Linda Elaine Faulkner, age 74, peacefully passed away at her Tulsa home surrounded by loved ones on January 31, 2024, due to natural causes.\n\nBorn on December 1, 1949, to Lee and Pearl Comte at Camp Pendleton in Oceanside, CA, Linda was the eldest girl among six siblings in the Comte Clan. She attended El Capitan High School in Lakeside, CA, and studied cosmetology at J Boutique Beauty School. On July 27, 1967, she joyfully welcomed her first son, Curtis Ray Lund. Linda was a popular cosmetologist in El Cajon and Santee, CA until 1976, when she married David C. Lund. \n\nOn November 5, 1982, they embraced their long awaited daughter, Crystal (Lund) Lonneberg. After 17 years of marriage, Linda and David separated, remaining life long friends until David's passing in 2016.\n\nIn 1992, Linda met her soulmate, Bill Faulker, while visiting Las Vegas, NV, and after three dates they were wed on June 25, 1994. Bill's son, Christopher Faulkner, became her second son and her second favorite child. Linda and Bill happily lived in the fun and sun of Las Vegas, NV, until 1999, when they moved to a calm farmhouse in Owasso, OK. While in Owasso, they completed their beautifully blended family by adopting two more children, April Dilley and Dalton Faulkner, and for over a decade, Linda and Bill provided a home for numerous foster children in need. \n\nLinda's legacy is marked by her outlandish sense of humor, remarkable wit, and unwavering compassion that brought light and love to everyone she encountered. The world gleams with added brilliance thanks to the compassion she extended to all the young individuals whose lives were permanently transformed by the love Linda shared.\n\nLinda is survived by her adoring husband Bill Faulkner, and will be forever remembered by many: her children - Curtis Lund, Crystal Lonneberg, Christopher Faulkner, his wife Jennifer, April Dilley, and Dalton Faulkner, along with their devoted spouses/partners; their five grandchildren - Heather Hall, Zach Faulkner, Jayden Flick, Sayde Flick, and Evertt Collier; and the countless youths who will forever remember her as Momma Linda. \n\nA private celebration commemorating Linda's life will take place later in 2024. Friends and family are invited to express their love and support for her family by recounting their favorite Linda story or joke.