Malinda Jane Lindsey


Malinda Jane Lindsey, departed this earth to gain her Angel Wings in Heaven at 1:06 p.m. on the second of June, 2019.
Ms. Lindsey was born at the Beckley Hospital on 13 July 1950 and has been a resident of Beckley, WV for the majority of her life.
Ms. Lindsey is survived by her son, James (Jim) P. Wills, Sr, daughter in law, Lisa M. (Gray) Wills, granddaughter, Courtney D. (Wills) Remaley, grandson in law, Derek P. Remaley, granddaughter, Paige R. Wills, grandsons, James (Jace) P. Wills II and Aaron G. Wills, great grandsons, Ellison (Eli) J. and Daxton P. Remaley all of Beckley. She is also survived by her sister, Phyllis A. Saul, of Coal City, WV and three nephews Bobby and his wife Becky, Kenny and his wife Bonnie, and Ty Saul and great nephews Kent "Bubba", Robbie, Alex and great nieces, Kendall "Hopie" Saul, Phylecia (Saul) and her husband Travis Martin, and great great nephew, S
She was preceded in death by her father, Aaron P. Lindsey, her mother, Emagene M. Lindsey, and her brother in law, Kent T. Saul, Sr.
Ms. Lindsey was known as the rock of her family. She was always the person that relatives confided in and through her spiritual guidance you were always sure to hear her say, "Say a prayer and put it in the Lord's hands. Everything will be alright." As a mother and grandmother, she was an absolute blessing for she was the epitome of what a trusted agent, heart of love, foundation, life compass, and light house truly represented.
In her early years, Ms. Lindsey enjoyed her free time as a member of the local CB club. Her CB handle referred to by all who knew her was "The Bourbon Street Lady." She enjoyed communicating and meeting new friends through the CB communication club. She was also a member of the Mabscott Eagles Club.
Ms. Lindsey was an anomaly in her period of her youth as she drove EUC dump trucks for Green Construction and Grove Construction companies helping to build the Interstate section of I-77 through Camp Creek, WV to Meadow Bridge, WV. Upon the completion of these construction contracts, she then drove over the road as a driver/trainer of an 18-wheeler covering 48-states. Upon her retirement in 2003 from this line of work, she was working for Werner Enterprise. She also served as a board member and manager of Appalachian Paving and Excavation, LLC (dba Beckley Asphalt and Paving Company).
She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints at the time of her death. She had been ill for some time yet she was able to represent a pillar of strength as she was such an Angel through this time. She will be missed by all especially by her close family as she was a lifeline of support to her immediate family.
The family will receive friends from 1:00-2:00 pm, Wednesday, June 5, 2019 at Blue Ridge Funeral Home. Funeral Services will follow at 2:00 pm in the Chapel of Blue Ridge Funeral Home with Mark Diggs officiating. Burial will be held in the Heritage Garden of Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens.
Serving as pallbearers will be Derek Remaley, Travis Martin, Robbie Saul, Alex Saul, Jason Wills and Justin Wills and honorary pallbearers will be Jace Wills, Aaron Wills, Eli Remaley and Dax Remaley.
Online condolences may be sent to the family at Blue Ridge Funeral Home & Crematorium has the honor of serving the family.
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