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Linda Kay Watson, 62, of Salisbury, passed away on Tuesday, January 3, 2023 at Glenn A. Kiser Hospice House.
She was born January 8, 1960 in Salisbury, NC to the late Lindsay Watson Sr. and Gertrude Lowery Watson. Linda worked as a housekeeper and in her spare time enjoyed listening to music and dancing.
Linda is survived by daughter, Kizzy Watson of Salisbury, NC; son, Attpprevial Watson of Salisbury, NC; and 4 grandchildren; brothers, Lindsay Watson Jr., Willie Watson, Terry Watson; and sisters, Angela Smith and Janet Ferguson, all of Salisbury, NC.
There will be a memorial service held at 1pm on Saturday, January 14th, 2023 at Grateful Heart Ministries, 2600 Cottage St. Salisbury, NC 28147.
Carolina Cremation is assisting the Watson family. Online condolences may be made at www.carolinacremation.com.
Karen Peoples Marlin says
Love you cousin,My Prayers are with y’all,love y’all.
Natasha cottrell. says
I will always cherish all the lessons and miss our laughter together forever ;I love you always my buddy and like a second mommy Linda Watson.
Attpprevial Watson says
I miss and love you so much.I will continue to be great and be the man you raised me to be.Love Your Son
Karen Hancock says
My heart ❤️ felt sympathy , Love ,prayers and condolences family Tamp rest in heaven!!!!!
Sonia Daugherty- Koontz says
My deepest condolences to the family. S.I.P
Demarius Lyles -Nephew says
Aunt Tammy, I will miss you so much!!! You were a very bold and outgoing person… Hug Nana and Papa for me.. I love you!! Rest Easy!! 🏾👸🏾
Barbara Moore says
Linda was a very sweet & caring person. We grew really when she was caring for my aunt Isabelle. She was a funny girl and had me laughing all the time. Will miss her but God knew best. Rest in Peace sweet Linda take your rest.
Tommyferguson97@gmail.com Ferguson says
To you and your family sending our condolences from Tommy and Darlene Ferguson And Sarah Strother.
From Bridgewater VA.
Kizzy Watson says
I remember all of our laughs, cries ,and secrets. You was also my best friend and my confidant. I love your realness and your accountability and I love how you didn’t care about what people thought about you that never took away from who you was as a person. I will always love you. You’ll forever be in my heart rest easy baby girl you fought one hell of a fight but even the best of us have to lay it down and get rest. I know God in heaven is really getting the kick out of you up there. Kenzie misses you dearly.