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May 15, 1933 - December 24, 2018

The family is planning a service to be held in West Virginia at a later date.

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Dear Grandma B, We had a love for each other like no other. You were my soulmate. I'm struggling with you being gone....but comforted to know that you are no longer suffering. The memories we made will forever be in my heart and I will be sure to share in generations to come. Thank you for being my grandma, mentor, and best friend. I love you and will never forget you.... -Lynner

Posted by Karissa on January 5, 2019

Betty you were the greatest sister that a brother could ever ask for. The great times we had growing up cannot be duplicated. Your love for family get togethers, your humor, and ever ready smile could turn a gloomy day into sunshine. I know that you can now see, walk, and enjoy the flowers in your garden. God bless and all our love. Your brother Fred

Posted by Fred Walker on January 1, 2019

Mom I will miss talking to you The best part of our conversations was that I could always make you laugh We shared many common beliefs and I will continue to vote GOP for you. It won't be the same without you but I have faith that I will be with you again. You were so loved and I hoped you felt that when you were here. Tell God I said hello and save me a room up there. Forever in my heart Love from your middle child Deb

Posted by Deb Friend on December 30, 2018

Dear White Momma, Where do I begin, you have been part of my life for so long. I will cherish the memories of your visits to California and you sharing all of your secret recipes. Especially your peanut butter fudge. Thanks for helping me raise Brooke when she was younger and keeping me in stiches with your humorous personality. I love you for being so kind and endearing to me all of these years. Forever in my heart. I love you. Graciela Richards

Posted by Grace Richards on December 28, 2018

We tried, Mom. I held it off for as long as I could. I hope you will forgive me. Please know that everything I did, I did out of concern & love. Pam

Posted by Pam on December 28, 2018

My grandmother was the kindest woman I’ve ever known. She was my everything as a child and by far “my favorite lady”. She was the only person I could count on every single time I needed her. I’ll forever cherish the memories I have with her. Watching Fox News and American Idol. Eating endless bowls of cheddar popcorn and ice cream for dinner. Her teaching me about makeup using her Avon skills. She used to take me and my cousin down to the Amish flea market for our birthdays. Driving down those long country roads, singing Elvis songs at the top of our lungs is something I’ll never forget. G-mama: I’ll miss you always and love you forever!

Posted by Lacie Ogaldes on December 26, 2018

Mom, You will be carried in my heart for the rest of my life. And I will strive to make you proud of me. I have always felt your love and I know that you knew how much I love you. I will see you again Mom someday in heaven. Love your son Dave

Posted by Dave Richards on December 26, 2018

RIP Grandma Betty

Posted by Marc Blaker on December 26, 2018