She was one of the first USAA employees in San Antonio, eventually retiring as a Casualty Adjuster with 31 years and then returning as a contractor until she retired for good.
Linda had one daughter, Tammy, who was her pride and joy. They loved traveling together and volunteering with the San Antonio Rodeo Calf Scramble Committee. Linda moved to Somerset from Mission, Texas in 1963, where she lived in the same house for 49 years. She was a member of the Somerset First Baptist Church and enjoyed her Sunday school classes as well as the Friday Golden Oldie gatherings.
She and her husband Johnny enjoyed traveling with their loyal companion Mr. Ripley. They were both extremely family oriented and they bought a large RV so they could visit their family across Texas and in Alabama.
Linda was as beautiful inside as she was on the outside. She brought joy and happiness to all that knew her. She looked past the health issues she had in later years and enjoyed her family and friends to the utmost.
She is preceded in death by her father Earnest ‘Mutt’ Stockman. She is survived by: her husband Johnny Barrow; mother Mrs. Virginia Stockman; sister Diane Wenzel; daughter Tammy Diane and her husband Kyle and grand-daughter Jessica Taylor; husband Johnny’s children: Tammy and Mike Lotas, Tracey Barrow, John and Sylvia Barrow, Jeanette and Darren Trimmer; grandchildren: Johnny Barrow, Amanda Briones, Malyssa Barrow, Alisia Briones, Meagan Trimmer, Sarah Lotas, Nathan Trimmer, Cassie Lotas and Jake Guevara; as well as aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and numerous cousins. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Hurley
Funeral Home in Lytle. Interment was at Bexar Cemetery in Somerset. Memorials may be made to Somerset Cemetery Association, PO Box 99, Somerset, TX 78069.