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Hodges Funeral Home at Lee Memorial Park

12777 State Road 82, Fort Myers, FL

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Betty Mae Schmitt

10 février 193326 juin 2020

Betty Mae Schmitt, 87, of Fort Myers passed away Friday, June 26, 2020. She was born in South Dakota on February 10, 1933 and was one of 14 children. She is survived by her husband, Frank Schmitt; her daughters: Pamela (Gene) Kreilkamp, Loralie (Gary) Beck and Christine Fenninger; grandchildren: Eric, Emily, Kevin, Valery and Blake. Betty was preceded in death by her parents, Fred and Alma Wacker, her daughter, Diana Luhman, her son, Warren Small Jr and her grandson, Tyler. There will be a Memorial Mass at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in her name may be made to St John XXIII Catholic Church 13060 Palomino Lane Fort Myers, FL 33912.

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Dawn Pasterski

28 juin , 2020


The memories we have had have been memories I will never forget. You were an amazing woman. My last visit I saw you was when I went with Chris to help you with yard work when you hurt your back. You were like a second mom to me. The day I was leaving I remember laying in bedroom crying... I told Chris I was listening to a sad song but in reality I was sad I had to leave. You were such a strong woman, and what ever cards were dealt your way you were a fighter. I have a lot o great memories and I will never forget you. You were a blessing in my life. I just wish I had one more day to tell you just how amazing you were. RIP Betty I will miss you.
Love and prayers to the family, ❤️

Sue Beard

28 juin , 2020

My thoughts and prayers go out to Betty and her family. I will cherish the times we spent together, Betty. I know you were tired and had to leave us, and you are now free and reunited with your loved ones. I will think of you when I see anything with Barbara Stanwyck in it, since you and I spent so many hours watching "The Big Valley" together. It was you who reminded me that I once loved cowboy shows and reintroduced me to them. Thank you, dear friend.

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