Edith Lindley

Edith LindleyEDITH LINDLEY (’42), 98, of Denton, who taught home economics at North Texas for more than 30 years, died Jan. 25. After graduation, she taught home economics at Hobbs and Sanger ISDs. In 1949, she began teaching at North Texas and returned in 1963 after a stint working at Texas A&M University. She retired in 1982. Edith was an active volunteer at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital for 25 years, an avid seamstress, cook and world traveler, climbing the Great Wall of China at 85. She and her friends never missed a UNT football or basketball game as long as they could make it. Survivors include her daughters, Denise Harpool, a senior buyer in procurement services for the UNT System, and Diane Lindley Weaver ('76).

Edith LindleyEDITH LINDLEY (’42), 98, of Denton, who taught home economics at North Texas for more than 30 years, died Jan. 25. After graduation, she taught home economics at Hobbs and Sanger ISDs. In 1949, she began teaching at North Texas and returned in 1963 after a stint working at Texas A&M University. She retired in 1982. Edith was an active volunteer at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital for 25 years, an avid seamstress, cook and world traveler, climbing the Great Wall of China at 85. She and her friends never missed a UNT football or basketball game as long as they could make it. Survivors include her daughters, Denise Harpool, a senior buyer in procurement services for the UNT System, and Diane Lindley Weaver ('76).