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Betty Jane Cline

17 febrero , 19406 octubre , 2021
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Betty Jane Cline, 81 Passed away on Wednesday, October 6, 2021. She was preceded in death by her parents, Frank and Ruby Benners; her brother, Philip Benners, Sherri Lynn Cline; her daughter, Darry Wayne Cline(Yolanda); her son, Madeline Cline; her Great Granddaughter.

She is survived by her Husband Charles Cline, Allen Cline(LeAnn); her son, four grandchildren; Joseph Wayne Cline, Sr., Teresa Ann Cline Bethea(Justin), Heather Jane Cline(Roderick Williams), Rose McKinley Cline, a sister Lillian Spivey Antes and 13 great grandchildren; Joseph, Adam, Arrianna, Christopher, Justin Jr., Jacob, Matthew, Cheyenne, Elijah, Joshua, Emma, Sammie, and Kutter and several nieces and nephews. Betty was born February 17th, 1940 in Dallas, Texas. She was a graduate of College High Scholl in 1958. She was the office manager for her husband’s Architectural Firm for many years until his retirement. She loved to travel and experience new cultures. She was a master at crafts, avid reader, and loved to square dance. Visitation will be held Monday, October 11, 2021 at Leak Memory Chapel at 10:00 am with Service to follow at 11:00 am and graveside service at 12:00. Pallbearers Justin Bethea Roderick Williams Justin Jr. Bethea Christopher Smith Matthew Cline Jacob Williams Joseph Jr. Cline Adam Cline

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.Leak-MC.com for the Cline family.

Servicios

Servicios previos:

  • Family and Friends Visitation

    lunes, 11 octubre , 2021

  • Celebration of Life Chapel Service

    lunes, 11 octubre , 2021

OTROS SERVICIOS:

  • Graveside Committal Service

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Bert Keesman

11 octubre , 2021

I was so saddened to hear that Mom passed away last Wednesday.
It made me look for my diary of my freshman year at Tulane back in 1980 when Mom and Dad and Darry, Sherri and Allen were my homestay family. I remember so vividly when the whole family picked me up at the airport in New Orleans the 8th of August 1980. By the time we got to Montgomery, I was truly adopted in the family as a son. Mom took me to my little brother Allen’s school where I talked about life in the Netherlands. I learned to know square dancing, which I didn’t know but what a great way to have fun as a couple. And I was amazed to see that you could have a swimming pool installed in your back garden in just one day.
Meantime, Mom baked me the best cookies and put her whole heart in it. Golly, were they ever good! When I traveled to New Orleans on the Greyhound, she gave me a box of those cookies. When I opened it on the way, I found a sweet note from my American Mom. For the first time in my life I was on a different continent, but she made me feel right at home.
In December I returned to Montgomery. I will never forget spending Christmas with my new family. For a Dutchman, Christmas in Montgomery was unusually warm, but the true warmth came from Mom who organized a Christmas celebration full of great food, beautiful decorations and thoughtful presents. She was concerned about my wellbeing at Tulane so she bought me a water cooker. Plus a walkman, what a treasure in those days.
Towards the summer holidays my parents came over to Montgomery. They were also received with such warmth and friendliness. What a great feeling that, although we grew up and lived continents apart, we shared the same values and got along so well.
In 1983, Mom and Dad and Allen came over for holidays to Europe. We sure saw a lot of castles those days! And we sure had a lot of fun together, especially when Charles put on this medieval harness! Later we also had a chance to see each other in Costa Rica.

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