Linda Kohutek

Linda Kohutek Obituary

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Age - 74

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October 7, 2023

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Fairfield, TX

Linda Diane Kohutek joined her Lord and Savior on October 3, 2023. She began her life's journey on June 15, 1949, born to Betty Lou (Purdue) and Marvin Earl Monday, in Dallas, Texas. Her adolescence was spent in the Pleasant Grove area of Dallas, where she graduated from W. W. Samuell High School in 1967. Linda retired from EMC Insurance Company after 41 years of service, where she worked as a Rate Clerk. A devoted mother, Linda poured herself into her beloved daughter, Shawna, and relished her role of grandmother to Elijah and Cassidy. Linda was highly creative and a skilled seamstress. She spent countless hours carefully constructing Halloween costumes and clothes for Shawna. Her handiwork could be seen on the dressed up stuffed bears she enjoyed creating. Linda also enjoyed shopping and looked forward to visiting the mall. Linda could often be found with a romance novel in hand, her home filled with the sounds of country music. She loved Reba McEntire, Brooks and Dunn, Toby Keith, Josh Turner, Garth Brooks, and King George. Linda always looked forward to going to the lake, and especially enjoyed trips with her parents as a child. Her love of family was instilled early, and Christmas was a cherished event, as Linda was happiest with her family gathered around her. Linda was a Believer, raised in the Southern Baptist Church by her parents. She embodied a kind, gentle sprit, always gave people the benefit of the doubt, and leaves an unwavering legacy of compassion and selflessness that can be felt by those who loved her. She adored her family, including her furbabies, more than anything and would stop at nothing to ensure they were taken care of and happy. Linda was dearly loved and will be deeply missed. She is preceded in death by her parents Marvin and Betty Monday, and many aunts and uncles. Linda is survived by her beloved daughter Shawna Schrimpshere; grand children Elijah Morones and Cassidy Morones; brother Raymond Monday and wife Brenda; nieces and nephews Ashley Rose and husband David, Corey Monday, and Austin Monday. Visitation will be held Wednesday, October 11, 2023 at 11AM at Capps Memorial Chapel in Fairfield, Texas. Funeral service will follow directly at 1PM. Interment will follow at Lake Chapel Cemetery.

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