Linda Sue (Stunkard) Ritter was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma on April 8, 1950 to Lawrence and Eva (Tapp) Stunkard and departed this life on April 18, 2021 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
She is preceeded in death by her parents Lawrence and Eva (Tapp) Stunkard, two sisters Beverly Jean Carpenter and Noretta Stunkard, one brother Larry Stunkard and one nephew Rodney French and one son-in-law Lance Fishinghawk.
She is survived by her husband Bob Ritter of the home, her children, daughter Teresa Fishinghawk and spouse Kellie Fetherolf of Stilwell, son Brian Ritter of of Muskogee, daughter Kristy Brown and spouse Chris Brown. One brohter Randy Stunkard and spouse Lorie of Hillsboro, Missouri. Her grandchildren, Johnathon Ritter, Daniel Ritter, Heston Fishinghawk and wife Alyssa, Ashton Fishinghawk,Collin Brown and wife Taylor, Lauren Brown, Kolter Brown, Emily Davis, Sarah Davis, J.T. Denney, Rebecca Mitchell, Eligah Hollifield, Justice Anglin, and great grandchildern Leland Brown, and Stratton Brown. Nieces and nephews, Connie Hammer, Dianna Vaughan and husband Dennis, Don Vangordon and wife Marilyn, Richard Vangordon, Danny Vaughan and wife Susan, Amy Steele and husband Rick, Aaron Davis and wife Kara, Crystal Richardson, Garry Stunkard and wife Tiffany, Charlene Anglin and husband Mike, Rodney Vaughan, Christopher Vaughan, Dustin Vaughan, Justin Vaughan, and Summer McVicker.
She had many bonus grandchildren, Cheyenne Riley, Hunter Fairbanks, Shelby Meeks, Chelsea Rock, Chandler Rock, Hunter Fishinghawk, Wyatt Fishinghawk and Mashell Haddock.
Her faith in Jesus Chirst was the platform of her life. You can bet if she knew you, she prayed for you. No matter the circumstances she never missed a church service. Whether it be in person or watching on-line. She always joked on Sunday's saying she went to Florida to church today. She watched Destiny Church in Destin, Florida. Water of any sort was her go to place. Whether it be the local park, lake or the beach in Florida. Some of her best memories were spent on the beach with her family. Her home was always open to anyone and everyone was always welcome at her table and was made to feel like family. Every holiday you could find her gathered around the dining room table playing games with family and friends. She enjoyed sitting at her dining room table and watching all of the birds through the window, which frequented her many bird feeders. She will always be missed, but her memory will always be in our hearts.