OBITUARY

Betty Jeanne McPherson

August 20, 1942May 28, 2019

Betty Jeanne McPherson, of Fairfax Station, VA, wife and devoted mother died Tuesday, May 28, 2019, at Capital Caring Hospice-The Adler Center in Loudoun County. She was a graduate of Groveton High School and attended Greensboro College. She is survived by her husband of 58 years, Douglas C. McPherson; Lisa Ann Ruf and her husband David; D. Scott McPherson and his fiancé Kathi; Katy Malesky and her husband Lowell; sisters, Mary Ellen Hook, and Patricia Ann Peterson; and grandchildren, Andrew & Derek Ruf, Kyle McPherson, Kendall, Kelsey, and Joshua Malesky. She was a respected quilting artist, history lover, avid reader, and amazing grandmother. The recipient of a lifetime achievement award, Betty Jeanne served her beloved Pohick Church for over 30 years as longtime Director of the Altar Guild, Flower Guild member, and docent. She was also a volunteer docent at George Mason’s Gunston Hall. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral service, Friday, June 14, 2019 at eleven o’clock at Pohick Episcopal Church, Lorton, VA.

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Laura Peterson Feintech

June 8, 2019

Aunt BJ had so much style, grace, and wit. I will miss her humor and joy for life. I’m so sorry for the loss her passing has meant for the McPherson family, and hope her memory may be a blessing for everyone.

Niece Laura Peterson Feintech

Princess Gilbert

June 8, 2019

I love Betty Jean and I’m definitely going to miss her. She was definitely one of my favorite clients and I’m glad to have had the opportunity to care for her! She’s truly an angel!!! Love you BJ

Nikki Gramian

June 8, 2019

BJ, You will be in my heart and memories forever. Wishing the family strength and peace during this hard time.

Mary Ellen Hook

June 8, 2019

Betty Jeanne: my big sister, mentor, friend, confidant, traveling buddy, and my hero. I miss you every day.
Forever Love, Mary Ellen

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY