Linda Fields Obituary, Nevada US, Linda Fields Has Sadly Passed Away

Linda Fields Obituary, Death – Linda Fields, a lifetime Valentine, passed away after a five-year cancer fight. Linda was born born on February 14 and reared in San Marcos, Texas to Virginia Hofheinz Gregg and Stephen R. Gregg. She earned a bachelor’s degree in education from Texas State University. She taught for eight years before having her first kid in 1974. She enjoyed volunteering and worked on numerous committees and boards when her employment ended, including the Ronald McDonald House-Houston, Victory Houston-a subsidiary of the American Cancer Society, the Texas State University Foundation Board, and the Houston Museum of Natural Science Guild.

She was recognized by numerous organizations for her time, talent, and treasure. She is a San Marcos High School Distinguished Alumnus, a Texas State University Distinguished Alumnus, and a Texas State University Honorary Doctoral Degree holder. Linda and her husband also have endowed chairs and teach at Texas State University’s McCoy College of Business Administration. Strutter Gallery and the West Side Complex at Bobcat Stadium are also named after her.

Linda is survived by her two sons, Greggory Fields Burk and Jay D. Fields, as well as her daughter-in-law, Allie Nachtigall Fields, two granddaughters, Virginia Fields Burk and Evelyn James Burk, and one grandson, Jay D. Fields, Jr. She is survived by her two brothers, Steve and Alex Gregg, as well as her husband of 52 years, Jerry. The Fields family wishes to express gratitude to her doctors for the ongoing care and treatment she has received over the years. Dan Gambos, Gabriel Mena, Ameen Mahvash, and Jeffery Bates are the doctors. We would also like to thank our other medical friends, Drs. Will Fox, Lindsay Fox, and Jessica Brown Mena, who have advised and counseled us in our moments of need and hesitation. Thank you for your consideration and understanding.