Services for Linda Carol Haggard, 77, of Paradise, Texas, will be 10:00 am on Thursday August 4, 2022, at Hudson & Torres Family Funeral Home in Bridgeport, officiated by Pastor Bill Hughes. Burial will follow at Paradise Cemetery in Paradise. Visitation will be 6:00 to 8:00 pm on Wednesday, August 3, also at Hudson & Torres Family Funeral Home. Linda went to be with her Lord on July 30, in Decatur, Texas.
Linda was born August 5, 1944, in Idabel, Oklahoma to father, Clarence Russell and mother, Merlene Jacobs.
She was a faithful member of The First Baptist Church of Cottondale for over 10 years. Linda owned a store when she lived in California called Nana’s Family Crafts. When she wasn’t working there, she filled her time with her many hobbies, including, woodworking, painting, dancing, as well as traveling and camping.
Linda is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Morris Haggard, and sister, Sharon Beddingfield.
She is survived by sister Diana Gail Haggard, of Fontana, California; son Rex Allen Haggard, of Coalinga, California; daughter Darla Jo (Haggard) Dennis, also of Coalinga; grandchildren Christopher Haggard, Roger Dennis, and Mitchell Dennis. She also left behind her four great-grandchildren, with her fifth on the way in November of this year.
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