Linda Anne Zablatnik, loving spirit, was born to Ted and Myrtle Richardson on August 19, 1933 and died on June 2, 2021 at the age of 87. Linda was raised by her grandparents Charles and Katherine Huffman of Oklahoma City.She attended Villa Teresa school and John Carroll Catholic high school. She was a talented musician playing the accordion and the piano at church and at city events.She tap danced and entertained at the Civic Center and the Zoo. At 18, she attended OSU where she met the love of her life Gabriel Zablatnik. They were married 67years and had 5 children and 9 grandchildren.Linda was an active mom, involved in girl scouts, cub scouts, and PTA at St. Patrick's church and school in OKC. She was treasurer of the altar society at St. Francis Catholic and member of the Mother's club. Linda received her teaching degree from OCU in Elementary Education. Linda and her husband Gabe Zablatnik were life-long residents of Oklahoma City and were actively involved in volunteer work.Linda was President of the Downtown Rotary Club 29. She served on the Board of the Oklahoma Genealogy Society, and was Chaplain for the Daughters of American Revolution. She loved history and traced her family tree back to 1763. She was a docent at the Cowboy Hall of Fame for 29 years and enjoyed giving tours to groups of elementary students. Gabe and Linda were devout Catholics and were members of St. Francis church and Christ the King Church for a total of 50 years. She was preceded in death by her parents, Ted and Myrtle Richardson; her granddaughter, Kendall House, Texas; and her husband, Gabe.She is survived by her sister, Teddy Moore; her 5 children, Elizabeth Zablatnik, Phillip Zablatnik, Charles Zablatnik, Katherine Zablatnik Webster, and Susie House. Her 9 grandchildren, Katie Torczon, Jessica Kang, Trey House, Jay Webster, Jennifer Webster, Alex House, Jelko Rolls, Lesley and Julia Rolls. Great-grandchildren, Connor Torczon, Preston Prieto, Aiden House, and Lucas Kang. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10:00 a.m. Saturday, June 5, 2021 at Christ the King Catholic Church 8005 Dorset Dr, Nichols Hills with burial to follow at Resurrection Cemetery. Flowers may be sent to Smith & Kernke N. May and Donations can be made to Daughters of American Revolution.