Betty S. Garrett

Died: Sun., Apr. 2, 2017


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Garrett, Betty S., age 83 of West Carrollton, passed away on Sunday, April 2, 2017 at the Walnut Creek Nursing Center. She was born March 10, 1934 in Pennington Gap, Virginia, the daughter of the late Grover & Willie (Seals) Gibson. Preceded in death by her brother Kemp Gibson and her sister Martha Chandler. She is survived by her loving husband of 64 years, Harold D. Garrett, her son David Garrett and wife Raelynn of West Carrollton, 3 daughters Diane Blanton and husband Gary of Dayton, Teresa Thompson of West Carrollton, Susan Wysong of West Carrollton, 2 brothers Willard Gibson of VA and Jimmy Wayne Gibson of West Carrollton, and several grandchildren, great grandchildren, other relatives and many friends. A graveside service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, April 7, 2017 at the Evergreen Cemetery with Pastor John Swint officiating. If so desired memorial contributions may be made to the Canterbury Court in Betty’s memory. Arrangements entrusted to the SWART & WOLFE FUNERAL HOME, West Carrollton. www.swartandwolfefuneralhome.com.

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Lynda Garrett
   Posted Wed April 05, 2017
May God wrap his arms around you all an give you comfort in your loss. Aunt Betty was a wonderful and sweet lady and loved everyone she came in contact with.My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I loved my Aunt BettyShy and I know she is heaven dancing the streets of gold with my mom and no more pain.
Love Lynda Garrett






Cherie Elam
   Posted Thu April 06, 2017
My sincere condolences to the entire Garrett family. Betty was a wonderful mother in law to me and grandmother to my son David Garrett Jr. You were loved by many and will be remembered forever. I remember Betty as an awesome cook, hard worker, caring and loving caregiver as a nurses aid and home care aid and made the best sweet tea I have ever drank. She loved her family and grandbabies with her entire heart.

Sending prayers to you all in this difficult time. I am sure she is singing in a choir of angles.

Sandy Garrett
   Posted Thu April 06, 2017
My condolences to the family of Betty. Her memory and legacy will carry on. She's in Heaven having a good time with everyone who has gone on before her. My prayers for all the family. Wish we could be closer to tell you this in person. God healed her when he took her. Till we meet again Bett.

Nikki Lawrence
   Posted Fri April 07, 2017
My mamaw taught me about the Lord, my mamaw taught me the act of caring for others which led to my career as a nurse, my mamaw taught me the art of cooking with a cast-iron skillet, my mamaw taught me what being a mother looks like and raised my momma to be the best mom and Nana to our girl, my mamaw told me during a time of illness that "honey, you can't keep a good woman down", which is now tattooed and with me forever, just like she will be. Love you mamaw, I can only imagine the joy on your face when you finally joined Him in the home you've worked your whole life to get to, that makes me smile and gives me peace.

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