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Linda J. Whitley

Posted on January 20, 2021

Updated on January 22, 2021


Sept. 9, 1945 — Jan. 11, 2021

LOUISBURG — Linda Joyner Whitley, 75, died Monday evening at her home.

Linda was a daughter of the late Buster and Tamsie Joyner. In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by her brother, Ray Joyner.

Services will be private.

Linda is survived by her husband, Jerry Whitley; daughter and son-in-law, Tammy and Ken Ash; son and daughter-in-law, Tim and Wendy Whitley; brothers and sisters-in-law, Larry and Athalene Joyner and Lynn and Pat Joyner; grandchildren, Justin Jones and wife, Amanda, Grayson Jones and Jessie Whitley; great-granddaughter, Paislee Sewell; and mother-in-law, Mattie Whitley.

Memorials may be made to Anchor Baptist Church, 30 Bethlehem Church Road, Youngsville, NC 27596.

Arrangements are by Strickland Funeral Home and Crematory, Louisburg,

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