Linda D. Tyner Gosney
”1946 - 2017”

    Linda D. Tyner Gosney

    A Prayer for Owen Meany
    When someone you love dies, and you're not expecting it,
    you don't lose her all at once; you lose her in pieces over a long time
    the way the mail stops coming, and her scent fades from the pillows
    and even from the clothes in her closet and drawers.
    Gradually, you accumulate the parts of her that are gone.
    Just when the day comes—when there's a particular missing part that
    overwhelms you with the feeling that she's gone,
    forever—there comes another day, and another specifically missing part.
      John Irving

      Linda D. Gosney,
      71, of Skiatook, Oklahoma peacefully passed away on September 20, 2017 at her home
      in Skiatook, Oklahoma.
      She was born January 7, 1946 in Temple, Texas.
      As a child, she was raised in the San Diego area. She graduated from Clovis HS
      in New Mexico. She also was a graduate of the University of Texas in Austin.
      Linda was a team leader for the initial implementation of medicare in the state of
      Texas. She moved from Dallas to Oklahoma City where she led the fraud and abuse
      medical team for the state of Oklahoma.
      Linda is survived by her husband of the home, Doug, daughter Teresa Orf and husband Ken,
      son Tige Bradley, son Ryan Gosney and wife Ramsee, daughter Moriah Gosney, daughter
      Chelsea Harding and husband Brian, 8 grandchildren, two sisters: JoAnn Linville,
      and Wanda Merritt.
      She was preceded in death by her parents.
      A celebration of life will be held Saturday October 7, 2017 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
      at Luigi’s Italian Restaurant in Skiatook, OK.
      In lieu of flowers donation can be made to the Red Cross Puerto Rico Hurricane fund.
      Cremation services were under the direction of Peters-Stumpff Funeral Home
      Resource: Peters-Stumpff Funeral Home

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