Linda Beaver Bright , 82, of Noblesville, formerly of Bonita Springs, Florida, died January 19, 2021 at Prairie Lakes Health Campus in Noblesville. She died from complications of Parkinson's Disease that she had fought for over 10 years. Linda was born March 10th, 1938, in Noblesville, Indiana to Marion and Eleanor (Fisher) Beaver.
She is survived by her sons, Randy (Loidi) Burrow of Noblesville, Bart (Lee Anne) Burrow of Noblesville, and Bret (Lyneen) Burrow of Cicero. Linda was also the proud Granny of Ashley Goslee, Emlie Dawson, Marley (Cody) Roth, Kevin Morataya, Kenny Morataya, Nick (Chelsie) Burrow, Alex (Marci) Burrow, Luke (Maddie) Burrow, Liz (Aaron) Munson, and Alyson (Robby) Bray, and 16 great-grandchildren. Also surviving are brothers, Richard (Sandra) Beaver of Noblesville, Allyn Beaver of Noblesville, and Gary (Billy) Beaver of Gold Canyon, AZ; and sister, Debbe (Greg) Spannan of Noblesville.
She was proceeded in death by her brother, Mike Beaver, and grandson, Joe Burrow.
Linda loved life and was always up for an adventure. She moved to Bonita Springs, Florida in 1975 and was a barber in Naples for many years. She traveled, played tennis and golfed. Linda started running Marathons in her 50s and ran anytime she could. She hiked the Appalachian Trail and rode her bike across the U.S. Linda was a member of the Bonita Springs Lions Club and would help with the eye program at local elementary schools. She enjoyed Bluegrass Music and would volunteer at music festivals in her area. Linda played the piano at her local nursing homes and senior centers. She was an avid tree trimmer, and she volunteered her time at Florida State Parks near her home in Bonita Springs. Linda had her pilot's license and realtor's license.
Family Visitation will be on Monday, January 25th, from 10am to 11am at Randall Roberts Funeral Home, 1150 Logan Street in Noblesville. Funeral Service will be at 11:00, with Burial Service to follow at Crownland Cemetery in Noblesville, with Reverend Doug Gast officiating.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Michael J. Fox Foundation (www.michaeljfox.org) or Indiana Parkinson Foundation (www.indianaparkinson.org).