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Linda Kathleen Lamb

Pampa, Texas

January 29, 1955 - July 6, 2024

Linda Kathleen Lamb Obituary

Linda Kathleen Lamb, 69 years old, of Pampa, Texas, peacefully won her battle with cancer as she closed her eyes and awoke to see the splendor of Heaven and to be reunited with her precious daughter, Kimberly on Saturday, July 6, 2024, at her home. Linda was born on January 29, 1955, in Rock Springs, Wyoming to Eugene “Andy” and Betty Anderson.


Linda married her soulmate, Bill Devoll in August of 1972 and following, graduated from Pampa High School with the Class of ‘73’. In her early years in the work force, she was employed as a bank teller for a number of years before finding her true calling as a dog groomer. That’s where she found her niche and it didn’t hurt that she absolutely loved animals! She collected a vast number of things, was an avid reader, she enjoyed getting her hands in the dirt working in her flower garden and even played video games for hours with her grandchildren.


Gifted with a lively and bubbly spirit, Linda knew no strangers as her personality filled the room when she entered. Family meant more to her than anything and she loved hosting if given the opportunity. Just as loving and giving as she was, she was even more determined. She was an unstoppable, unmoving force when it came to something she felt passionate about. Her fight against cancer was most certainly a fight with dignity and grace as she never complained and stayed the course throughout!


Not only was she greeted into eternity by Kimberly, but also by her parents and a brother, Mike Anderson.


Those left to mourn her passing are two grandchildren, Austen Rowell and wife Ivet of Lubbock, Ashlee Bentle and husband Andrew of Amarillo; a great-granddaughter, Allee Bentle; and aunt, Ramona Muegge of Oklahoma; her first husband, true love and dear friend, Bill Devoll of Pampa; Bill’s sisters, Nina Kemph, Martha Sluder; Bill’s nieces, Kala Kemph and son, Tiffany Potter and two daughters all of Pampa; live-in caregiver and adopted aunt, Joyce Potter of Pampa; her four legged sidekick, Kita and numerous extended family as well as close friends that she loved dearly.


Linda will be available to pay final respects on Tuesday, July 9th from noon until 8pm and again Wednesday the 10th from 9am to 8pm at Winegeart Funeral Home.


Celebration of Life Graveside services are scheduled for 10:30 am, Thursday, July 11, 2024, at Memory Gardens Cemetery Mausoleum with Brother Jim Sinyard officiating. The family has entrusted the care of their loved one to Winegeart Funeral Home.


Should donations in memory of Linda be preferred, the family kindly suggests they be made to either PAWS, PO Box 2095, Pampa, TX 79065 or American Cancer Society, PO Box 653067, Dallas, TX 75265-0000.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Linda Kathleen Lamb hosted by Winegeart Funeral Home.

Linda Kathleen Lamb, 69 years old, of Pampa, Texas, peacefully won her battle with cancer as she closed her eyes and awoke to see the splendor of Heaven and to be reunited with her precious daughter, Kimberly on Saturday, July 6, 2024, at her home. Linda was born on January 29, 1955, in Rock Springs, Wyoming to Eugene “Andy” and Betty Anderson.


Linda married her soulmate, Bill Devoll in August of 1972 and following, graduated from Pampa High School with the Class of ‘73’. In her early years in the work force, she was employed as a bank teller for a number of years before finding her true calling as a dog groomer. That’s where she found her niche and it didn’t hurt that she absolutely loved animals! She collected a vast number of things, was an avid reader, she enjoyed getting her hands in the dirt working in her flower garden and even played video games for hours with her grandchildren.


Gifted with a lively and bubbly spirit, Linda knew no strangers as her personality filled the room when she entered. Family meant more to her than anything and she loved hosting if given the opportunity. Just as loving and giving as she was, she was even more determined. She was an unstoppable, unmoving force when it came to something she felt passionate about. Her fight against cancer was most certainly a fight with dignity and grace as she never complained and stayed the course throughout!


Not only was she greeted into eternity by Kimberly, but also by her parents and a brother, Mike Anderson.


Those left to mourn her passing are two grandchildren, Austen Rowell and wife Ivet of Lubbock, Ashlee Bentle and husband Andrew of Amarillo; a great-granddaughter, Allee Bentle; and aunt, Ramona Muegge of Oklahoma; her first husband, true love and dear friend, Bill Devoll of Pampa; Bill’s sisters, Nina Kemph, Martha Sluder; Bill’s nieces, Kala Kemph and son, Tiffany Potter and two daughters all of Pampa; live-in caregiver and adopted aunt, Joyce Potter of Pampa; her four legged sidekick, Kita and numerous extended family as well as close friends that she loved dearly.


Linda will be available to pay final respects on Tuesday, July 9th from noon until 8pm and again Wednesday the 10th from 9am to 8pm at Winegeart Funeral Home.


Celebration of Life Graveside services are scheduled for 10:30 am, Thursday, July 11, 2024, at Memory Gardens Cemetery Mausoleum with Brother Jim Sinyard officiating. The family has entrusted the care of their loved one to Winegeart Funeral Home.


Should donations in memory of Linda be preferred, the family kindly suggests they be made to either PAWS, PO Box 2095, Pampa, TX 79065 or American Cancer Society, PO Box 653067, Dallas, TX 75265-0000.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Linda Kathleen Lamb hosted by Winegeart Funeral Home.

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