Bitha Eugine Zachrison

December 23, 1921June 5, 2019

Age 97 Years

Survived by brother Jack Lee (wife Helen), Son Mark Zachrison, Daughters Kitty Hunt (husband J.W.) and Kim Strawn (husband Barry) Grandchildren Todd and Eric Hunt, Stephanie and Erik Zachrison, Natalie Schweitzer and James Strawn. Eight Great Grandchildren and one Great, Great Grandchild.

Preceded in death by her husband Edward Neal Zachrison, mother Esther Jane Lee, father Stockard Jackson Lee and siblings Morgan, Louise, Kitty and Patsy.


  • American Legion Post #21


  • Memorial Service Friday, June 14, 2019


Bitha Eugine Zachrison

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Maxine Beck

June 15, 2019

Just want to share a cool poem, Called Safely Home...I am home in Heaven, dear ones; Oh, so happy and bright! There is perfect joy and beauty in this everlasting light. All the pain and grief is over, every restless tossing past; I am now at peace forever, safely home at last. Wishing you strength and peace always. Maxine Beck (your bartender and caregiver always)

Michelle Hunt

June 13, 2019

Gma Bitha- you will forever be in our hearts!! Your generous spirit- quick smile- love for stories (your own 😁!) - way of seeing the good in others and most of all your moxie... all forever in our memories- your love for us has made lasting memories and has changed us for the better- it was such an honor yo have been a part of your life- we love you!!!
Todd, Michelle and “kids” 💕

Sherri McKenn

June 9, 2019

Dear Bitha Eugene,
When I think of all the years I have known you, 45 years to be exact, there are 3 things that I remember and cherish so much. First was when Kitty and I lived together in California and how excited we would get when she received a letter from you. We would rush home, fix dinner and get the boys to bed so we could sit and read your letters. They were priceless and they made us laugh and laugh and laugh some more. We also got all the gossip on everyone. Boy if people ever knew! They were great. The second special time was when you and Aunt Kitty hid me out at your house so I could surprise Kitty for her birthday. I arrived around 9 a.m. and the party was not until like 4 p.m. We sat at your kitchen table smoking cigarettes and drinking coffee for hours. My stomach hurt so bad and I am still not sure if it was from laughing so hard at the two of you and your stories or from only having coffee and cigarettes all day! But the most precious memory I have is that you welcomed me into your family and became my Colorado Mom. You meant the world to me, and to soooo many others, and you will be truly missed. I picture you on that Harley in Heaven and being the free spirit you have always been. I love you Mom. Love Sissy