Betty-Ewan-Obituary

Betty Scott Ewan

Dallas, Texas

1931 - 2019

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EWAN, Betty Scott Betty Scott Ewan died peacefully surrounded by family in Dallas on January 5, 2019 at the age of 87, ready to join her Savior in heaven. Betty is preceded in death by Donald Noble Ewan, her husband of 60 years. Betty is survived by her children, Linda and husband Jerry Roudebush...

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Dear Linda and Brenda,
It is so difficult to lose a beloved one;we truly sympathize with you over the loss of your mom.
Betty Ewan was gracious, generous,thoughtful,and so much fun. We will treasure those bridge games, golf games, and dinner parties we had here in Kerrville with her--and your dad.
Please know that you and your family are in our prayers. May you find comfort in your knowledge of God's special plan for us all.
Lovingly,
Ron and Sally Peterson

Dear Linda and Brenda,
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your dear mother, Betty. What a wonderful lady she was. She and Don lived down the street from me at Riverhill, and it was always a treat when she and Don came to Kerrville. We were also in the same Class at FUMC. Betty had a way of making everyone feel special, and she will certainly be missed by all those who knew her. May the many wonderful memories you have of her soften the sorrow that you now feel. God bless you and...

Brenda, Jim, Linda and Jerry
Jan and I are heartsick over your Mom's passing. Oh them memories Jan and I have and cherish and laugh about with Don and Betty as our neighbors. The roof top decorations, the cars backed into the garage for the fast getaway! Most of all, we just remember them as "good people"!
Jan and I will not be able to make it to your Mom's service, however we want you to know we are thinking of you all as your both grieve and celebrate her wonderful...

Norman and I will never forget the kindness of Betty and Don when they offered their home to us when ours burned. While they were in Kerrville that summer we were so grateful to them for a place to live. We have missed her at Book Club since her move to Dallas. We will miss the service as we are out of town with grandchildren. Our prayers and love are with you,
Sara and Norman Fry

Linda and Brenda. So sad to hear of your Mom's passing. She was always a joy to me, good neighbor and good friend. Thankful to have known her.

Linda, Brenda and family, I am so sorry to learn of your loss. Betty had a wonderful life and was a wonderful person. I just loved your Mom.

Tere Tankersley

Linda and Brenda, I'm so sad to learn of the death of my sweet, funny SMU friend. We had such good times talking about our school and younger memories. Our later years provided us with fun times on the golf course and learning to email each other. She was a joy to be around and I know your hearts are heavy, but the good Lord will comfort and carry you through this time. May God bless you with endless, good memories and peace with knowing she and Don are sharing their lives together again. ...

She will missed so very much. We give you our deepest condolences.

Brenda, Jim, and Linda -- it's Fran and Don, thanking God for the life of your incredible mama, whom we loved dearly and will miss deeply. The joy on her face, the enjoyment she poured into every moment were inspirational to us, and we feel privileged to have known her.
We will be praying the entire family through this difficult time. How lucky Betty was to have had you all as her children! No one could have cared for a parent with more devotion and dedication - we will be in...