Linda Sue Lubic July 10, 1954 – February 18, 2024

Celebration of Life


March 30, 2024


Linda Sue Lubic.

Linda Sue was born July 10, 1954 in Mitchell, South Dakota. She was the third of five children of Doris and Vern Geddes. In the '60s the family moved to Las Vegas, Nevada, where Linda spent her childhood riding bikes, playing practical jokes, designing/sewing her own clothes and making lifelong friendships. She graduated a year early from Clark High School in 1971 and joined the workforce.

Linda was born with an entrepreneurial spirit, and owned various businesses from ice cream shops and souvenir stores, to clothing boutiques in Las Vegas, New Orleans, Laguna Beach and Tehachapi. She is most well-known in Tehachapi for her stores Dahlia A Boutique, Hodad's Surf Shack and cable venture Country Cable, which she owned with her husband Richard Lubic.

Linda enjoyed finding and creating beautiful things and was often making jewelry or putting her signature sparkling "Linda flair" on various clothing items to make them unique. She was always very stylish, with flower child looks in the '70s, big hair and bright colors in the '80s, lace on EVERYTHING in the '90s and modern glam in the 2000s. She could always be found wearing something sparkly, whether it be her nails, her glasses, jewelry or bedazzled shoes.

Linda's life changed in 1990 when her only child, Ashley, was born. She dedicated her life to her daughter and loved creating fun memories. She was very involved in Ashley's childhood and often helped in Ashley's classroom, assisted with talent show acts, spent countless hours at basketball practices and sewed any costume Ashley desired. Ashley and Linda had an unbreakable bond and were often unintentionally entertaining customers at Dahlia with their banter and jokes. She was a great role model for her daughter and taught her to speak her mind, instilled anything can be accomplished with hard work and passed down many holiday traditions and the love for all things glittery.

Linda gained her angel wings with her daughter by her side, after a very brief battle with pancreatic cancer. Before her passing, Linda told her daughter she had lived a very full life, was able to travel the world and had once in a lifetime experiences. She expressed being a mother and grandmother were her greatest accomplishments.

Linda is survived by her mother Doris Barton, brothers Robert Geddes and Dennis Geddes, her daughter and son-in-law Ashley and Roc Foster, grandchildren Ford and Mackenzie Foster, and childhood best friend Lynn De La Fuente. She is preceded in death by her father Vern Geddes, ex-husband Richard Lubic, brother Mike Geddes and sister Nancy Smith.

A joyful celebration of life will be held Saturday, April 13 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at P-Dubs (20800 Santa Lucia in Tehachapi).


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