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Linda Kay Herman

Birth Date: December 21, 1955
Death Date: June 30, 2015

Linda Kay Herman was 59 years old. She was raised in the “Heights” area of North Sacramento, CA. She graduated from Grant High School. She Married Anthony Jackson Herman in 1973. She leaves to cherish her memory her husband Anthony and children, Anthony Herman, Jr., Rochelle Lynn Herman, Kristyna Marie Herman and Felisha Monique Herman, grandchildren Antanisha, Anthony II, Kianna, Jesalyn, McKayela, Briyelle, Felisha, Brian, B J, Shannelle, Brittany, Bryana, Bryshawn, Brandon, Antonio, Antynia, Aaliyah, Latasha, Latoya and Lajayla.. She is also survived by her parents, Mariam Wayne O’Dell and Betty Lou O’Dell, siblings Mitchell, Gwen, Deborah, Nicolas, Raymond, Elizabeth, Glenda and Gloria.
Linda loved to fix anything that she thought wasn’t working like it should. She loved to draw. Her favorite drawing she did was of the man on a pack of Marlboro cigarettes. She liked to go fishing and she attended church all through her high school years.
Memories from:
Anthony Jr.- Mom I love you in so many ways. You are the greatest Mom that anybody would love to have. I love you for everything you did for us and others. Mom, we know you did your best to raise us and all your grandkids, they love you dearly. Mom you will always be missed and always will be in our lives and hearts. I Still can’t believe you are gone. Mom, you will never be forgotten. Thank you Mom for the lives you gave us and thank you for being our Mother. The best thing I remember about you is when I was little you use to use to play a lot of games with us, and going fishing. And always doing lots of things together as a family. I think about you every day. I am so sad without you Mom. I can’t wait to see you again so I can give you a big hug and a kiss. I just
wanna say I love you and miss you so much. Love always from your son Anthony Herman, Jr.

Chelle- I remember all the fishing trips we use to go on when we were young.Mom used to love fishing but she didn’t like to clean the fish, that was Pops job. I know that she raised her kids to be the best that we can be no matter how tough times got. She wanted us to be closed to each other and we are. We didn’t have a lot growing up but Mom loved and cherished everything we did have.
She was a very strong lady and we are gonna miss her so so much.

Kristyna – Growing up I remeber my Mom as being the coolest Mom ever. All of our cousins and neighborhood friends wanted to come sleep over because my Mom played games with us “Lock Down”. she took us to movies 16 deep in her little car and just all in all she cared for everyone and anybody. Growing up and having my own kids she wasn’t just my Mom, she was my “Baby- Daddy”, my homegirl, my friend and backbond. I will truly miss her.

Felisha – I am her baby the spoiled one! one of many good memories is when I wanted to go be bad with my sisters and brother. Mom told them if I couldn’t go they couldn’t go either. She also made me stay in school. I finished High School for her and myself. I will miss her very much and I will think of her everyday.

Private services will be held at a later date.

Arrangements are incomplete at this time. Service details will be posted as soon as they become available.
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