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April 22, 2024


Linda Chumley Brumfield

August 28, 1941 - April 21, 2024

Linda Chumley Brumfield, age 82 and a resident of Mount Hermon, passed away peacefully Sunday night April 21, 2024 at her home surrounded by her loving family. She was retired after serving as the business office manager at Riverside Medical Center for over 20 years. Linda was a longtime member of Bogue Chitto Baptist Church. She loved tending to her beautiful flower beds and working in her yard. Linda made big dinners each Sunday for her family, and was an excellent cook, especially her cornbread dressing. She liked to travel and had taken trips to Hawaii, Iceland and Caribbean islands Jamaica and The Bahamas. Linda had a big heart for animals and rescued countless dogs and cats from the roadsides near her home, which would then become her pets. She had also rescued an owl and birds that she later released back to the wild. Linda was always a loving wife, mother and grandmother and she cherished all the time spent with her family.

Survived by: Husband of 63 years: Wayne Brumfield of Mt. Hermon; 2 Daughters and a Son in law: Jenny and Wayne Rawls of Mt. Hermon, Melanie Brumfield Smith of Mandeville; Grandchildren and Spouses: Brandi Whaley, Miranda and Al Pertuz, Andrew and Breana Rawls, Jacob Rawls, Alex Smith, Shelby Smith, Jonathon and Kimber Brumfield; Great-grandchildren: Madison, Makenzie, Brieanna, Gavin, Sadie, Avery, Oakland, Miley Kamden, Korbin, Layla, Addie; Sister: Fran Varnado of Franklinton; Also numerous nieces and nephews

She was preceded in death by her son T. Wayne Brumfield, granddaughter Ashley Elizabeth Brumfield, son in law Dr. Jay Smith, parents Charlie Chumley and Helen Green Chumley, nieces, Kim Hartzog, Sandy Stevens, father in law and mother in law John A. and Ophelia Brumfield and several brothers in law and sisters in law.

There will be a family gathering at a later date to memorialize her precious life.

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