November 4, 1943October 11, 2020

Betty Jean MCCLINTON was born on November 4, 1943 and passed away on October 11, 2020 and is under the care of Carl Barnes Funeral Home.

Visitation will be held on October 17, 2020 at 1:00 pm at Carl Barnes Funeral Home, 746 W 22nd Street, Houston, TX.

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  • Visitation

    Saturday, October 17, 2020



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Christopher Crisp

October 14, 2020

Betty was such a blessing to all who knew her, family & friends alike. I dont think there was very many people here that weren't touched by her friendship & love. I dont think she ever met a stranger. You could be @ your lowest & she give you a hug & you would feel as if Jesus hugged you. She had a great impact on peoples lives. A great lady who would sit with Jesus here & she sits with Jesus now in Heaven. I will miss her great love & friendship & hugs & smiles & laughter & her great cooking. Till we meet again my special friend. Much love to you

Lynne Crisp

October 14, 2020

I was reflecting back on Betty of recent yrs here at our church & i use to watch her worshipping Jesus. She would go stand off to the side as if to close herself off with the Lord & she would worship & worship Him & by that memory i can see her in Heaven the same way. The beauty of the Lord was on her even then. My heart is empty but its filled with joy for her cause she's with her beloved Jesus. I do love & miss you dear friend

Lynne Crisp

October 14, 2020

Betty was an incredible daughter of God. Ive never known the true love & heart of God from anyone that Betty had. No matter how bad she felt she always showed that love & true character of God. I learned alot from her. She was the classiest lady I was blessed to have in my life. I miss you dear friend & you can now dance in Heaven as you danced here in our church. I love you

Anne Peyton

October 13, 2020

Betty was such a radiant servant of the Lord- excellent in everything she did. I had the pleasure of praying with her in a weekly prayer mtg for years, witnessed her unconditional love to her family, &
always admired her professional attire.
She was faithful to the house of the Lord.
And she abundantly blessed our church with several delicious dishes and deserts when we had potluck dinners after service. Betty is sadly missed.

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