Condolence & Memory Journal

What a wonderful life lived for God and family. Mandy and I have many happy, sad, and funny memories of our sweet cousin, Betty. Our road trips to Kentucky were always a joy. Until reunion day, rest in peace.

Posted by sharon Bloodworth - Granite City, IL   September 17, 2019

Aunt Betty was a lovely and generous lady. I have some very fond memories of her. Rest in peace Aunt Betty; I love you.

Posted by Betty Tinsley - Victoria, TX - family   September 11, 2019

We remember dear Betty as a friend whose long life centered on the love of our dear Lord and always placing her son David, along with her family, of utmost importance throughout her life.
Having been the first non-commissioned woman to ever hold such a prestigious position at the Pentagon, she excelled at and enjoyed
her work immensely. However, although she worked directly with many notable military and political luminaries, she never forgot her origins and remained at heart a warm, loving, and humble woman from Granite City.
Her extraordinary career accomplishments preceded the Women's Movement by decades. Yet her son David, husband Eugene, and family were her most valued life's work.
Dear friend Betty, may you now rest in the peace of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Maggie & Bob

Posted by Maggie & Bob Fischer- Starling - Kintnersville, PA - friend   September 10, 2019

Betty was a dear friend and I am very blessed to have had her in my life for a few years. My sympathy goes out to David and family. God Bless.

Posted by Lori Rucker - Pawleys Island,, SC - friend   September 09, 2019