Linda Borrow Easley, 74, Orange
Last updated 11/15/2022 at 4:43pm
Linda Borrow Easley, 74, of Orange, Texas, passed away on November 5, 2022, in her hometown Orange, Texas.
Born in Eldorado, Arkansas, on December 15, 1947, she was the daughter of Bill Burrow and Hazel (Thompson) Burrow.
Linda loved going to the casinos to have fun and eat great food. She enjoyed many cross words and board games. Linda was an excellent secretary and bookkeeper. She loved being able to spend all her extra free time with her grandchildren, and they loved when MawMaw hugged and kissed them. Linda was a member of The Service League of Orange, and then later became president of the league.
She was enjoyed working at the nursing home hosting bingo for the residents. Linda will be greatly missed by family and friends. A special thank you to Gentiva Hospic, Focus Care, and DeVita Kidney Care. You did a wonderful job.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Bill and Hazel Burrow; parents-in-law, J.W. and Jackie Easley; brother-in-law, Johnny Pizzitola; and sister-in-law, Wanda Easley.
She is survived by her husband, Bob Easley; brother, Billy Burrow Jr. and wife Pam; nephew, Billy Burrow III; niece, Amy Burrow Parker and husband Stan; great niece and nephew, Carsson and Cooper; daughter, Amanda Lee Frizzell and husband Matt; grandchildren, Cynthia Ann Rangel and Olivia Marie Rangel; brother-in-law, Jim Easley; niece, Angie Easley Mayeax; great-nephew, Austin; nieces, Amy Easley Paige and husband Scott, and Andria Easley Morris and husband Patrick; great-niece, Selah Morris; great-nephew, Maceo Morris; nephew, Aaron Easley; nephew, Andy Easley and wife Ariana; great nephew Bryden; great nieces, Emilee, Callie, and Jose; sister-in-law, Peggy Pizzitola; niece, Jessica Pizzitola Jarrett; great-nephew, John Bryan; nephew, John Pizzitola; great nephews and great nieces, Damian, Mia, Dominik, Cathrine; nephew, Jason Pizzitola and wife Shelley; great nephew, Luke; great nieces, Sarah and Sadie; nephew, Jared Pizzitola and wife Heather; great nieces Lola and Kirby.
Linda did not want to have a visitation or service. The family will have a private memorial service at a later date.