Evangelist Linda Ann Trotter was born on December 8, 1961 in Laurel, MS to the late Cleo and Annie Trotter. On June 26, 2019, surroundeded by her loving family; she made her transition to be with the Lord.
As a little girl in 1965, Linda relocated to Joliet, IL with her mother and two brothers to be with the late Mitchell Smith Sr. and his family. Linda graduated in 1979 from Joliet East High School. Linda showed her value and excellence at different jobs to gain various awars and promotions. Linda's hard working and friendly personality gained respect and love from many co-workers. So much so that at time, she would call them family. She truly loved her family from Days Inn, JJC and her last job at Amazon.
Linda was a humble and quite servant of the Lord. She loved to work in the church. Whether it was helping to clelan the church or teaching God's work, Linda was there.
Linda loved to pray and commune with the Lord by reading his word. In her excitement and zeal for the Lord, she was appointed to selected positions in various ministries which included her receiving an Evangelist and Missionary License. Her drive, effort and skills in being a people-person radiated throughout the intercessory and outreach ministry teams. Sht loved to tell people of the goodness of th Lord and to hear the testimonies of how the Lord has helped and delivered people.
Linda leaves behind so many loved ones who will cherish her memories; she leaves behind three sons, Andre' (Angela) Trotter, Ronald Jr. (Latesha) Trotter and Eric Trotter; seven grandchildren, Alexus, Adrian, Andre Jr., Andrew, Jeremiah, Jakhi and Harmony; three brothers, Mike (Belma) Trotter, Cleo "Chuck" (Nadine) Trotter Jr. and Ezekiel "Zeke" (Donna) Thomas, all of Joliet, IL; two sisters, Janet Trotter-Edwards and Darleen Trotter of Mississippi; a special aunt, Aunt Thelma; a special sister and nephews, Julia and Wayne Cherven; four nephews, Isaiah Trotter Joseph Brown, Anthony Brown, and Jameel Brows; four nieces, Tanesha Trotter, Shante Trotter, Tanya Ervin, all of Joliet, IL and Shawntae Harris of Georgia. She also leaves a host of cousins friends, and church family. She will be greatly missed by everyone.