Linda Jo Braden Roberts, 75, of Atoka, passed away on Monday, April 4 at her home after a brief illness. She was born in Memphis and graduated in 1965 from Westside High School in Memphis. She later attended Freed Hardeman College in Henderson, TN. She was an administrative secretary at Baptist Memorial Healthcare Corp. where she worked for 43 years, retiring in 2013. Linda was a member of the Munford Church of Christ. She enjoyed photography, family genealogy, playing bunco, visiting with friends, traveling, relaxing near mountain streams, being at a beach anywhere and spending time with her family. Linda is preceded in death by her loving husband, Donald K. Roberts, Sr., who died in December, 2016 after 40 years of marriage. Others who preceded her in death include her parents, Thomas Henry and Josephine Ross Braden and her older sister, Joyce Annette Braden Case. Linda is survived by her daughter, Mary Emily Roberts McCoy (Chris) of Brighton and her son, Chad Timothy Ables (Stephanie) of Munford. She also leaves her deceased husband’s children, whom she loved dearly, Kenneth Roberts of Clearfield, UT, Sherrye Britt (David) of Eads and Shiela Bowers of Oakland. Linda was “granny” and/or “grammy” to her four granddaughters, Emily Waters of Atoka, Allison Kight of Brighton, Skylar McCoy of Brighton and Chloe Ables of Munford and “Grandma” to 12 step-grandchildren and 15 step-great grandchildren. Linda also leaves a sister, Vicki Lynn Braden (Bill) of Foley, AL and a brother James Thomas Braden (Connie) of Oakland. In addition, she leaves four nieces, four nephews (and several step ones, too) and numerous “lifetime” friends from high school, former co-worker friends from BMH, bunco club buds that have been together for over 18 years, and her beloved “church pew” friends at church. Funeral services will be held at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 11 at the Covington Funeral Home chapel with the family receiving friends two hours prior to the service at the funeral home. Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, April 12 at the Obion County Memorial Gardens of Ken-Tenn Highway in Union City, TN. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Munford Church of Christ, 435 S. Tipton Rd., Munford, TN 38058 or the Tunnel to Towers Foundation for disabled veterans.