Angle-Eller, Linda Webb

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There is a reunion in Heaven today because Linda Webb Angle-Eller is in her Heavenly home with her Lord. She lost her battle with brain cancer on Saturday, May 31, 2015.

She was born in Lester, W.Va. on July 26, 1942 to the late Fred and Lucille Webb and raised in Midway, W.Va. with her brother and sisters, until around 16 yrs, when they moved to Newport News, Va., where she met my dad Jack Angle. They were married for 40 years until his death in 2000. They were so blessed and in 1971 they moved to Christiansburg, Va. where she called home for over 44 years.

At this earthly address she raised two kids Jeff Angle who died in 1995 from diabetic complications and Amie Angle Phillips. My mother taught me the importance of family; whom I spend a lot of time with. She was preceded in death by her sister, Syble and brother-n-law, Gary Hicks who was waiting in Heaven for her.

Survivors include her brother, Larry Webb and sister-in-law, Joan Webb, of Newport News; and her sister, Sue and brother-n-law, Danny Hurt, of Chesapeake, Va. She has many nieces and nephews who feel more like brothers and sisters to me.

In 2006 she married Dale Eller who was the love of her life. With her second marriage she was able to gain two more children, Della Eller who died in 2011 from diabetic complications and Norman Eller and wife, Susanna and grand-children Katie and Jacob from Slabfork, W.Va.

She loved the Lord and enjoyed the fellowship that came with it. She attended First Church of God on Canaan Road Christiansburg, Va. for many years and was a member of Good Shepherd Baptist Church, where she not only worshiped but made many special friends in the fellowship group (Senior Saints). She leaves behind many to cherish her memories, special friends Brenda Lyons and all the Senior Saints.

The phrase “I love You” were not just words spoken by her. When she said it you knew she meant it. She always showered her family and friends with hugs and kisses. I hope that my husband Tony Phillips, her grandsons Alex and Logan Phillips are able to show as much love, kindness, forgiveness and acceptance as she embodied.

In lieu of flowers please make donation To Good Shepherd Baptist Church Senior Saints, P.O. Box 398 Christiansburg VA 24068. Or

Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 3, 2015 at Good Shepherd 155 Dunlap Drive, Christiansburg VA 24073. Visitation one hour prior to services.