Mrs. Linda B. (Lindsey) Goodwin, one of God's Angels was called home on December 22, 2021, at the Regional Medical Center of Orangeburg and Calhoun Counties due to a brief unexpected event. Linda was born on July 22, 1947, to the late Martha Mae Abraham and Abram Clark.
Linda grew up in Vance and attended public schools. Later after graduation, she moved to Bronx, New York, and married Joe L. Brown, Sr; from this union, Linda and Joe had four children.
Linda was preceded in death by three of her children, Curtis, Sandra, and Joe Brown Jr. as well as, her brother Abram Clark, Jr.
Linda later moved back to South Carolina where she took on several jobs such as a baker at the Red and White, a ball inflater for Seasonal Industrial Company, and as a nanny for many years for several loving families that loved her unconditionally. On March 16, 1996, she married the late Mr. Nathaniel Goodwin, who preceded her in death on October 17, 2018.
"Lindsey" as she affectionately was called was a sweet, quiet, and humble person; in fact, to know her was to love her. She had a passion for her Bible, going to church, and fishing. Linda was a faithful and dedicated woman of God who was dedicated to reading and studying her bible. She was a faithful member of Rock Hill AME Church, where she was a part of Women of Grace and a member of the Angelic Choir. Linda had a heart of gold and loved her family and church family unconditionally.
Linda has reunited with her husband; Nathaniel, parents; Martha and Abram; brother Abram; children; Curtis, Sandra, Joe, daughter-in-law Lettie, and granddaughter Sandreka.
Linda leaves to cherish her loving memories: her daughters, who will truly miss her; Angela Brown (Chad) of Vance, SC; Sequoia (Dominick) Capers of Vance, SC, two sons; Jimmy Jacques of Vance, SC; Nathan (Sondiner) Goodwin of Holly Hill, SC, five grandchildren; Shannon (Troy) Gilmore of Texas; Jasmine Brown of Vance, SC; Curtis Brown, Jr., of Eutawville, SC, Lyanna Brown of North Carolina and Egypt Brown of Bronx, New York; 13 great-grandchildren; Demond and Demonti Randolph, Destiny, Tamerah, and Deaunna Skinner, Jamya and Jeramri Smith, Ahmand Williams, Alexia and Isis Brown, Cincdere Capers, Lettie Brown and Tristen Gilmore; two sisters, Oneatha Oliver of Vance, SC, Betty (Fitz Roy) Phillips Miramar, Florida; six aunts, Lourine Abraham of Vance, SC., Dorothy (Gregory) Mirabal of South Miami, Fl., Lucille Boone of North Carolina, Kernis (George) Jamison, HElen Mannie and Mary Ann (John) Madden, all of White Plains, NY; one uncle, Samuel (Bea) Abraham of White Plains, NY; four sister- in- laws , Daisy Shelton of Queens, NY, Laura Lee Farris of Nichols, SC, Lottie Mae Robinson and Louise (John) Watson both of Holly Hill, SC; two brothers -in-laws; Leroy (Jackie) Elmoore of Durham, NC and Wade Allen (Erica) Goodwin of Mt. Airy, NC; three extended daughters; Delphine Gillard, Evelyn Bell, and Eva Keitt; three extended sons; Michael and Rodney Wilson and RIcky Gillard; a special auntie that she grew up with like a sister; Mary Ann Madden; her forever sister-in-law, Fluorine Brown; life time best friends; Deacon James and Ruby Palmer; twobeloved nephews; Fitzroy Phillips and Anthony Oliver; one extended sister that will forever be a part of her, Lena Keitt; two special loving cousins; Elizabeth Void and Hattie Pooser; first cousins, the Clark's, Abrahams, Asbury's, Shaw's, Perry's,and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
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