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Linda Broesche


Linda Gail Perryman Broesche passed away on February 28, 2024, surrounded by her loving husband and children, after several months of battling cancer.

The fourth of eight children born to Doris and Gerald Perryman, Linda was born October 16, 1951, in Freeport, Texas.

After graduation from Brazosport High School in 1970, she attended Stephen F. Austin State University, where she completed a degree in Home Economics, along with a teaching certificate.

In July of 1974 she wed Allen Broesche and together they raised four children. During their 49 years of marriage, they lived in Virginia, Missouri, Illinois, Mississippi, and Texas.

Linda was an active member of Holy Redeemer Catholic Parish since its inception in 2000, serving as a choir member and part of the baptismal bib ministry. Linda loved sewing, and spent much of her free time making dresses for her three daughters and granddaughters, as well as smocking and quilting. She was a wonderful cook, and spent much time in the kitchen preparing food for her beloved family, especially for many holidays spent together. She enjoyed yearly vacations with her children and grandchildren and cherished those times immensely. Linda also volunteered at the AdvoCats Clothes Closet for many years.

Linda is survived by her husband, Allen; children, Amy Leonard (Derek), Jennifer Nail (Chris), Pamela Singleton (Jeremy), and Matthew Broesche; along with her siblings, Gerald F. Perryman Jr. (Debbie), Kathleen Roberts (Don), Thomas Perryman (Sandra), Larry Perryman (Lynda), Robert Perryman (Karen), Denise Babb (Buz), and Patrick Perryman (Meg); her grandchildren, Ashleigh Leonard, Michelle Leonard, Taryn Leonard, Caroline Leonard, Meredith Nail, Dylan Nail, Coen Nail, Abigail Singleton, Caleb Singleton, and Tanner Singleton; and many cousins, nieces, and nephews.

A funeral Mass in honor of Linda will begin 11 a.m. Tuesday, March 12, at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church in Aledo, followed by inurnment at DFW National Cemetery at 3:15 p.m.

The Community News
March 8, 2024