Linda Diane Porter, 63, of Sebastian, FL passed away October 10, 2021 at Sebastian River Medical Center in Sebastian, FL:
She was born September 1, 1958 in Gadsden, AL the daughter of William H and Polly Ettis Hemmings. She graduated from West Orange High School in Winter Garden FL.
She enjoyed fishing and camping and spending time with her grandson.
She had lived in Sebastian FL for 2 years coming from Alabama.
Linda is survived by her husband, Dwight Porter of the home in Sebastian, FL; A daughter, Lisa Smith of Vero Beach, FL; Two sisters, Lynn Pollock and her husband, Keith, of Ocoee, FL and Renee Franklin of Attalla, AL; By one brother, Gary McArdle and his wife, Kay, of Crestview, FL and by two grandchildren, Cody Napper of Sebastian, FL. and Damien Franklin.
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