Null, Linda M

Linda Mae Jarrell Null, 70 of Kenova, WV wife, mother, grandmother, sister and child of God passed away Friday, May 18, 2018 at Cabell Huntington Hospital in Huntington, WV. Linda was born June 29, 1947 in Huntington a daughter of the late Wilbur Jarrell and Opal Zornes Jarrell Scarberry. She graduated from C-K High School and had a Masters Degree from Marshall University. She was an English teacher at Wayne High School but she was so much more. She loved her students and thought of them as her own children as she taught them English and about life. If asked she would say she wanted to be a wife, mother and a teacher. Linda was a faithful member of the First Baptist Church of Ceredo, where she had been a member of the choir for over 50 years. Linda loved her God and tried to be a witness for him in all she did. She is survived by her beloved husband of 51 years, Hobert J. β€œWhitey” Null; a son and his wife, Brian and Nancy Null; a daughter and her husband, Michelle and David McAnallen, all of Kenova; grandchildren, Channing Smith, Nathan McAnallen, Ethan, Abram and Abigail Null; one brother and his wife, Tom and Colleen Jarrell of Huntington; one aunt, Betty Stewart of Ceredo and several cousins, nieces and nephews. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, May 21, 2018 at the First Baptist Church of Ceredo. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday May 22, 2018 beginning at 11 a.m. also at the church. Burial will follow in Hillcrest Cemetery. Flowers will be accepted or memorial contribution may be made to the First Baptist Church of Ceredo. Rollins Funeral Home is assisting the family. Online condolences may be expressed at www.rollinsfh.com

14 Replies to “Null, Linda M”

  1. She was an amazing teacher one of my favorites. I loved being in her class, and she really cared about all of her students. This world lost a beautiful soul, but heaven has gained a true Angel. Prayers to her family and friends. So sorry for your loss.

  2. Linda was already like an Angel. You could just see Jesus in her. I am so very sorry. I know She is in a better place, but sad She is gone. Our’ thoughts and prayers go out to all her Family. Heaven gained an Angel.

    Very Sincerely,
    Penny & Richard Blake
    Betty Amis

  3. Mrs. Null was an amazing person and teacher! I had her for English, Creative Writing, and Speech. She was truly amazing at what she did. She cared so much for any student that walked through her doors. May God be with her family! Sending prayers!

  4. Oh my, I am so sorry to hear such terrible news. I had Mrs. Null at WHS and she was by far one of the best teachers there to talk to. She never turned a student away, and always could tell when her students were having a bad day. She was such an inspirational woman, and to many of her students a great friend. So many great memories in her class. She would always push you to be the best student and human being you could and should be. The best thing to joke about in her class was her many pairs or shoes. She had shoes for every outfit and every occasion, and even though she loved her shoes she would often take them off. Although I have not seen her but a few times since graduation in 2003, this news is heartbreaking and sad. May peace be with her family now and always.

  5. Prayers for you all. Mrs. Null was one of my favorite teachers in school. I always enjoyed her class. She was so beautiful and kind and really cared about her students. I remember her having so much patience even with the most rowdy students in class. She never talked down to anyone or treated any student like they were less than or stupid. She encouraged everyone to do their best and be the best they could be. Thank you for everything, Mrs. Null. You have left me with wonderful and fond memories and I hope you knew and realized how much of a positive impact you had on so many people you crossed paths with.

  6. Mrs. Null was loved by all of her students dearly. She has made an impact in all of our lives and we will cherish our memories forever. Thoughts and prayers.

  7. Prayers to this sweet family!! We have the assurance of seeing her again some day. Hold tight to your memories. I know there were many!!! Beautiful lady inside and out!! Love and prayers to all of you!!

  8. Was my favorite teacher, the sweetest soul I knew. Thoughts and prayers to the family.

  9. So sorry to hear about this. Linda was my English teacher in High School. I Loved her as a teacher, but she was not only a teacher but a friend to all her students. Prayers that God will comfort you all.

  10. My condolences to the family. She was my teacher in high school. She was loved and respected.

  11. She was an amazing teacher and truly loved her students. She was there if you needed help or a friendly ear. I’m truly sorry for your loss. Prayers

  12. Tom
    So sorry for your loss but she’s on those streets of gold no doubt praising God Like the Bible says inTimothy β€œI have fought a good fight And kept the faith Your sister Did just that Praying for you and your family πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»

  13. Praying for you all. She is in no more pain and is in her eternal home. God Bless You all.

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