In Memory

Linda Kelly (Sheldon)

Linda Kelly (Sheldon)

Linda Ann Sheldon nee' Kelly, 71, died Thursday, May 13, 2021. She is survived by her son, Stephen, his wife Chanda and their children Che and Isaiah, of Atlanta. She was preceded in death by her wife, Leigh McClelland of Atlanta. She was born October 20, 1949 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to the late George and Martha Kelly. The family is holding a private reception, and asks that donations be made in her name to the Warnock for Georgia campaign fund. She was amazing and she will be missed.

Published by Atlanta Journal-Constitution on May 18, 2021.

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10/01/21 04:33 PM #1    

Tuck Milligan

I am so sorry to hear of your loss.  Linda lived her life with such courage and honesty.  I will always admire her strength.  My condolences to her entire family. 

Tuck Milligan

10/01/21 05:04 PM #2    

Kay Maas (Coward)

Sad news indeed. Sincere condolences to her family. Losing too many.

10/01/21 07:50 PM #3    

Donna Price (Wilkinson)

Sorry to hear of her passing. I enjoyed knowing her in elementary school. Nice person! Thoughts and prayers to her family.


10/02/21 12:53 PM #4    

Lynnette Barker (Seehausen)

So sorry to hear. Condolences to here family.

10/03/21 07:19 PM #5    

William Tipton

Another beautiful soul. Very sad to hear of Linda's passing

10/04/21 09:08 AM #6    

Nancy Ball (Clein)

I'm saddened to hear of Linda's passing. I remember her wit and her winning smile. She was a courageous warrior and will be remembered with affection and gratitude.

10/05/21 11:58 AM #7    

Ed Molotsky

So sorry to hear about this. I remember her. 
Really nice lady.



07/17/22 07:26 PM #8    

Mary Alice Lang (Salisbury)

I somehow missed the original posting of Linda's passing.  I am so very sorry to hear of her death,   Linda was always a class act.  An "Old Soul" in some ways --mature beyond her years.   I always admired her... she was bright, personable, and kind. She lived "above the fray."  She always seemed steady and calm during times that were so unsettling for so many of us.   And I loved her smile.  It just lit up her face. Sending peace to all in her family, as I know the loss of someone like Linda does not just "go away" after 6 months, a year, or even EVER.  May you find comfort in knowing Linda was loved and respected by so many of us at SWHS. She will be missed.     

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