OBITUARY

Betty Katherine Robinson Beasley

February 25, 1931January 9, 2021

Betty Katherine Robinson Beasley of Trussville, Alabama, passed away on January 9, 2021, at the age of 89. On February 25, 1931, she was born in Mobile, Alabama, to the late Wade H. and Jessie H. Robinson. She is also preceded in death by her first husband, Robert S. Beasley, and her second husband, Ellis Neal Hardin. Betty was a 1949 graduate of Murphy High School in Mobile and a Riverchase United Methodist Church member. She was widely admired and loved deeply for her kind heart, magnetic personality, and excellent listening skills for all concerns and issues. Betty was a music lover and enjoyed everything from big band and swing to rock and roll, to soul and contemporary, and you could find her dancing to all of it! Betty loved the beach and boat rides with her family and watching old classic movies from her generation and ones from today. Above all, she loved her family and friends and especially her Lord and Savior. Left to cherish her memory is her children, Michelle B. (Mark Lance) Allison and Martin Wade (Margaretta Fris) Beasley; grandchildren, Kristin Allison (Jared) Pendley, Katlin Allison (Brent) Bond, Erin Allyson Beasley, and Kari Margaretta Beasley; great-grandchildren, Randall Lance Pendley, Kyleigh Blair Pendley, and Landon Beck Pendley. A Celebration of Betty’s Life will be announced after the CDC declares the Covid-19 health emergency over. To honor the family’s request to “pay it forward” to fellow humans suffering from the pandemic, please send memorial contributions to UAB Covid-19 Unit and the UAB Palliative Care and Comfort Unit.

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Louanne Wright

January 12, 2021

Aunt Betty, You were the epitome of a true southern belle. Always beautiful and gracious, full of love and laughter. When I came to visit you and Uncle Bob, I always felt I was at home and knew I was loved. I always looked forward to striking out to Huntsville, after Sunday school with mother and auntie because I knew most times, I was going to have the best potato salad, this side of heaven. I love you and will see you soon.

Michelle Allison

January 11, 2021

Mother, you taught Marty and I how to be strong and always have faith no matter the situation. You taught us to see the good in every one we meet. You set the best example of a parent by supporting us in everything we did whether we succeeded or not. You taught us the true meaning of love. We will miss you until it’s our time to join you and daddy in heaven. May you Rest In Peace! Love you always, Michelle

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY