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Betty Wheeling Sutphin

Dublin, Virginia

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Mom, I remember....

...How happy I felt in the morning to hear your voice coming from the kitchen.
...How gently you kissed my forehead when I was sick.
...How reassured I felt with just one hug from you.
...How quick you were to say you loved me.
...How loved I felt when you smiled at me.
...How the sound of your voice made everything right with the world.

I Love you Mom with All of my Heart, Forever.

I used to work with Betty at RCH 30 years ago! She was a pleasure to be around. Also, when I just entered the funeral servie and working at Seaver-Sanders Funeral Home, her father wast he first funeral I handled. RIP Betty!

I worked with Betty at RCH..she was a kind person and took her job seriously..I am sure she will be missed by thoughts and prayers are with the family..

So sorry for your loss. May God hold you in his care during this time.

Mom, When my real mother passed away I felt a huge sense of loss. You immediately stepped in to offer your love and support. You quickly filled that void & became a second mother to me. I will always love you for that. You welcomed me into your family with open arms. I will never forget your kindness & generosity. May god bless you. Your daughter-in-law, Boots.

Betty was the most loving big sister that any girl could ever have. I used to watch her get ready for work after I got ready for school, and I used to think that I wanted to be just like her. Years later, we finally got a chance to travel together across the country to see her son, Alan, and his family. It was an adventure that brought us closer together than ever. That was a long time ago, but I still looked forward to talking with her almost every day. I will never quit missing her. I know...

To the Family. With deepest Sympathy. You are in our prayers.

Carl DeHart and Family.

I will cherish the memories of the get-togethers with our combined families. Betty was so good to share her children, my stepchildren, and to have us at her home for picnics. I shall never forget her loving heart and her compassion for her children and others.

Mom, I'm sure that few people know, that as a young woman you had a beautiful singing voice & used to love to sing gospel. I remember that as a small boy, you would run your fingers through my hair & sing me to sleep each night. That memory has remained with me always & while in the military, it kept me warm on many a cold night. You will be sorely missed. May God give you peace. Your son, Alan


Betty's Obituaries

Betty Wheeling Sutphin, 80, of Dublin, passed away Wednesday, February 27, 2013. She was a former nurse?s aide at Radford Community Hospital for over 20 years and a member of Fairlawn Grace Brethren Church. She was a loving wife, mother and grandmother and will be sadly missed by her family. She...

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