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George A. Smith & Sons Funeral Home

1544 South Highland, Jackson, TN

OBITUARIO

Betty Jo Sigler

22 febrero , 19368 junio , 2019
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Betty Jo Sigler, age 83, of Jackson, Tennessee passed away on Saturday June 8, 2019. Betty was born February 22, 1936.

A visitation with friends and loved ones for Betty will be held Monday, June 10, 2019 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM at South Chapel of George A Smith and Sons, 1544 South Highland Ave, Jackson, TN 38301. A funeral service will occur Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 1:00 PM at South Chapel of George A Smith and Sons, 1544 South Highland Ave, Jackson, TN 38301 with Bro. Danny Rachel officiating. An interment will occur Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 2:00 PM at Parkburg Cemetery.

Mrs. Betty was the daughter of Ray Lee Mills and Gracie Mae Sills. She was a retired Nurse. Mrs. Betty was survived by five children: Eddie Wilson, Allen Wilson (Leita), Betty Shoemaker (Harold), Tony Wilson (Annette) and Tina Wooley (Darren). She also was survived by 13 grand children, 24 Great grand children and 3 Great Great grand children.

Mrs. Betty was preceded in death by her parents Ray Lee and Gracie Mae Mills, Her husband Donald Sigler, a brother Ralph Mills, a sister Rebecca Walker, and a Great grand daughter Willow Jaynes. The active pall bearers will be Andy Reid, Lee Wilson, Jonathon Pigott, Brandon Frazier, Anson Blankenship, and Josh Pride. Honorary Pall bearers are Johnny Gross, Jupiter Pride and Jason Neace.

In lieu of flowers the family has requested that a donation to be made in memory of Mrs. Betty to the Parkburg Baptist Church Cemetery Perpetual Fund.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.GeorgeASmithandSons.com for the Sigler family.

Servicios

  • Visitation with Friends and Loved Ones lunes, 10 junio , 2019
  • Funeral Service martes, 11 junio , 2019

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SARAH (MILLS) JOHNSON-BAIN

10 junio , 2019

i so loved my aunt Betty Jo. i can remember myself and my brother coming summers from St Louis, Mo to stay a couple weeks with cousins. this meant a lot to us. we lived in city..but we really wanted to leave city when school was out to come to the country.. poor aunt Betty had us both added to her brood of kids..ha ha. she treated us no different. if we messed up she let us know about it. I want to thank my aunt Betty Jo for putting up with us....especially Tommy. He cried today. he really loved her. the picture is of my daddy and his little sister betty jo.

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