OBITUARY

Betty C. Barrington

October 14, 1930April 21, 2021
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Betty Cutler Barrington, 90, Tomball, TX, passed away Wednesday, April 21, 2021. She was born in Beaumont, Texas on October 14, 1930.

Betty graduated from South Park High School in Beaumont. She was married to Herbert (Herb) D. Barrington on February 18, 1949.

Betty had a career in banking with First National Beaumont and also worked in insurance and as a church secretary. She was a member of Daughters of the American Revolution and had a passion for floral design, catering, gardening, organizing, genealogy, travel, and cooking. Betty catered one of the first large galas at NASA, but her church friends probably remember her crowning achievement to be the Tacky Party Funtastic at the church. Betty was a member at Spring Memorial Baptist/Founders Baptist Church in Spring for over 40 years.

She was loved by all and provided countless memories to so many. She was multi-talented and creative with endless energy. She had the original “git ‘r done” attitude. Friends from church recently described her as “motivator, friend, and advisor”, “always with love and purpose”, “an amazing friend”, and “none other like her…one in a million”. One stated, “Her wit, intelligence, generosity, and love for the Lord and His people made a wonderful impact wherever she served”.

Betty was preceded in death by her husband, Herbert D. Barrington, and her son, Rhett Carter Barrington. She is survived by her daughter-in-law, Wendy Barrington of Houston, and numerous nieces and nephews.

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, April 28, 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, April 28, 2021

Memories

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Lauren Bray

April 27, 2021

My Sweet Bee Bee!!! I will miss your amazing spunky, fun, and loving personality. I will forever hear da doot da doot da dooo!!!, when ever I hear Beaumont! I love you so much and will miss you dearly!!!

Sharon Crosson

April 27, 2021

My memories as a child growing up for my Aunt Betty are so special. She loved and cherished me in so many ways. The loss of my dad, James, Aunt Betty's brother, was so difficult at the age of 10 but she was always there for me to show her love and concern. Aunt Betty and I shared so many loving memories of my dad throughout our life.

Jim and Bev McCracken

April 27, 2021

We have reviewed so many wonderful memories this last week. Betty was such a special member of Spring Memorial when we were there. She contributed so much manual labor inside and outside our building as we built and improved it. She also made it more beautiful in every way. Besides that, she was always ready to serve in any way she could. The Funtastic events she planned were the best. We all grew closer because of them. She also was a major outreach arm of our church, always visiting and reaching out to new people in our community, like taking homemade bread to visitors. We could go on and on, but will stop for now. Betty, we will look forward to seeing you again at the feet of Jesus!

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