Linda Sue (Dumdie – Wallace) Krull, 55, of Maple City, Michigan passed away on Wednesday, March 28, 2018 in Maumelle, Arkansas with her daughter and friend by her side. She was born in Aurora, Illinois on February 13, 1963 to the late Gilbert Dumdie and Marian (Thompson) Dumdie.
Linda is survived by her husband Barry Krull, of Maple City, Michigan; two daughters, Lorelli Deml (Jeremy) of Maumelle, Arkansas, Candice Murray (Daniel) of Braidwood, Illinois; only son, Khristopher Wallace (Kimberly) of Fort Hood, Texas; four step-children; Alyssa Schaefer (Michael) of New York, New York, Rachael Clark (Paul) of New York, New York, Barret Phillip Krull Jr. of Traverse City, Michigan, Carly Snider (Tory) of Traverse City, Michigan. Linda will also be forever remembered by her fourteen grandchildren; Elijah, Caleb, Anaiah, Noah, Seth, Lukas, Trinity, Liberty, Emalee, Grace, Matt, Lucy, Violet, Thea Francesca; and two brothers, David Dundee, and Gregory Dumdie (Linda).
Linda was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister and friend. She loved her family dearly and loved the Lord with all her heart, mind, and soul. She began her personal relationship with the Lord and Savior at Christian Life Assembly of God in Diamond, Illinois. She later found community at Mount Zion in Traverse City, Michigan when she relocated. As her relationship with the Lord thrived so did her God given gifts at Fresh Wind in Interlochen, Michigan. In her final months God lead her to Cornerstone Assembly of God in Beulah, Michigan. Linda served as an intercessory prayer warrior for friends, family, at the International House of Prayer in Traverse City, Michigan.
Graveside services will be held on Saturday, April 7, 2018 at 3 P.M. at Serenity Garden Cemetery, located at 6512 T.P. White Drive in Jacksonville, Arkansas. Visitation will be from 1:30 PM till 2:30 PM in the Chapel at A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 West Main Street, in Jacksonville, Arkansas. Memorial services will be held in Illinois on Friday, April 13, 2018 from 4 P.M. to 7 P.M. at Ashley Farms, located at 9111 Ashley Road in Yorkville, Illinois. Memorial services will be held in Michigan on Sunday, April 15, 2018 from 2 P.M. to 6 P.M. at the Yoder Farm, located at 6375 East Hoxie Road in Cedar, Michigan. Linda’s online guestbook is available at www.anaturalstatefuneralservice.com
In lieu of flowers, please give to the orphaned, Linda’s favorite ministry lead by her dear friends David & Melinda Nelson, at flourish-thrive.org.
Loved your vibrant spirit Linda. I will miss seeing you. Until we meet again, my friend!
It was so nice to chat with you. We only caught up on a couple of occasions, and was always wonderful. It was so nice to catch up on where we were from and were we are, and where we are going. I am so sad and happy to know you made it to where we are going. So much love and prayer for you and your family. We met in a far away place, that brought us so close from home. I will always remember our chats and smiles. I am blessed, to have met you and proud to say I have.
My heartfelt prayers of comfort for the family in this time of loss. Linda’s friendship for me was inspiring and rich as we shared in fellowship,the Bible and love of Jesus.
Linda, I am blessed to call you friend. I have always cherished our conversations. Knowing you are with Jim and your parents fills my heart with joy for you. Love you.
So sorry for your loss, Linda was a wonderful woman.
Dancing With Jesus now. Love you dearly.
🇮🇱 Shalom 🇮🇱 My friend!!!
Linda, you have graduated into the eternal Kingdom of our Father, you are greatly missed, but how wonderful knowing, there’s no more pain, or tears, to be at your eternal home, seeing our Savior and worshipping at His feet, seeing loved ones, and old friends that had gone before you, sharing the beauty of Heaven, one day we will all be together seatedat the Father’s table, love you Linda
We didn’t know Linda very long but loved her .She was a wholehearted servant of God.
We loved our dear friend Linda……and we will certainly miss her……but she is now in a far better place, FOREVER with JESUS!
May you find peace little sister.
Love, your brother David
It was such a pleasure meeting you Linda in this lifetime. Looking forward to seeing you again in the Kingdom of our Heavenly Father. Peace & prayers for your loved ones.
Our hearts go out to the family. Such a sweet, spunky soul was Linda. She was a good friend and a dear friend to my Mother in her last days. She will be missed
I am so sorry for your family’s loss. You will be in my prayers. I am so glad that you have the peace that passes understanding knowing that to live is Christ and to die is gain.
I am so blessed to have known you Linda.Your family and friends will miss you so much, but you are in such a better place with our Lord. Blessings to your family.
I enjoyed the times we worked with one another. God will give you wings to help others through out your eternal life..
I loved our talks and am so thankful for your prayers. Your love for the Lord was and remains inspirational. My deepest sympathy for Linda’s children, grandchildren, husband, and all who loved her.
I loved her dearly. She is now with her daddy God. Rejoice if in the arms of God.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Linda and Barry’s kids and grandkids and Barry for the loss of his loving wife and partner. We loved Linda’s vibrant life force and incredible faith in and walk with Christ. We enjoyed many times in Glen Arbor with Linda and Barry, and at our home in Ann Arbor when they joined us for University of Michigan football games at The Big House. We just returned early this morning from an overseas trip and learned about today’s Michigan memorial service – if it hadn’t been for this crazy spring ice/snowstorm we would have jumped in the car to join in the celebration of Linda’s life. We’re sorry we missed seeing Lorelli and Candice. Linda was a true sister and I will miss her in all ways, as a woman and friend and sister. Know that Linda will be dearly missed by us and our kids too! Love, Elizabeth Brien (Barry’s sister) and Bruce Conybeare
Linda, I always thought we would see each other again as Michiganders but will now have to wait until my time on this earth is done. Loved your spirit!!