Linda Sue Meyer

Linda Sue Meyer, 84, of Friendswood, Texas, passed away on June 24, 2021 in League City, Texas. She was born in Luling, Texas on July 8, 1936 to Ralph and Tommie Abbott. She lived in Luling, Texas throughout her childhood.  A few accomplishments Linda achieved in high school were : band 3yrs, Majorette 2yrs, FHA 2yrs, president 1yr, volleyball 2yrs, tennis 3yrs, co-editor 1yr, class favorite junior yr. She married her high school sweetheart, Gary Hugh Meyer. Linda joined Gary at the University of Texas where they attended college until 1958. They eventually relocated to La Marque, Texas where they would raise their two sons.

In 1973, Linda moved to the Clear Lake City area where she became involved in the real estate business. She received her residential real estate license and worked for several real estate agencies including Gary Greene Realtors, RE/MAX and Bridgestone Properties.  She was very successful in this venture; her specialty was calling on large corporations and finding homes for relocating employees. Linda put time and energy in to getting to know and entertaining her clients.  She took joy in delivering special gifts to them on the holidays and when they purchased or sold their homes.

Linda loved to shop and was always boasting about the bargains she found!  She had quite a flair for fashion and always dressed her best. Home decorating was another area that she loved and was very talented at.  She was the life of the party and loved music, dancing, and spending time with family and friends. Linda was also a sports enthusiast. She traveled to her son’s and grandchildren’s sporting events and was forever their biggest fan! Linda cared deeply for her family and her friends. She always wanted to dine with a view of the water, and her favorite place to go was The Flying Dutchman.  She also loved spending time outdoors.  The hill country was one of her favorite places.  Visiting her nephew Robert’s ranch was at the top of the list for her.  Being in the hill country with her family was her happy place.  She leaves behind a legacy of love and a legacy of laughter. She will be missed dearly.

Linda is survived by her son Brad Abbott Meyer of Las Colinas and Monica Staples Meyer of Coppell, her son Mark Gary Meyer and daughter-in-law Mary Jane Meyer of Alvin, and her grandchildren Lindsey Meyer Onyegbule and her husband Miles Onyegbule, Reagan Elizabeth Meyer, and Maci Beach and her husband Kody Beach. She is also survived by her sister Mattie Nell King, nephew Robert King and his wife Trina King, and nephew Roy King. Linda is preceded in death by her father Ralph Abbott, her mother Tommie Abbott, brother-in-law Bill King, and dear relative Linda King.

The family will receive friends on Friday, July 9, 2021 at 4:00 pm with a Celebration of Life Ceremony at 5:00 pm at Crowder Funeral Home, 1645 East Main, League City, Texas 77573. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to in her honor.


  1. Brad-
    Your dear mother Linda chose to fill her life with intentional purpose, with meaning, with an attitude of service to others and making society a better place.
    She had such a deep love for you & your children, positively impacting their lives.
    Her life and legacy she left on you and your daughters will be remembered forever.
    Blessings & peace be with you and your family.
    Lawrence & Trish Swicegood

    Lawrence & Trish Swicegood
  2. Brad:
    I share my sadness and sympathy with you. My friendship of 45 years with Linda holds many great memories of trips, tennis, raising our kids together, and day to day living of our lives. She was a special person that brought laughter and fun to so many situations. I will miss her.
    Praying that God brings peace to you and your family at this time of loss.
    Sylvia Stoll

    Sylvia Stoll

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