Linda Kay (Moudy) Nickle, 80, of Covington went to be home with her Lord and Savior and family on the morning of Oct. 5, 2021, at OSF Hospital in Danville, Illinois.
She was born Nov. 6, 1940, in Mound Township, Warren County (near Foster), the daughter of Robert T. Moudy and Lillian V. (Shumacker) Moudy. She married Dr. William C. Nickle on Aug. 31, 1962, at Benson Chapel Church in Warren County.
Linda is survived by her four sons, Daniel W. (Lisa) Nickle, Kenneth L. of Covington, Joseph R. (Christy) of Veedersburg and James E. (Rochelle) of Muskegon, Michigan; eight granddaughters, Taylor, Abby, Brittney, Bailey, Storie, Lexy, Zoie and Raina; three grandsons, Colby, Lucas and Finn; one step-grandson Wesley Youhas; three great-grandchildren, Memphis, Cora and Riot; and two sisters, Gayle (Tom) Spring and Carol Powell. She also has several nieces and nephews in Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Maine, Connecticut and Virginia.
She was preceded in death by her husband William; parents Robert and Lillian; sister Connie (Cliff) Smith; and brother Robert (Jane) Moudy.
Linda was a part of the Covington High School graduating class of 1958, as well as attended Perrysville Schools for 10 years. She retired from the United State Postal Service after a 22-year career as a service carrier after working at branches in Covington, Indiana, Greensville, South Carolina and Catlin, Illinois. She also worked at General Electric in Danville, Illinois, for a number of years. She was a devoted member of First Baptist Church in Danville. She enjoyed her life as a devoted and loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Many enjoyable years of her life were spent in Christian service in many churches across the country alongside her husband. She was a proud field representative for the Lighthouse Children’s Home in Kosciusko, Mississippi and Costa Rica.
She had a vast joy for life and enjoyed spending her time with friends, reading, planting flowers, working in her garden, capturing life’s moments through pictures, traveling and vacationing with her family, attending church and giving back to others.
A celebration of Linda’s life will be held at 2 p.m. (EST), Monday, Oct. 11 at Sunset Funeral Home and Cremation Center, 420 Third St., Covington. Visitation will be from noon to 2 p.m. Monday prior to her service at the funeral home. Final resting place will be at Lower Mound Cemetery in Warren County.
Memorial donations can be made in her memory to her favorite charity the Lighthouse Children’s Home. Please join her family in sharing memories through her Tribute Wall at www.sunsetfuneralhome.com.
“Service was my gift to God, my husband, and my family.”