We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Nelson Memorial Gardens, Inc.
Linda Denise "Nicey" Brown, was born on July 24, 1963, to Mary Lee Kyles and Samuel Dixie. She was born and raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She attended and graduated from Wayne High School in 1982. She earned an Associate's Degree in Dental Laboratory Technology in 1996 from IPFW. In 1997 she earned her license from Ravenscroft Beauty College and became a certified nail technician. She worked at M&M Nails and Toes and eventually worked from home as a nail technician.
Linda attended Concordia Lutheran Church with her family under the current leadership of Pastor Doug Croucher. She lived her life in Christ and she always acknowledged Him as her Lord and Savior.
Linda enjoyed spending time with the people she loved dearly, traveling, going to concerts, as well as spending time dedicating her time to helping others in need. She valued education, loved cooking, shopping, and getting pampered. Her favorite color was purple. In her spare time, she would volunteer at the Men's Rescue Mission as a server and she also volunteered at the Fort Wayne Urban League as well as various other organizations. Linda was well known for her great cooking and sense of fashion. everyone has known of her as a "Diva." She also had a great sense of humor and always kept a smile on her face. She was always the "fun" or "cool" aunt in the family and knew how to have fun. She was the life of the party! LOL
Linda leaves to cherish her memory, her three children, and her legacies, Teso Kyles, Davon Kyles, and Destiney Kyles, three brothers; Melvin Kyles, Walter Kyles, and Stanley Kyles, along with several nieces, nephews, great-nieces, and great-nephews, cousins, and extended family members.
Linda transitioned and was called home to the Lord on May 30, 2022. She was preceded in death by her parents, Mary Lee Kyles and Samuel Dixie, two sisters; Nancy Nichols and Florence Burney, and one brother; Leon Kyles.