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Strate Funeral Home

505 10th Street, Davenport, WA

OBITUARY

Betty Jean Landreth

October 2, 1932December 20, 2019

LANDRETH, Betty J. Passed away December 20, 2019 in Reardan, WA. She was born on October 2, 1932 in Monse, WA to John and Emily Smith. She enjoyed quilting, sewing, cooking, sailing, snowmobiling and loved spending time with her family and supporting all her grandchildren. She married Larry W. Landreth on February 10, 1951 and raised her children on the family farm. Betty is survived by her husband Larry; 2 sons, Dean (Robin) Landreth and Dale (Laurie) Landreth; 12 grandchildren, and 26 great-grandchildren, along with numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; 2 daughters, Lynda Titchenal and Darlene Wynecoop; 2 brothers, Robert Irwin and James Smith and 2 sisters, Leona Pearl “Itsy” Baker and Emily Marie ”Tiny” Grant. A Celebration of Life will be held on Friday, January 17, 2020 at 2:00 PM at the Chapel of Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, WA. Memorials may be made to the St. Michael’s Catholic Church, Reardan, WA. Fond memories of expression and sympathy made be shared at www.stratefuneralhome.com for the Landreth family.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Friday, January 17, 2020

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Betty Jean Landreth

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chuck eastman

January 18, 2020

Betty, affectionately known as "Bart" by family and friends was one of the most wonderful, beautiful, loving, selfless and generous people who ever breathed. To me see is one of the greatest ladies that I have ever known! You will be greatly missed! Bart, we'll see you again someday in heaven!

Diane Lindskog Baker

January 17, 2020

To all of Betty's family,
I'm so sad to hear of your loss. I treasure memories of times staying with Colleen and Linda and sharing in your family fun. You are very special people to me and I know how much she will be missed.
My love and prayers to all of you.
Diane (Lindskog) Baker

Tami Greene

January 15, 2020

Dear Uncle Larry and Family,
Wishing you all our deepest sympathy.
We are forever grateful to you and Aunt Betty for the wonderful times you shared with our parents, Rosalie and Joe. We cherish all the laughter and shenanigans (dad & larry).
Love to you all,
Tami & Tom Greene

Pat Hogan

January 10, 2020

God bless you Larry, and Family.

Anne and Jim Galbraith

January 6, 2020

Deepest sympathy to the entire family. We will always remember sitting with Larry and Betty at Reardan football and basketball games. They really enjoyed watching their grandkids play sports. Very nice lady. Rest in peace, Betty.

Terri Swenson (Beck)

January 5, 2020

When I was little and live just down the road from Lsndreths, Mom would often go have coffee with Aunt Betty, while . Darlene, Lynda and Mike were in school and Dean n Dale were down at the shop. After awhile I would be given a pan if soapy water and a sponge and told to wash the stairs. Starting at the top and working my way to the bottom. I'd yell to them when done, but always had to wait til they dried! After we moved to Okanogan the Landreth family always kept in touch and always welcomed our visits. Our childhood and many adult memories are filled with memories that include Aunt Betty n her family. She was as n amazing lady and will be deeply missed. Love you!

Rebekah Grant

January 4, 2020

Aunt Betty - Small but Mighty, she was a force to be reckoned with but had love by the truckloads to shower on others. I will miss her greatly and always remember her calmness and common sense advice. May she Rest In Peace in heaven and may her family be comforted with her continuing love that surrounds us all. Love you Aunt Betty!!

Steve &Dawn Rene’ Anderson

January 3, 2020

Betty was a kind sole. Our hearts and prayers are with the Landreth family. May “Grandmom” live on in the memories you all shared.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY