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Linda Wierick

Linda Ann Wierick

Friday, June 25th, 1954 - Saturday, November 23rd, 2019
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Linda Ann Wells Wierick, a resident of Arlington, Texas for the past 21 years, died Saturday evening, November 23, following a brief battle with cancer.

She was 65 years old. Linda and her husband of nearly 46 years, Michael Wierick, executive pastor and a campus pastor of Arlington’s Fielder Church, had three children – Nathan Wierick (Celina, Texas; spouse, Nicole), Trent Wierick (Shreveport, Louisiana; spouse, Molly); and Meredith Wierick Turner (Houston, Texas; spouse, Greg) – and three grandchildren, Cooper, Sutton and Mary Caroline. She is also survived by her mother, Ann Wells Lanza of Arlington; her brothers, Clay Wells (Mesquite Texas; spouse, Keely) and John Wells (Houston, Texas; spouse, Mary Carol); and extended family from coast to coast who adored her.

While many espouse the simple gospel of “loving God and loving others,” few embody it the way that Linda did. Forever uncomfortable in the limelight, she demonstrated her deep love for Jesus Christ and other people mostly through deep and abiding friendships, quiet acts of kindness, and too many gifts, meals and letters to count. Motivated by a lifelong love of children, Linda received her Bachelor’s Degree in Education from LSU Shreveport in 1997, then spent the next 25 years teaching elementary school students in both Louisiana and Texas. She retired in May after spending the past two decades as a deeply-loved second-grade teacher at Arlington’s Little Elementary School. But the lion’s share of her outsized heart and energies were reserved for her husband, three children and three grandchildren, whom she loved fiercely. “Created uniquely by God to be a wife, a mother and a grandmother,” as described recently by her husband, Linda died too soon but somehow fittingly just moments after the conclusion of her daughter’s wedding this past Saturday evening.

A celebration of Linda’s life will be held Sunday, December 1, 5:00 p.m., in the Fielder Church chapel, located at 2011 South Fielder Road, in Arlington.

Memorial donations may be made to Grace Gardens, a prayer garden and wildflower habitat to be constructed at the Fielder Church South Oaks Campus, by visiting fielder.org/gracegardens


Wade Family Funeral Home
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    Sunday, December 1st, 2019 | 5:00pm
    When
    Sunday, December 1st, 2019 5:00pm
    Location
    Fielder Church
    Address
    2011 S. Fielder Rd.
    ARLINGTON, TX 76013
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    The family requests that, in lieu of flowers, donations in Linda's name be made to: fielder.org/gracegardens

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Charles Willie Luster

Posted at 08:25am
My condolences from the Charles Luster family...my heart breaks for the Wierick family. Lots of fond memories.

Nick Turano

Posted at 07:46pm
Mrs. Wierick (as I knew her) was one of the greatest things I remember from my time at J.B. Little Elementary. I’m 20 years old now, and I had Mrs. Wierick as homeroom teacher in second grade. After all this time, I can clearly remember that huge smile that was stuck on her face, the way she always made me and her other kids feel comfortable and cared for. I like to imagine that Mrs. Wierick’s impressions on me as a kid helped make me who I am today, and I’m happy to have known her, if only for a year.
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With love , Debbie Piner Montgomery

Posted at 10:47am
My deepest condolences to Linda loved ones ! She was such a bright light of love and happiness! She will surely be missed ! I remember her laugh !
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Devon Mikeska

Posted at 08:09pm
Meredith - wrapping all my love in the biggest hug I can squeeze you with from afar. I’m thinking of you and praying for you to have comfort and that god protects you from the pain you and your family are feeling. All my love, Devon
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Dan and Donna Gietl

Posted at 05:17pm
I always loved teaching with Linda. She had such a loving spirit and kind heart. We will miss her today and tomorrow. Praying for you all-
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