Linda Fay Aaron was born on Monday June 27, 1958 in Shreveport, Louisiana to Eddie Aaron and Rebecca Wilkerson Aaron.
Following a brief battle with illness Linda Fay Aaron of Dallas, TX departed on Sunday, June 12, 2022 at the age of 63.
She was the baby of the family and resided with her family in Natchitoches, Louisiana for 2 yrs., the family would later move to San Marcus, TX and Lampasas, TX before settling in Killeen, TX. This is where she met longtime friends and graduated from Killen High School.
As an adult she later moved to Dallas, TX working for Dallas Oil and Gas Co. While working there she met and married Elvin Clayton in 1983, and they would later part ways. She then dedicated time to return to school and become an Oil Leasing Analyst, and continued to work in the oil industry.
As a fierce advocate for civil rights and political justice she became a lifetime member of the NAACP and the Dallas Urban League.
In her spare time, she was a creative party planner always adding the “LA Effect”. Always giving a little extra, always going the extra mile, and adding just the right amount of special to anything she touched. She always was willing to help with anything and everyone.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Eddie and Rebecca Aaron; siblings (brothers): Eddie Aaron Jr, Floyd Aaron, James Aaron, Lloyd Aaron, Alvin Ray Aaron and Carl Jackson, John D Aaron; (sisters): Maxine Aaron Metoyer and Eddie B Aaron Doyle; brother-in-laws: Larry Milligan, Adge Barnes, Ronald Carroll, and Arthur Adams.
She leaves behind to love and cherish her memory siblings: Ramie Williams, Lee Otis Aaron, Delores Adams, Nola Milligan, Patricia Barnes, Dianne Bolden (Theodore), Mary Carroll, and Shirley Thomas; her god daughter and niece TrLucreshia Thomas; a host of other nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, cousins, and friends.