Linda Lou Troutman

August 10, 1945 ‒ October 11, 2021

Ontario, Ohio
Formerly of Edison, Ohio

With her “favorite” daughter by her side, Linda Lou Troutman was called home to be with the Lord on October 11, 2021. She was 76 years young and resided in Ontario, OH; formerly of Edison, OH.

Linda, the daughter of Laura Jane (Jaycox) Foster was brought into this life on August 10, 1945, in Marion, OH. After watching her sister graduate as the last class from Edison, Linda was forced to finish her high school years at Mount Gilead where she graduated in 1963.

A woman of great faith, Linda enjoyed reading and studying her Bible, having read the complete book multiple times. She enjoyed attending Pleasant Grove Church of Christ (OH), Foothills Church (TN), Regeneration Church (WV).

Family was everything to Linda. Most of her activities were centered around being there for her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. Linda was very active with the Northmor Music Boosters where she served many years as president and ran bingo for over ten years. After her children became adults and started having grandbabies and great grandbabies, she loved to travel to see them including trips to East Tennessee and South Carolina. As a grandma and great grandma, Linda made sure to attend every activity her little ones were in. She loved attending baseball, softball, volleyball, cross country, band, and choir events over the years.

Linda served as an administrative assistant for various companies including General Electric and Wyandot Inc, retiring as a cashier from Sam’s Club.

Linda was an avid reader, enjoyed bowling, going to auctions with her sister, puzzles, and enjoying nature. She loved to root for her Buckeyes and watch NASCAR. Having a soft heart for animals, Linda enjoyed the companionship of furry friends. She traveled OH eating at the best pizza joints in each county, she completed 84 of the 88 counties.

Left to cherish her memory are her children:  Kristy (Mike) Ruhl of Mount Gilead, Laura (Tony) Bosley of Maryville, TN, and Tonya (Michael) Kennedy of Rock Hill, SC; grandchildren: Jeremy, Alisha, Sam, Stephanie (Max), Kaylee, Bryce, Sarah (Aaron), Corrine, and John; great grandchildren: Kaylin, Brett, Oliver, Avery, Colton, Tate, Emori, and one on the way: Adria; sister, Billie Kay Pangborn of Edison; nieces: Cathy, Lori, and Shelly; nephew, Dean; and numerous great nieces and nephews.`

Linda was preceded in death by her mom, Laura Jane, stepfather Bob Foster. Pebbles her beloved cat, and the love of her life, Gordon Ray Matney.

Her family will gather and greet friends from 1:30 to 2 PM on Saturday, October 16, 2021, at Pleasant Grove Church of Christ. A celebration of her life will begin at 2 PM with Jack Kegley officiating.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Linda’s memory to the American Heart Association.

Snyder Funeral Homes of Mount Gilead are honored to serve Linda’s family and a memory of Linda can be shared by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

  • l had so much fun with Linda at bingo! We used to laugh so hard. l absolutely loved her!! She had the biggest heart.
    My deepest condolences for the family! She is now a true angel!

    With Love & Sympathy,
    Linda Veil

  • I got to know Linda when she moved into one of our apartments. She always had a smile and was so sweet and kind. What a joy to know that I will see her again one day in heaven.

    To Linda’s family: May God’s peace fill your hearts, and His presence comfort you as you make this transition in your lices without Linda by your side.

  • Kristy;Laura;Tonya;
    So sorry to hear of your mothers passing. We will keep you all in our thoughts as you go through this trying time.
    The Garverick’s {Betty & Kerri}

  • Kristy;Laura;Tonya;
    So sorry to hear of your mothers passing. We will keep you all in our thoughts as you go through this trying time.
    The Garverick’s {Betty & Kerri}

  • Dave and I got to know Linda when we were the owners of Hope Cabins and Banquet from 2009-2016. Linda ran the Northmor Music Boosters Bingo. She was a joy to work with. Always a smile on her face. She was super-dedicated, hard-working, and selfless in her commitment. May God’s peace surround you during this difficult time. Bonnie and Dave Fisher.

  • Linda became a special friend when I became a part of the Northmor Boosters. When she decided to retire from being the President of the Booster Club she convinced me that I should take over, so I did. She never turned me down when I told her I needed her help for anything. She indeed was a special person. Know that our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Kathy & Mike Jordan

  • We were so sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. We enjoyed our years
    working with her in Northmor Music boosters. Linda was a good
    friend and also a willing worker wherever she was needed. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers .
    Richard and Dianne Harvey

  • Dear Kristy and family,

    So sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. She was such a fun lady. I am reminded of all her hard work with the band boosters.she made a huge difference in so many student’s lives.

  • For Linda troutman and family sorry for your loss and sister Billie kay with love kay Foster and brother’s and sister. I am on Facebook

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