I am still hear broken over the death of my dearest college friend. Have enjoy reminisnicing about the many wonderful times we shared together trough out our entire life time. Would have loved to have been able to pay my last respects and still finding it hard to believe I was not there. We always had a pack that we would be there for each other as we thought most of our friends would be passed away. She always said " Jean you know you have longevity.
We are so sorry to hear about your sister. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers during this time.
Alethea and Dennis Cook
Ann and M.L. Clark
Doe, I can see Charlotte welcoming her friend home. I know we will miss her for now.
I do remember you talking about your "big"
sister, years ago when we were at Winship School. I know you have lots of memories that you will cherish forever.May God comfort you and your family during this time.
Hope to see you when I come to Ga. again.
We were at Miller High School together. She was a lovely person. My condolences. Madge Clifton DeMay, St. Simons Isl, Ga
Betty Ware was a fun member of our Red Hat Group at Carlyle Place, "The Southern Belles." We have memories of good times together celebrating with lunches, teas and trips and dressed to the nines! All of us are sad to lose this special lady. We send her family sympathy and prayers.
So sorry for your loss. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
Perhaps the sweetest person I have ever known..My good friend for over 60 years,as has my precious Doe..How fortunate to have such special people in my life..
I will miss and love her all my days, and only wish i could have given her one last hug..
To Doe and all the family...You are in my heart and prayers and I love you..
Enjoyed her visits when she came to GSU to visit her niece, Betty-Ware Wray. It was always a delight to see Betty-Ware's family. They were very close and loved one another very much. They were always an example of what a loving family should be. I know Aunt will be missed and was truly loved by her sister, Doe and her niece's family, Betty-Ware Wray.
From Carole Sloan. Doe, the last time I was with Betty Ware, I came by her lovely retirement home, and she/I went to my 50th high school reunion. She invited me to spend some nights w/her, and I did. We toured Mercer Campus, then went by your house for cookies/tea. What a grand few days we had!!! We were sure to chat w/each other around Thanksgiving--I had made a note to call her this weekend. I was just in Thomaston, and Allen and I spent some time thinking about Betty Ware. She/Allen had fun planning projects for her home in Thomaston. She/Allen had a big project--he built a large doghouse, a local artist painted it-recycling for the humane society--I have a picture of the three of them by the dog house. She was my Home Ec. teacher, but I met Kenneth J. and Betty Ware when we had traveled to Texas to receive accreditation awards for schools. I had gotten my degree and was teaching in Tuscaloosa. Discovered that Kenneth J. had completed graduate work at The University of Alabama. Since my husband/I had gotten our graduate degrees at The University of Alabama, a common interest led to many happy times together. They came to see us in Tuscaloosa several times. My eyes are teary as I remember the times Betty Ware/I spent together. But how happy I am to have those memories. I shall miss our phone visits. Thinking of you and your family with warm thoughts. Carole