Resthaven Funeral Home & Resthaven Memorial Park

5740 West 19Th Street, Lubbock, TX


Betty Poff

February 4, 1938November 2, 2019

Betty Poff passed away Nov. 2, 2019 at Covenant Specialty Hospital. Betty was born Feb. 4, 1938 to Joe and Faye Rodgers in Kerrville Tx. Betty grew up in the hill country where she went on to attend Tivy High School and it was there she met the love of her life Joe Poff. Betty and Joe later married and moved to New York City while Joe served in the US Army. Upon Joe being discharged from the army they moved to Lubbock Texas to start their family and live a long happy life together.

Betty took great pride in her home and raising her two sons. After her boys were older she took a job at what was then Methodist Hospital working in the physicians lounge for many years. Upon retiring Betty and Joe took great pleasure in working around their home and spending time with their grandson James. Betty was a member of St Lukes Methodist Church where she looked forward to attending services and worshiping the lord every Sunday.

Betty was proceeded in death by parents and her brother Joe Rodgers Jr. and his wife Laverne of Blanco Texas. She is survived by her husband Joe of 64 years, sons Bobby of Tioga, of North Dakota, Ronnie and his wife Mindy of Lubbock, three grandchildren, her favorite Aunt Peggy Eckles of Magazine Arkansas and her best little four legged friend Gigi (her 10 year old toy fox terrier).

The Family suggests in lieu of flowers that memorials go to your favorite charity.


  • Joe and Faye Rodgers, Parents (deceased)
  • Joe Rodgers Jr. and wife, Laverne, Brother (deceased)
  • Joe Poff, Husband
  • Bobby Poff, and Ronnie Poff and wife, Mindy, Sons
  • 3 Grandchildren, ~
  • Peggy Eckles, Favorite Aunt
  • Gigi ~, Best Little four legged friend

  • your favorite charity


  • Visitation Friday, November 8, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, November 8, 2019


Betty Poff

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Sherrie Spychaj

November 6, 2019

Betty was a great friend. I loved sitting and talking to her about Avon and her wonderful family. She sure was proud of her grandson. She always had a smile and looked so nice. She will be missed. Prayers and condolences for the family.
Love Sherrie