Linda Jane Moseley, age 78, was born on July 23, 1942 to Bill and Lucy Cooper in Durant, Ok. She passed away on Sept 4 at 4:55pm at her daughter’s home, surrounded by loved ones.
She married Don Moseley on August 6, 1958 in Durant OK. They had 3 children, Donna Wade and husband Charlie of Magnolia, Lisa Robinson and husband Joel of Wolfe City and Larry Moseley and wife Anna of Royse City.
Linda and Don moved to Wolfe City in 1966 and started a business, Don’s Drive Inn on Main Street and later relocated the business to downtown/East Main Street. They also had Don’s Drive Inn cafe in Leonard, Honey Grove, Celeste and Canton. In 1972 they opened D&L Drive in Grocery which is now Wolfe City Nutrition Store on Crockett Street. In 1987 they relocated to Cash Texas and opened D&L Tires in Greenville.
She is also survived by her grandchildren and great-grandchildren: Amanda Wade of Magnolia and her children Olivia and Noah, Daniel Wade of Tomball and his wife Mia and their daughter Layla Jean of Tomball, Haley Seymour and her husband Randall of Colorado Springs, Jade Morgan and her husband Geoff of Wolfe City and their children Landon and Julianne, Jill Robinson and her children Garrett and Karsyn of Wolfe City, Jacy Weissert and her husband Nick and their children of Wolfe City Parker, Abel and #3 due in April, Monica Hoerner of Korea / USAF, Michael Moseley of Kuwait / USAF, Nicholas Moseley of Barksdale,LA/USAF, Jacob Moseley of Royse City. Linda is also survived by her three siblings, Sandy Larose of Mead, OK, Cathy Wilson of Pottsboro, and Bill Cooper Jr. of Oklahoma City, OK. She was preceded in death by her parents, Bill and Lucy Cooper and her husband Don.
We will have a graveside service, at 11:00 A.M. Tuesday, September 8, 2020 at Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Wolfe City conducted by Michael White. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service at 10:00 at the cemetery. Pallbearers will be Nicholas Moseley, Jacob D Moseley, Daniel Wade, Haley Seymour, Garrett Villareal, and Geoffrey Morgan. Nick Weissert and Michael Moseley will be honorary pallbearers.
Good bye to my dearest friend ever. We shared 50 years of friendship and I will never forget you and the fun we had just being together. I will always miss the coffee and donuts we shared these past few years. Every time I think of the past, it is always you and me. You are gone now and both our men are gone. I am the only one left of our fun years. I will meet you again in Heaven and we can two step and eat onion soup from the Four Queens. Until that time, rest peacefully and pain free. I love you my dear friend.
You will forever be in my heart. I loved you Linda and I will still love you even after you have gone.
Linda you have been heavy on my mind these past few weeks. Now I know why. I do not take the Greenville paper so I didn’t know you had left.
I have missed you these past few years but I have thought of you many times.
Prayers for your family.