OBITUARY

Betty Lou Adley

August 3, 1930March 11, 2011

Betty Lou Adley entered this world on: August 3, 1930, preceded in death by her parents, George and Lucille Adley. For the past three years, Betty was a resident at Pearl Norden Care Center at Juliette Fowler Homes. She was grateful for the loving care and kindness from her cousin and guardian, Louann DeWitt. While at Juliette Fowler, she interacted with staff, employees and residents -- knowing most of them by name and background. Betty was born in Dallas and lived most of her life in Oak Cliff with a family that espoused the Catholic faith. Betty attended Ursaline Academy. She was employed for a time at Volks Department Store. In her youth, Betty enjoyed traveling with her parents on automobile trips. She had a remarkable memory and recall of family history and events for several generations. Betty had a kindness of heart and spirit where she could relate to the under-privileged. Although never married, Betty enjoyed and loved children and seeing families with children. Betty enjoyed and looked forward, these past few years, to outings with her cousin and guardian, Louann DeWitt, taking her out to eat and for drives around White Rock Lake and the Dog Park. She left this world on: March 11, 2011, and will be missed -- may God grant her eternal life.

Services

  • Funeral Service Wednesday, March 16, 2011
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Bonnie Harlow

March 16, 2011

To Ms. Betty's family, We had the joy of knowing Ms. Betty at Pearl Norton Center for the last year. Families from our church (Trinity Church-Dallas) play Bingo, do crafts and visit one Sat. each month with the residents. We got to know Ms. Betty right when began over a year ago....she was always one of the first ones there for Bingo and was serious about her game. She really warmed up to us and to the kids that come out to spend time with their special older friends there. We were so saddened last Sat. when Ms. Betty wasn't there and we found out that she had died. We just wanted you to know that she will be greatly missed by a big bunch of kids and families that had grown to love her and that enjoyed her company each month. We pray for God's comfort for you in this time and we are thankful that we had the opportunity of knowing Ms. Betty. Bonnie Harlow on behalf of all of the families and kids

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