“It was a long sunny time ago now when I last saw Betsy, in Williamsburg, about 1991. To those of us still watching the weather, it rains a bit more steadily now. With our thanks to Betsy, we can look at the rain and think of the flowers.
“Betsy, you were a sweetheart and a wonderful person. The world is a lesser place without you.
“Betsy was beautiful in person, beautiful in character, a true friend, a dear friend, a great loss - I will miss her. My most heartfelt condolences to her family.
“Betsy was one of my dearest friends at W & M, one of my crew. She was an amazing person and I will miss her very much. My deepest condolences to the family and all us.
“Betsy was one of the best people I ever knew, with a generous heart and mind, greater than most. The world is diminished without her and my thoughts are with those who new her and loved her. Her energy is now everywhere and for all time.
“I loved Betsy from the first moment I met her at W&M. She was one of the girls that I was always happy to see. It was very sad to hear that she was no longer here on this earth enjoying this experience but because she touched so many people with her love she will always be here.
“I was so sorry to hear about Betsy. She was my best friend from seventh grade through our high school graduation. At 16 I looked to Betsy as a guide to things going on outside our small town. She read the coolest books, followed the coolest music and thought deeper than anybody I had ever known. If only grownups could connect the way we did as teens. She was an important person in my life growing up and even taught me how to drive. Although we loss contact after high school the memory of...
“Betsy...our sweet Betsy....one of my favorite and dearest to my heart friends....we missed you....and now we miss you...you were such a special person and we loved you dearly. Peg, Dana, Michelle, D.J., and Aaron Meredith
“BESTY WAS A WODERFUL NEIGHBOR 4YEARS KNOWING YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.I THANK ABOUT U BUT U N A BETER PLACE NOW I HOPE U GET TO PLANT YOUR FLOWERS.YOU N MY PRAYERS AND YOUR FAMIY. GOING BE MS NOT FORGOTTEN.
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Betsy Wooding Nuckols 53, of Petersburg, Virginia died May 7, 2013. She is survived by her loving companion Ben Norwood and her sister Birdie Jean Nuckols (husband James Corr) of the Richmond area. Betsy is also survived by a niece Denise Madar of Alexandria, VA; two nephews Eric Nuckols of...Read More