Linda Kaye Winstead Linda Winstead ,67, of Dillon, Montana, passed away on July 15th, 2020 at 9:50 p.m. She was born August 2nd, 1952 in Macon, MO, to Ralph Lowery and Patricia (Beverlin) Lowery. She was the middle of three children; brother, Ralph Lowery, and sister, Tina Lowery, both of Macon, Missouri. Linda has four children, 2 Sons, and 2 Daughters: Kurtis & (Whitnee) Milburn of Gardner, Kansas Lance & (Heather) Milburn of North Carolina Angela & (Brad) Kuhler of Moberly, Missouri Amy & (Nacho) Rodriguez of Whitehall, Montana Linda has 8 Grandchildren: Alivia & (Dustin) Ames of Huntsville, Missouri Brittaney & (Dustin) Taylor of Billings, Montana Sierra Herron of Columbia, Missouri Isabella & Cadi Rodriguez of Whitehall, Montana Kyle & Cole Milburn of North Carolina Wade Milburn of Gardner, Kansas Linda has 3 Great Grandchildren: Declan, Hudson, & Easton Ames of Huntsville, Missouri She became a Great Grandma in June of 2018, and again in March of 2020. She was happy to be present in Missouri for the birth of all three great grandchildren. Linda became acquainted with Jehovah’s Witnesses in San Diego, California, in 1978. She was a member of the Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Dillon, MT for many years of her life. She loved learning about the promises ahead for all those who love and worship Jehovah. She very much looked forward to the resurrection, and seeing her loved ones who have passed. Linda also loved the outdoors, animals, and mostly her 3 cats; Jubal, Cisco, an Autumn. She loved painting, crafting, shopping, and above all giving gifts and special items to the ones she loved. She was known to those who knew her as a kind, loving, and funny individual. Her last thoughts to pass on were, “Stay built up, firm in Jehovah’s organization, pray incessantly. I hope to see you in paradise very soon.” Linda’s daughters cared for her in her final days and were with her when she peacefully passed away. When I’m Gone When to the end of my Journey And I travel my last weary mile, Just forget if you can, that I ever frowned And only remember the smile. Forget unkind words I have spoken; Remember some good I have done. Forget that I ever had heartache And remember I have had loads of fun. Forget that I’ve stumbled and blundered And sometimes fell by the way. Remember I have fought some hard battles And won, ere close the day. Then forget to grieve for my going, I would not have you sad for a day, But in summer just gather some flowers And remember the place where I lay, And come in the shade of evening When the sun paints the sky in the west. Stand for a few moments beside me, And remember only my best.