Linda Jane Hall
July 25, 1949 – December 14, 2021
Linda Jane (Ramsey) Hall, 72, formerly of Gate City, Va., passed away December 14, 2021, in St. Mary’s Hospital in Richmond, Va. She was born in Norton, Va. on July 25, 1949, to the late William H. and Beulah M. Ramsey. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her sister, Barbara Kay Ramsey.
Linda was a 1967 graduate of Dungannon High School.
She was a loving and devoted mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. She was an avid reader and pun aficionado with an infectious laugh and impressive wit. She selflessly devoted herself to others whether volunteering in the schools, sewing homemade costumes for her children, doting on her beloved dogs, or feeding every stray animal that crossed her path.
Linda is survived by her children, Heather Mahmoud (Mazin) of Richmond, Va. and Matthew Hall (Zeynep) of Richmond, Va.; sisters Karen Rose (Mike) of Blountville, Tenn., Rita Adrian of Palm Harbor, Fla., and Debra Taylor (John) of Birmingham, Ala.; brothers Geddes Ramsey (Judith) of Sevierville, Tenn. and John Ramsey (Wanda) of Blountville, Tenn.; grandchildren Sophia and Kamal Mahmoud; several nieces and nephews; several great-nieces and great-nephews.
Interment will be private.
We will miss you Linda. Our hearts are breaking.
I will love you and miss you for the rest of my life, my heart is broken. I look forward to the day I will see you again
I love you, Mom. Not a day will go by that I won’t miss you with all my heart. Thank you for loving me even at my worst. You were the best mother in the world and I am so grateful for every moment I got to spend with you. I’ll try to live my life by the example you set, but you set the bar pretty high.
I am glad you aren’t suffering anymore, but I would give anything to have you here with me again. The world just isn’t the same without you.
Linda, together we ushered into this world two of the best children any parent could ask for. And how could I not mention our Grandkids, Sophia and Kamal, the reason our hearts kept on beating. Although ours was not meant to be, I’m thankful for all of those years of friendship that we had. It was your strength of character, faith and love of family that carried you through the most painful and difficult time of your life. I’ll miss you as long as I live. Heather and Matt, I’m devastated at your loss. I’ll forever love both of you. And for Linda, may you stay forever young.
You were there for Linda every time she was in the hospital. You went home with her and took care of her and were caring for her to the end. I will always admire you for that! Thanks for being there for my sweet cousin! I’ll miss her dearly!
Knew that Linda wasn’t in good health and life had been a struggle lately. Many thoughts and prayers of peace and comfort for all. Last time I saw Linda , many years ago she was with Kay at a Dungannon HS reunion. They are now reunited again with no more suffering . Blessings for all the family!!
So sorry for your loss. Linda and I went to high school and graduated together. She was a beautiful person with a very kind heart. She will be missed.
Will always love you. You were such a good sister and friend. I loved your compassion and kindness for animals and people and how funny you could be. A million other reasons. Hard to know you will not be here my sweet sister but hopefully you are in a much better place and no longer in pain.