Betty Correne Farmer
1945 - 2020
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Betty Correne Farmer

Betty Correne Farmer age 75, passed away on October 9, 2020 due to a long battle of cancer. She was born on September 22, 1945 in Burwell, Nebraska to Walter & Ethel Jones. Betty attended North Salem High School and then married James Farmer on September 17, 1966.

Betty loved to crochet blankets, make cookies and spending time with her grandchildren. Betty worked at SAIF Corporation for 17 years as a File Clerk.

One of Betty's favorite bible verses was Ephesians 4:32 "And to be kind and compassionate to one another, forgive one another, just as God also forgave you in Christ."

Betty is survived by her two sisters Rosilie Parker and Lorelei Simion, her husband James Farmer of 54 years, her two daughters and husbands Amy and Bob Smith, Corrina and Bryan Fisher, and three grandchildren Rianna Smith, Isabelle and Gracie Fisher. All of these she loved and touched deeply.

Celebration of Life will be determined at a later date.




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Published in The Statesman Journal from Oct. 15 to Oct. 18, 2020.
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Memories & Condolences
Guest Book sponsored by Attrell's Newberg Funeral Chapel
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4 entries
October 22, 2020
Momma,
Today you were laid to rest & oh how I miss you. I only hope you know how much I love you. Tonight was so hard saying goodbye.
All of us kids were together & I know you were looking down on us filled with joy & happiness.
I promised you I would watch over daddy & sissy & our family. I will do my best to honor that promise.
Thank you for being my mom & teaching me so much. You will never be forgotten.
Love always,
Amy❤
Amy Smith
Daughter
October 20, 2020
Momma,
Oh how I miss you !! My tears just keep falling & no matter what I do my heart hurts.
Thank you so much for being my mom & always looking out for me.
Please come visit me in my dreams.
Please be with daddy as he is so lost with out you & his heart is broken.
He misses you so much & so needs to feel you close by.
Comfort him & visit him in his dreams as well.
Continue to watch over us & be our guardian angel when we need it.
I so wish God could give us do overs with the people we love. There were still so many things that I wanted to tell you before you left this earth but now I must wait till I see you again in heaven.
Walk the beautiful streets of gold & decorate them in beautiful fall colors.
I love you momma always & forever
Love your daughter,
Amy
Amy Smith
Daughter
October 20, 2020
Momma,
I miss you so much & my tears keep flowing. It does not seem real that you are gone . I so want to pick up the phone & call you, just hear you say hi & that you love me.
Thank u for being my mom & for teaching me to love & honor the Lord.
I know you are at peace & free from pain.
You are with all of our family & friends in heaven & you are decorating the streets of gold in beautiful fall colors.
Please come visit me in my dreams & please continue to watch over us & be our guardian angel when we are in need.
I love u momma so much!
Watch over daddy & help him with his broken heart. He is so lost without you.
You were his whole world & now he has an empty hole. Please visit him & comfort him momma.
We all love you & miss you so much!!
I just want my heart to stop hurting
I wish God could give us due overs. There are so many more things that I wanted to say to you before you left this earth but now I must wait until I see you again in heaven.
I love you momma & I will always remember you!
Love always,
Amy
Amy
Mother
October 18, 2020
Betty loved her family and loved The Lord. She would want everyone to be happy she got to go home to heaven. Love you, Betty!
Ev Fisher
Family
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