Betty inspired her family, students, and associates to set high goals for themselves and to persevere in achieving those goals. I was fortunate to have Betty as a colleague and friend.
So sorry for your loss. I had Mrs. Sheets for my 5th grade teacher in 1973 at Plumb. She always stood out as one of my better teachers even though I was only 10. She didn't put up with any nonsense from the kids but she was very fair. She expected a lot of her students so you respected her. I always remember driving by her house in morningside on my way to the pool. I think of her often, she always pushed you to do your best and expect more of yourself....Diane Gross- Langston
Mrs. Sheets was my third grade teacher at Plumb in 1978. She is the reason I learned my multiplication facts. I still refer to her now that I am an elementary teacher. I always tell my students about Mrs. Sheets and I appreciate what a great person and teacher she was. To be spoken of constantly 35 years after teaching someone says it all. So sorry for your loss. She made quite a mark.
Aunt Betty, you are missed so much.. so Sorry Wavy and wavelene for the loss of your mom.. I loved her too very much.Joyce Tomey Brown
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
Over 40 years of teaching!!! I know she was a gem. I send my sincerest sympathy. Mothers can never be replaced. See you at dinner
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Mrs. Sheets was my 3rd grade teacher at Plumb. I still remember her teaching me my times tables. She was one of my favorite teachers. Sending my thoughts and prayers to the family.
Mrs. Sheets was my 4th grade teacher in 1968, I remember her always being up, excited and that smile of hers. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family.
Sending our deepest sympathy to your extended family.
Peter and I send our condolences to Betty's family. I have many happy memories of teaching with her at Plumb. She was an amazing teacher and friend and will be missed by many. Her family will be in our thoughts and prayers. Mary Lynn Johansson
Mrs. Sheets was my fourth grade teacher at Plumb 33 years ago. I still remember her loving way. She was an amazing woman that always made me excited to go to school.