I can remember going over to the house as a 5 year old and having Betty let me sit on the vacuum as she did her house work.
This is a message written by a long-time friend of Ann and Fred Culbreth. While I did not personally know Betty, there is no doubt that she was a lovely and devoted family member. I hold Ann and Fred in such high esteem that I want to send a personal note of sympathy for the devoted family members who are experiencing grief and sadness. However, this should be a time of celebration for a life well lived. Sending my sympathy, especially to Ann and Fred Culbreth.
Doris Robertson (and my husband, Ernest)
I am so sorry to hear about "Miss Betty's" death. My parents originally met Betty in a mall walking group several years ago. Over the years, they became friends and, although I never met Betty, I feel as though I did as they mentioned her frequently. She was just that kind of person that great stories are made of!!!! I know my parents truly thought the world of her. She must have been a very special soul. I am so sorry for your loss but I am certain there are several smiling folks in heaven today.
Our deepest condolences to the family. She was a beautiful, kind and happy person. We will miss her phone calls and wonderful baked goodies. She was a treasure to know and we were fortunate to call her a friend. The family of Harrell Gardner.