OBITUARY

Betty Vaught Pearson

June 19, 1929November 4, 2017

Betty Vaught Pearson, 88, of Front Royal, died November 4, 2017. She was preceded in death by her parents, Clarence G. and Mildred Grove Vaught, her husband, Jennings M. Pearson, and her brother, C. G. Vaught, Jr. She is survived by her daughters, Deborah Ellis of North Chesterfield, Brenda Pearson of Richmond, and her son, Kenneth Melvin Pearson and wife Sherry of Smith Mountain Lake, granddaughter and husband, Kimberly and Jordan Lovell, grandson, Eric Pearson, and many nieces and nephews. Betty was an accounting clerk for the Town of Front Royal for most of her career. She was a long time member of Marlow Heights Baptist Church and more recently a member of Bon Air Baptist Church in Richmond. The family will receive friends at Turner-Robertshaw Funeral Home at 1:00 on Tuesday, November 7, with funeral services at 2:00 and interment at Leeds Cemetery in Hume. Family and friends are invited to a reception at Hume Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers, Betty would desire contributions to Virginia Baptist Children’s Home, Hope Tree Family Services, 312 Glory Road, Axton, VA 24054.

Services

  • Visitation in Chapel

    Tuesday, November 7, 2017

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Memories

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David Kenney, Sr.

November 7, 2017

Mrs. Pearson was a funny, kind, and loving lady. She was a great leader in Sunday School. She helped me learn how to roller skate more confidently when we went on church trips to Mac's Roller Rink out on 522. She was kind enough to send a poem to my mother many years after I had written it for her. It made me feel good that she had kept it in her Bible for so long. I will always have fond memories of her. God bless your family at this time of loss.

Evelyn Partlow

November 7, 2017

Betty was a sweet sweet person. May God comfort each of you and give you peace during this sad time.

Tammy Bunch

November 7, 2017

Betty, was a sweet,sweet lady. All of us here at G & M Auto Sales enjoyed seeing her when she came in for service and she always spoiled us with her fresh still warm snickerdoodle cookies, they will forever be the best ones we ever had. She will be fondly remembered by us all. Love and Prayers to all, The Bunch Family...

LOUISE TURNER

November 6, 2017

MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO BETTY'S FAMILY FROM HER CLASSMATE OF 1947

Gary Reighard Jr

November 6, 2017

Beatty was a very sweet woman, she will be missed.

Hunter Vaught

November 6, 2017

Betty was a sweet little lady.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY