Billie H. Chayne
1933 - 2021
Baldwin Brothers Funerals & Cremations
1654 N Semoran Blvd
Orlando, FL
Billie H. Chayne, 87, passed away July 12, 2021 at ORMC ICU Orlando FL as a result of an accident at home on Friday, July 9.

Billie was born on July 19th, 1933 in Pond Creek, Oklahoma to Jess & Neva Hamblen.

Billie was a dedicated wife to her husband Bob, and loving mother to her daughters, Jeannine Chayne, and Lorraine Pierson;

Son in-law Frederick T. Pierson, and her two grandchildren, Gardner Hart Pierson and Amanda Chayne Pierson of Cary, NC.

She is survived by her sisters Bettie Boulton and Bonnie Poindexter of Orlando FL; Sister in-law Barbara Dorfman of Clarksdale AZ.; several nieces & nephews. Billie & Bob moved to Orlando in 1972 to open Barney's Bar-B-Q's and Barney's Steak House.

Billie was founder of the Orlando Day Nursery Foundation; Orlando Day Nursery Association (Merit)

She was an active member of the Scottish American Society, St Andrew's Society, and was a Dame Knight Templar of the SMOTJ.

Billie was active in bowling and golfing groups and always involved with her family and grandchildren.

Billie enjoyed all her associations, social groups, and many friends.

A memorial service will be scheduled for September at All Saints Episcopal in Winter Park.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be sent to The Orlando Day Nursery, 626 Lake Dot Circle, Orlando FL. 32801 "In memory of Billie Chayne".

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Lorraine and Jeannine, I knew your Mother as a client and she was such a delight to work with -- I loved her sense of humor and the joy she took from life. I also admired how she cared for her sister and was so considerate of Bettie's needs, which she prioritized. Please accept my sincere condolences on the loss of your beloved Mother. Billie was a treasure.
Anne Iacuzzo
July 23, 2021
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