Betty Sue McDaniel

April 3, 1945August 29, 2020

Betty Sue McDaniel, 75, of Highland Springs passed away on Saturday, August 29, 2020.

She was a retired certified nursing assistant and a member of Harvest Baptist Church.

She was preceded in death by her father, mother, brother and two sisters.

She is survived by her children, Freddie, Angie, Michelle and Phillip; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren; and a loving brother, George Hutson.

Memorial services will be held Saturday, September 26, 2020 at 1 p.m. at Harvest Baptist Church, 5561 Meadow Road, Sandston, VA.


  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, September 26, 2020


Betty Sue McDaniel

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Tina Taylor

September 20, 2020

Just want to tell you I'll always miss you and love you so much. I thank you for everything you ever taught me, when people hurt me to let it go & keep moving you always told me God dont like ugly . Things will get better people will be who they are not everyone has a heart like me. I have many memories with you church, visiting you at your apartment, having good time at cookouts etc, just a few years ago I was having a really rough time from losing two of my friends from school and you bought me grateful dead tickets. I will cherish the things you gave me before you went to the lord. I'm glad you got to meet who I'm with now. You loved so much and you never judged anyone. R.i.p fly high my angel tell my papa & aunt day day I miss & love them.

Beth Davis

September 3, 2020

As I’m sitting outside just a while ago,I had a little visitor and then I remembered all the times no matter how hot, humid, raining, cold, windy, ect. It would be. Enjoying the beauty of nature taking in the fresh air. Frogs, hummingbirds, June bugs. Tying a string around its neck saying,” homemade balloons!”😂

Learning to take one day at a time. Accepting that today is, what it is, but understand where your faith is and know, you will get through this don’t let today beat you down. Lift up and make tomorrow better. Because one day when you wake up, everything will be better. That’s a promise that God has made for his children. We have gained another guardian angel to watch over us. To my grandmothers, Betty Sue and Betty Ann, and Rose Lucille, rest in the Holy Spirit, dance in the glory of heaven. I know you and many more are watching down over top of us until we all meet again. Fly high my angels

Dorothy Wright

September 1, 2020

U will be miss .never got to see your new apartment. Been working too much to get there.sorry. see you one day .love Dorothy wright

Dorothy Hargrove

September 1, 2020

Going in to. Bubba's under age getting mess up with Betty and daiseyi..

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