Linda Susan Fike

Linda Susan Fike, 71, of Amarillo, passed away on December 28, 2021. She was born June 3, 1950, in Flagstaff, Arizona, to Floyd Milton and Dorothy Patrick (Freeman) Fike.

Linda enjoyed many hobbies, including gardening, cross-stitch, painting, making jewelry, and especially teaching music. Hers was always the brightest smile in the room.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Floyd and Dorothy Fike, and two brothers, Rex Fike and David Fike.

Linda is survived by her brother, George Fike, and his wife, Michelle, of Amarillo.


  1. Pamela Parker

    I loved being with Susan. She always made my day better with her beautiful laugh and smile.Susan had a love for people and anyone who was with her was going to feel better before they left. She never wanted to talk about herself. She wanted to know how I was doing. I love Susan and I feel my life has been brightened by having her as a friend.

  2. Nancy Moore

    I’ll always remember Susan as being a giving person. She gave up her teaching career to move back home to take care of her parents; then cared for two elderly Aunts. She sent her sweet messages at all Holidays to Family and Friends. She didn’t have her violin with her to make music in her last home but she used her artistic skill to draw, paint and make beautiful jewelry. I’ll miss playing card games with her and her sister-in-law even when they started changing the rules.
    None of us can know the depth of a person’s pain nor how we will deal with it. Rest In Peace Susan, we love You. ?

  3. Cyndy Fike Yaklin and Mike Yaklin

    So thankful for all the years we got to enjoy your creativity and kindness Aunt Susan. Your encouragement of my music and art endeavors will always be remembered. I’m so glad Mike got to meet you. Love you forever.
    Cyndy & Mike

  4. Lavene Chinea

    She was my Mothers roommate in amarillo skilled nursing facility. She was so sweet and gracious. I was so happy she was so kind to my mother. We miss her.

  5. Chuck Shockley

    Susan family lived across the street from us, the Shockley’s. Susan and where playmates and children, we being dressed as Roy Rogers and Dale Evans….searching for the bad guys and having shoot outs with our Roy Rogers cap pistols. Such fond memories of Susan parents and brothers. My brother Joe Don was great friends with Susan’s older brother George. Joe took movie pictures of George riding down the road, on his new Harley Davidson Bike. A family that we shared love and life together…so blessed to have been close neighbors and life long friends.

  6. Jan Crum Smith

    I tried to locate Susan after she wasn’t
    in Perryton anymore.
    She was a dear friend from childhood as we both attended Full Gospel Church.
    We had so many good times and laughed once till cherry Dr. Pepper ran out her nose.I thought she was bleeding. We were at church camp in Laverne ,Oklahoma.
    I’ll have to wait now to say goodbye when we meet again and say hello.

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