Linda Goble Tait

Linda, a feisty, spirited and dancing woman with a deep passion for life and an extraordinarily kind and open heart, began her next journey on October 1st, 2021

Linda was born September 28th, 1942 in Cedar City, Utah to Irene Heap and O’dell (Curly) Bryant. She attended school there as well. Linda met and married Pat Lanar Goble right out of high school.

Linda (Pat) started their family in Alameda and San Jose, California. Patti Lin was born first, Scott Lanar was second and Lori Dawn was close behind. They later moved to Las Vegas, NV where Lana Rae was a 14 year later surprise. Linda asked God why and figured it out when a year later Scotty was taken from us way too soon.

Linda was an avid dance;r teaching tap dance was her passion. She loved making quilts, going to the cabin, sitting around the campfire singing with the guitars, and shopping to her hearts content.

Linda loved serving in the church. She was an awesome primary teacher, she loved visiting teaching and especially loved going to the temple.

Linda was always teaching children, she loved being a resource teacher, she loved every child she ever met especially if they were brand new.

Family was always the most important to her. She loved and accepted everyone she knew and even the ones she didn’t know. She was able to talk to anyone, and always made you feel comfortable.

Linda leaves behind a lasting legacy of love including her husband, Theo Tait, daughters Patti Flores Johnson (Shane), Lori Goble Crapo (Marty), Lana Rae Goble Hancock (Derek), her Brother Garth (Dianne) Bryant, Her sister Pam (Russell) Batt, many nieces and nephews, her 7 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren and the countless adopted, both legally and with her whole heart.

Us girls pray she is dancing with the people she had a glorious reunion with including her parents Irene and Odell Bryant, her husband Pat Lanar Goble, her son Scott Lanar Goble and her sisters Dawna (Burnell) Isom and Patsy Lee.

Her viewing will be Friday october 8th 6:00-7:00 PM at the Kaibab Stake Center in Kanab utah

Her service will begin on Saturday October 9th at 11:00 am at the Kaibab stake center in Kanab, Utah, followed by graveside services in Cedar City, Utah.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to the memorial account set up at Mountain America Credit Union under Lacey Ganther, last 4 of the account 4083 and the account is named “Grandma”.


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  1. Annie Sorenson October 8, 2021 at 6:46 pm - Reply

    I am so sorry to hear about your mother. She was a beautiful person and will be missed.

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