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Betty Ann was born in Raleigh, NC in 1941. She graduated from Garner High School in 1960. After graduation she studied nursing at the North Carolina Baptist Hospital School of Nursing. From there she worked in many capacities such as Head Nurse, Critical Care Nurse, and Pediatric nursing. Betty retired as a Critical Care nurse from Henry County Medical Center.
If you knew Betty, you knew her love of animals, especially dogs, and especially German Shepherds. She served as the president of the German Shepherd Dog Club of Atlanta. Betty was involved in various capacities with herding, agility, obedience, and show dogs. Betty loved her dogs and some of the dogs she had during her life were Bingo, Prince, Silver, Mark, Cheat, Chaz, Chaps, Bella, Jilly, Buddy, Wisp, Chrissy, and Carly.
Betty also enjoyed traveling, especially to Europe. She went on several long trips and cruises and would often spend hours showing pictures and talking about her experiences. She was member of Harps Crossing Baptist Church where she taught Sunday School and was active in the Adult Sunday School. Betty really enjoyed the Adult Sunday School and often talked about what she learned in the classes.
The Frederick family is being assisted by Georgia Cremation, 1086 Hwy 54 West, Fayetteville.
Row Anderson says
I first met Betty at the Senior Center in Fayetteville playing bridge. We both loved bridge and I had not played for many years being a little nervous, she was very welcoming and courteous to me at the center. Throughout the years we have played bridge many times and I will never forget that she was the first face that greeted me at the door. She was a lovely person and truly loved her dogs.
She will be missed yet never forgotten. God bless her family.
Michelle Chancey says
Paul and I were so sorry to hear of Miss Betty’s passing! She and my Mother, Maxine Fitzgerald were good friends and loved playing bridge together! She would often join our family for holiday meals! Miss Betty was so kind to us all, but especially Mother in her last few weeks of life. Betty would often come and sit with Mother and keep her company and entertained with her stories! She was a kind soul! Our deepest sympathies to the family! Not sure if cards are available in Heaven, but if they can be found I am sure Mama and Miss Betty are teaching somebody so they can have a foursome for a round of bridge!
Sharon Goddard says
I worked with Betty many years at Henry. She loved talking about her dog experiences and her family. She had a jolly laugh and kept u laughing. Was thinking about her on her birthday today. She was missed when retiring for health issues. She was very missed when she left Henry. My deepest condolences for the loss of your precious mother. Until we meet again Betty!!!