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Anderson Funeral Home

1357 E. 2nd St., Franklin, OH

OBITUARY

Betty I. Bishop

December 31, 1926March 24, 2020

Betty R. Bishop, age 93, of Franklin, OH; died Tuesday March 24, 2020 at Kettering Medical Center. Betty was born in Athens, OH on December 31, 1926 to the late John W. and Mable C. (Thompson) Rogers. Betty was preceded in death by her husband, Murrel R. Bishop; her grandson, Jason Bishop and her two brothers, John and Myron Rogers. She is survived by her son, Billy Ray Bishop; three daughters, Regina Shirley, Judy Rinehart and Joyce Brooks; ten grandchildren, fourteen great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren. Funeral Services will be for the immediate family only with Pastor Shawn Acrey officiating with burial in Springboro Cemetery. Please visit www.anderson-fh.com to send an online condolence.

  • FAMILY

  • John W. Rogers, Father (deceased)
  • Mable C. Rogers, Mother (deceased)
  • Murrel R. Bishop, Husband (deceased)
  • Billy Ray Bishop, Son
  • Regina Shirley, Daughter
  • Judy Rinehart, Daughter
  • Joyce Brooks, Daughter
  • John Paul Rogers, Brother (deceased)
  • Myron Rogers, Brother (deceased)
  • ten, grandchildren
  • fourteen, great grandchildren
  • two, great great grandchildren

Services

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Brenda Evans

March 28, 2020

I don't know how I would have made it through my childhood without this sweet lady, she came to my rescue many times. She jumped the fence to get my fingers out of the bike chain, rescued Regina, Judy, Billy and me from a hail storm, drove me to the doctor for stitches. God bless her family with good memories. Keeping you in thoughts and prayers.

Lori Moon-Shaffer

March 24, 2020

Some of the best memories of my grandmother were spent on Christmas Eve with my parents, aunts, uncles, siblings, and younger cousins. We would listen to Christmas music and Grandma always had the hard candies that all stuck together, the cinnamon flavor was my favorite. Each year we would get new baby dolls, I can still remember the sweet scents and excitement.
There were countless times that my grandmother positively inspired my life. She would always have a snack cake for me after school when I walked to her house as a first grader. Grandma could cook just about anything well making beef roast for Sunday dinners or grandpa, grilling out and sitting under the large shade trees. She and my grandpa grew the biggest garden, she could make the best jellies and apple butter. Grandma was always there when I needed her, both as a child and adult. She was a strong intelligent woman and I will continue to admire her greatly.

Tom & Betty Jo Faulkner

March 24, 2020

Regina,Billy,Judy & Joyce

Our deepest sympathy to you and your families .You are in our thoughts and prayers.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY