OBITUARY

Betty L. Hume

August 22, 1928November 19, 2019

Mrs. Betty Jane Hume, 91, of Jacksonville, Florida passed away on Tuesday, November 19, 2019. She was born August 22, 1928 in Meridian, MS, to H.O. and Alice Long. She was the youngest of the family, with a sister, Eugenia and brother, Charles Louis. The family settled in Jacksonville in 1946 where Betty soon met Jim Hume. She married Jim in 1949 and began a life of military travel. They had two sons, Bud and Alan, both born in Massachusetts. The family moved all over with the Air Force from South Dakota to Germany. They were married for 57 years.

Betty was a beloved wife, sister, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and caretaker. She spent the last several years with her sister Eugenia by her side. She was an active member of the church and her Sunday school class. She enjoyed reading, cross word puzzles, knitting, sewing, and researching anything she found interesting, especially her ancestry. She had a delightful way of sharing stories and memories of her childhood and life. She is survived by her sister, Eugenia Long; her son, James “Bud” Hume (Jan); Alan Hume (Beverly); her grandchildren, Melissa Teschke (Chris), Michelle Slattery (Brendan), Matthew Hume (Sandy) and great grandchildren Evelyn, Charlie, Walter, and Betty.

Memorial services for Betty Hume will be held Monday, November 25, 2019, at 11 a.m., at Spring Glen United Methodist Church, 6007 Beach Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32216

Services

  • Celebration of Life Monday, November 25, 2019

Memories

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Drew and Kathy Winfrey

November 25, 2019

Alan and Beverly, we are so sorry to learn of the loss of your mother. You shared stories of her with us at your campsite that night and we learned how special she was to your family. Our sympathies to you all.drew and kathy

Todd Kessler

November 25, 2019

My former church acquired some more members when Betty's church merged into ours. This was a blessing to our church as she was faithful in worshiping and service to the church. She once served as a church secretary , delivered meals in our Meals on Wheels ministry, knitted prayer shawls, was helper in church administration and finances. She served as Sunday School class treasurer and a beloved member. She often shared her faith and her experiences as a military wife. My deepest sympathies to her sister, Eugenia, and all her family. She will be sorely missed but never forgotten.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY