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Malinda Ann Newsome

Malinda Ann Newsome

February 28, 1956~August 12, 2023

Malinda Ann Newsome (Nobles), age 67, passed away on Saturday, August 12, 2023. She was born in Jacksonville on February 28, 1956 to Madison and Clara Nobles. Growing up in Jacksonville, Malinda attended Paxon High School. She was predeceased by her loving husband of 48 years, Thomas Winford Newsome on January 23, 2022. Malinda was a dedicated mother most defined by her love of family and raising her children and grandchildren. She found great pleasure in bringing joy and happiness to her loved ones. Professionally, Malinda enjoyed a long career in the food, beverage, and insecticide industries. She also was active in her community helping found Westside Athletic Association in 1985 and coaching cheerleading and managing the park’s operations and finances for several years. Through this work, she helped several youths attend college and become contributing and successful members of their community. Malinda is survived by her sons, Billy Newsome (Sarah) and Scott Newsome (Inemesit), her four grandchildren, Megan Newsome, Amber Newsome, Isabella Newsome, and Walter Newsome, her sister, Louise Jackson, and her brother, Michael Nobles.


Fraser Funeral Home

  • August 23, 2023
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Fraser Funeral Home

  • August 22, 2023
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Dan & Suzie Fellows

August 17, 2023, 10:31 pm

Malinda was a classmate and good friend of mine. She and Tommy both went to school with me and my husband. They married just a few months before we did and would sometimes come to stay with us when Tommy was on leave from the Air Force. We always enjoyed their company. We are both so very sorry to hear of Malinda’s passing. Sending our condolences and prayers for the family.


August 18, 2023, 5:27 pm

Dear Scott and Inem! We are so sorry to hear your loss. Sending much love, strength and prayers in this difficult times.

Sherry Tillman

August 19, 2023, 3:32 pm

Sending love and prayers to family and friends. Malinda was a very special person, who I have thought of often that would bring a smile to my face. Malinda and Tommy were always good people and their love is exemplary of that. We will miss you friends, for the time being, but we will see you again one day. Prayers for comfort for loved ones.

Terri Simmons

August 20, 2023, 8:15 am

Malinda became my aunt when she married my Uncle Tommy. When they were just dating my Uncle played in a 3 man rock band at the skating rink that used to be on Cassat Ave. He and Malinda were only 16 or 17 at the time and me 7 years younger than them. Well, my Mom would drop off me and my friend and Malinda would walk us up to the guy that gave out the skates and say to him, “They’re with the band, give them some skates.” Which made me feel special, plus we could go behind the rail where she and the lead guitar guys Dad would sit and no one else was allowed to go. Once we were all grown and married with kids we were together a lot and would talk about our kids growing up together but that wasn’t to happen cuz I ended up having to move out of state but we’d always be together at Christmas at my Moms house. I miss those days and I miss my Uncle Tommy so much and I will miss Malinda very much too. I have nothing but the fondest memories of her she was my Aunt Malinda.

Jaclyn McLaughlin

August 23, 2023, 12:01 am

Sending all my love to you all during this time.

Marilyn Davis

August 23, 2023, 2:23 am

I am so sorry for you Billy and Scott and your families having to go through this inevitable part of life so close together. It was hard enough to lose your Dad and now your Mom very close behind him. We know Malinda had a broken heart and just maybe God thought it best to reunite her with Tommy. We know for sure she loved you boys and your precious families. Her and Tommy were so very proud of you all. I hope you will be able to find peace in your loving memories in the days and years to come. You will miss her dearly but I hope you can find some solace in knowing that her heart is not broken any more. It is not easy to lose your soulmate, the love of your life. I feel that Malinda is in a better place than us and I hope she is walking the streets of gold and celebrating with Tommy. We aren’t suppose to ask God why, so I will keep your families in my prayers for you to receive some understanding and comfort. God bless you all! Malinda, rest in peace my friend!


August 23, 2023, 4:11 pm

My condolences to the Newsome family, i pray for strength and comfort for the family. God bless

Ekamma and Asuquo Inyang

August 24, 2023, 6:50 am

Inem, Da Scot and Family! We are thinking about you all in these difficult times. Sending Love, lots of hugs and our sincere condolences. ~ The Inyang Family, York, Pennsylvania.

Billy & Tina McDaniel

August 26, 2023, 9:17 pm

Scott, Inem and the Newsome family, we are so sorry for the loss of your mother. Praying that God heals your heart and brings you comfort and peace. May the memories of your time together bring you joy and strength as you navigate the days ahead. Billy & Tina McDaniel

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