BETTYE-ROBINSON-Obituary

BETTYE ROBINSON

South Jordan, Utah

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Bettye Robinson "GiGi" Bettye Lou Sumner Robinson, 87 years young, our beloved mother, grandmother, aunt, and friend passed away peacefully on Tuesday, July 5th, 2011 in Salt Lake City, Utah, surrounded by her loving family.Bettye was born on January 23, 1924 in Bentonville,...

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Jeff,

I am saddened by your loss and I will miss hearing your mom on the phone calling for you here at work. You're in my thoughts and prayers. God bless you and your family.

Dear Jeff and family, After we say good-bye, it is the shining memories of love and laughter that will comfort us forever. Please know that our thoughts are with you though we can't be there in person. Art and Jenienne Litson and family.

Jeff and family, It was 58 years ago that your mother came into my life and became my aunt when I married my husband, Creig R Jewkes. She was always so friendly and fun to be around. I have great memories of her at our home when we had family Thanksgiving dinners there and other family events. Creig and I liked to drop in to visit Jack and her in their home. I am sorry that I couldn't attend her celebration of life. I would like to share this poem that I received when Creig passed away 20...

I am always going to remember Bettye as a very sweet and loving wife, mother, grandmother, and Gigi to her entire family. She will be missed by all of us who were blessed to have known her.

Although I didn't spend much time with Grandma Bettye, my memories of her are sweet experiences. I love you all dearly and am sincerely sorry for this loss. Bettye and Jack will be happy together again in heaven.

My dear friend Jeff, please know how much you and your family have always meant to me. I could always count on you and particularly your Mom. Since we were kids your mom always kept us in line and loved us all. I will be with you going forward.

God Bless, Jim Kauerz

It can be so hard to face the first year without your loved one, but the love of family and friends can carry you through.