Linda Marie Bond Tisdale, 52, of Chattanooga, passed away Wednesday, March 21, 2012, in a local hospital.She was born in Alamo, Tenn., on March 7, 1960 to Frankie Bond and the late George Bond. She met her husband, Reginald Bernard Tisdale and they enjoyed 24 years of Holy Matrimony. Linda was a person who loved the simple things in life and LOVED to LAUGH. Her favorite hobbies were shopping, shopping, and more shopping. She lived in Jackson, Tenn., where she attended Alexander Elementary, then Tigret Middle School and finally Jackson Central Merry. In her senior year at J.C.M, she went to Washington D.C. where she was a secretary to her state Congressman. After graduating, she did her collegiate studies at University of Tennessee at Martin and Lane College. She is a proud member of Sigma Gamma Rho Inc. She attended church at an early age at Bethlehem #2 Baptist, and then attended Berean Baptist both of Jackson, Tennessee. Upon arrival in Chattanooga, she worked 26 years with the Hamilton County Department of Education where she was a devoted teacher and had passion and love for all of her students, and they truly loved her back. Linda had a strong faith in prayer and an even stronger faith in God. She was an active member of New Anointed Pure Holiness Church of God where she used her gifts to become the church secretary until her death. Her husband always spoke lovingly of his wife, stating she loved her family especially her grandchildren. She loved to "cut-up" with her friends in Jackson and abroad. She was full of laughter that kept her friends and family in stitches. Linda will be GREATLY missed by all. Most of all she will be dearly missed by her husband and all of the evenings he spent with her.She is survived by her husband, Reginald B. Tisdale; children, Brandon Bond and Juliana Tisdale; mother, Frankie Bond; brother, Charles Large; sister, Joy Prince; grandchildren, Amaya and Bailey Bond; kids, Earl Weaver and Stewart Clark and a host of nieces and nephews, cousins, in-laws, other relatives, friends and many special people whose lives she mentored and touched.A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday in the chapel of Taylor Funeral Home with Bishop A.D. Ringer as the eulogist.