Betty J. Padgett, 78, of Jacksboro, died Sept. 30 at UT Medical Center.
She was a member of Island Ford Baptist Church in Lake City. She enjoyed cooking, yard work, watching Lady Vols basketball and the 'Duke Boys' basketball, singing and playing piano.
She was preceded in death by her parents James Lincoln and Nora Ayers Branam; husband Bill Fowler; son Leslie Fowler; brothers Elzo, Lonzo, and JT Branam; sister Loretta Parks; and granddaughter Dakota Fowler.
She is survived by her husband Chester Padgett of Jacksboro; daughter Debbie Roseberry and husband David, Sr. of Brandon, Miss.; stepdaughter Lindsay Sunday and husband Dale of Cincinnati; stepson Donnie Padgett and wife Joann of Cincinnati, Ohio; grandchildren Stephanie Adkins Curry of Atlanta, Ga. Amber Roseberry of Brandon, Miss., Andrew Fowler, Lauren Fowler, Krystal Smiddy all of Jacksboro, David Roseberry Jr., Shannon Barnett both of Atlanta, Alex Padgett, Kyle Sunday, and Nick Sunday all of Cincinnati, Ohio; great-granddaughter Addison Gullion of Atlanta; five other step-great-grandchildren of Atlanta; one great-great-grandson of Atlanta; several nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends.
Interment was Oct. 4 at Mt. Paran Cemetery.
Martin Wilson Funeral Home was in charge of these arrangements.