Linda Oglesby Arp

Linda Oglesby Arp, 76, went to be with the Lord and Savior on March 11, 2022, in Houston, Texas surrounded by all her loved ones. 

She was born on August 21, 1945 to Lillie Mae and Willie (Bill) Oglesby. Linda married Walter Arp on April 4th, 1998 and they shared 24 loving years of marriage together.  

She was heavily involved in her church, First Baptist Church Huffman, where she was devoted to her Sunday school class and a member of the choir for many years. She had a passion for Jesus, her family, her backyard wildlife, and creating beautiful flower arrangements and decorations. 

Linda (Mom/Nana) is survived by: her husband, Walter Arp; daughters, Starlett Mueller and husband Russell Mueller;  Crystal (Tish) Dreymala and husband Tracy Dreymala; grandchildren, Cierra Rodriguez and husband Steven Rodriguez, Dalaina Dreymala, and Rustin Mueller; great grandson, Kolter Rodriguez; niece, Tracey Oglesby, and numerous other relatives.

She is preceded in death by her parents:  Lillie Mae and Bill Oglesby; brother, Ronnie Oglesby; nephew, Darin Oglesby; and great grandson, Kohen Rodriguez.

A graveside service will be held at Forest Park East on Friday, March 18, 2022 at 11:30 am and a “tribute luncheon” at 1:30 at First Baptist Church Huffman.

“Nana” was loved by so many and will be missed greatly.


  1. Linda will be missed and I have beautiful and some funny memories with her. We would not talk for years and when we did it was like we talked yesterday. We were friends from kindergarten through high school and at church then we got busy with family but then reconnected about 20 years ago. One thing we knew and often expressed to each other is how fortunate we were to grow up with our wonderful parents.
    God bless you and give you comfort Walt, Starlett, Tish and your families.

    Virginia Eberle Sabayrac
  2. There are no words. Darrell and I loved Linda like a mom. She was always so thoughtful and loving. Our hearts go out to Walt and the rest of the family. The assurance that we will see her again doesn’t ease the pain, but it does make it bearable.

    Carol Jamison
  3. Sorry to hear about Linda’s parting. We went to Jr. High and high school together. My husband is David an d he was friends with her brother Ronnie and we both lived close in east end. LINDA KAY HARRIS OBRIEN

    Linda O 'BRIEN

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