linda Lou Livingston passed away peacefully on August 23, 2023, at the age of 82 surrounded by her family. She was born on May 27, 1941, in Holt, MO. Her greatest joy was her family. She is best known as “Granny”. She opened her home and her heart to everyone she met and loved hosting holiday parties especially her fall parties. She was loving, giving, strong and full of grace.

Linda graduated from Plattsburg High School in 1959 where she first met her husband Bill Livingston while riding the school bus. They would marry years later on September 17, 1985. 
 Linda began her career working for TWA but worked in the healthcare field most of her career including for Dr. Leslie and St. Luke’s. She attended college in St. Joseph, MO. She loved to travel, garden, cook, scrapbook and boat. She loved animals and rescued many. Since she was an only child she especially loved her horse Patsy. She was faith filled and was a parishioner of the Church of the Annunciation, Kearney, MO.
Linda leaves behind her husband Bill Livingston, daughters Stephanie Wolters (Jared Wolters) of Kearney, MO and Shanie Colston (Steve Colston) of Birmingham, MO along with her grandchildren Steven Colston (Ashlie Colston), Misty Hudson (Tim Hudson), Brooke Clack (Kameron Clack), Spencer Wolters and Ella Wolters as well as 7 great grandchildren (Lucas, Haidyn, Brantley, Anna, Hadley, Hendrix and Thea). She is preceded in death by her grandson Jack Wolters and her parents William and Orena Wilson.
Services will be held on Sunday August 27, 2023, at the Church of the Annunciation, Kearney, MO. Visitation is at 1:00 PM followed by Funeral at 2:00 pm. Graveside service will be at Greenlawn Cemetery in Plattsburg, MO. 
A few words to live by from Granny are “Live every day like it is your last. Be happy. Laugh a lot. Love a lot. Try to be the very best you can. My thought is when you are gone you will not be remembered for what you were going to do but what you DID!!!!!” She will be dearly missed.

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6 comments

  • Charlotte Jayne Martin

    Will miss all the great times we had together and our long telephone conversations. You were a great friend.

  • Shauna Martinez

    Dear Bill,Shanie, Stephanie & family,
    I am so very sorry for the loss have your wonderful wife, mother and grandmother! I was honored to be her friend and to work beside her at St Lukes for many years! We shared many laughs and talks together! Of course you all know how much she loved her family dearly!
    I am so sorry that I am not able to physically be there at her service but I will be there in spirit. May God surround you all during this difficult time. My deepest sympathy and love, Shauna Martinez

  • Lynda Churchill (Galate)

    I first met Linda my senior year of highschool as I was friends with Shanie. She was always smiling and happy to see us. What I remember is how she had a graduation celebration for Shanie, me and our friend Stacy. It was truly a great day. I remember us getting things ready for Shanie and Steve’s wedding, we were to make bird seed wrapped in toole. I remember a lot of laughter that day. She truly was a beautiful lady that loved everyone. Sending love and prayers to you all.

  • Nancy E Gilbert

    Our family is so sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. We hate that due to other commitments we won’t be able to be there tomorrow to say our goodbyes to Linda. Please know we keep Bill your family in our prayers. God Bless.

  • Johnny & Sharon French

    So sorry fir your loss

  • Mary Blanton

    She was a beautiful and classy lady inside & out. I am honors by her friendship and memories, but miss her so already. You had a beautiful service for her.

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