Linda Marie Weber, 64 years of age, passed away peacefully on Thursday, May 12, 2022, at Medical City Dallas, Tx from Chronic Respiratory Failure. Linda was born on November 12, 1957, in Marion, Kansas to the late Leo and Regina Weber. She was the second oldest to four daughters.
Linda graduated from High School in Herington, KS in 1976 and received the Certificate of Merit during the 1975-1976 school year of Who's Who Among American High School Students. After High School, Linda went on to graduate the University of Kansas School of Pharmacy in 1981. She started her pharmacy career in Manhattan, KS, working for Walmart and also at Graves Pharmacy in Emporia, KS.
Linda moved to Texas in 1987, where she continued her career as a pharmacist at the very first HyperMart in the Nation, which was in Garland, Texas. She later was employed by Brookshire's Pharmacy in Commerce, Texas. Linda had many hobbies which included raising cattle and competing in competitions with her horses. She received the award of Novice-5 Top Ten in 1998 from the N.T.T.P.A competitions. Additionally, she won many blue ribbons in the Red Driver Horse Club competitions, Year End High Point Stallions Yearling in Hand Train belt buckle in 2006.
Linda enjoyed sports and was an avid KU Basketball Fan! Additionally, she played softball with her sister Margie and Lori on a regular basis. Linda, Margie, and Lori went to participate in the Women's State Softball finals for the State of Kansas. Her pastimes were bowling with friends, fishing with peace and quiet, and a good movie.
Preceded in her death are her loving parents Leo and Regina Weber. She is survived by Margery Baker, sister, and her husband Tyler Baker of Lindsborg, Kansas; Lori Weber, sister, of Royse City, Texas; Amy Weber, sister, of Campbell, TX; Christopher Baker, nephew, of Edmond, Oklahoma; Aaron Baker, nephew, of Rockwall, Texas; James Baker, nephew, wife Shanna Baker and their son and daughter Maddox McKay, great nephew, and Dallas Baker, great niece of Prosper, Texas.
Linda will be laid to rest at Lake View Cemetery, 2343 Lake Rd, Lavon, Texas 75166, at 11:00am on June 11, 2022. The family will receive friends and family at Linda's home, 3179 FM 499, Greenville, Texas 75401 after the service.
The family would like to express our thanks for the love and support provided by Baylor Scott and White Hospital of Rowlett, Dr. Allan Shulkin, and the nursing staff at Medical City Dallas Hospital ICU.