Betty Condra

May 21, 1947 - November 14, 2018
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Linda Davis left a message on November 17, 2018:
Marinda & Clay, your precious mother was my friend when we were children. Our families both attended the little Aiken Methodist Church when Betty Ann & I were youngsters. Often after church service, we went home with each other & spent glorious Sunday afternoons just exploring each other's respective farms. I remember once riding with Cecil Ray & Mrs. Moore to one of their other farms. I just have many fond memories of their beautiful, peaceful home, Betty's wonderful parents, Betty's Navy brother Cy, and my friendship with Betty Ann. Unfortunately our little church closed & we each went separate ways because she attended school in Plainview and I went to school in Lockney. We never reconnected but that great young lady, your mother, will never be forgotten! God be with you!
LaNelle (Adams) Farris left a message on November 16, 2018:
May God be with the family of Betty. She was a classmate of mine, and I remember her smile and kind words she had for everyone. God's blessings!
Joe & Jonnie Walker Trimble left a message on November 15, 2018:
You Mom was a big part of the Plainview Class of 1965. Just the beginning of a life of giving to others. We send our sincere sympathy to each of you who loved her. May God give you peace during this sad time.
Elizabeth Janes left a message on November 15, 2018:
Betty, I admired you so much and loved knowing your generous spirit and the strength of how much you cared for others. You are so missed and so loved. Peace be to you and comfort be to your family.
Jeff Kopecky left a message on November 15, 2018:
At family reunions, you were the one I always gravitated towards. Our sense of humor matched and our view of the world was aligned. Your smile and wit was warming to all. Your giving attitude and grace helped to keep those around you feeling safe and connected. You gave two beautiful souls to the world in Merinda and Clay and all of your grandchildren were blessed by your love and guidance in their lives. You will be missed terribly, but the love and sense of community you gave to all will continue with those of us that were fortunate enough to have been the recipients of your gifts. You will live on in my heart.
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Jean left a message on November 15, 2018:
So sorry Marinda and Clay, Christy and the grandchildren who loved you so much!
Shelly Sanford left a message on November 14, 2018:
Such a presence , willing to be apart of things that matter. To contribute to better of this world. What I knew of Betty was little , but each time, just a pleasure. I pray peace to all her loved ones and caregivers.
Tara Snyder left a message on November 14, 2018:
Betty, you were an amazing woman, and one of God's gifts to earth. You had such a selfless loving heart, and a pure genuine soul... You helped me in my darkest most secret time in my life and I am grateful to have had the chance to talk with you, hear your past and your stories, and to have been given your advice.. There are not many like you here on this earth... I know you are happy to be reunited with your husband and to finally be pain free .. I pray you enjoy resting in peace in your husbands arms, in God's kingdoms for eternity.... I know you will be there waiting for all you have left behind here on this earth... God bless you Betty.. And thank you for everything you have done for me, my children, our lives, and for everybody elses life you impacted!!! You will be truly missed.. This is not Goodbye, this is See you later!!! Rest peacefully you beautiful soul.
Frances Cardoza left a message on November 14, 2018:
Betty, you are a blessing to us and a gift to the world. Your servants heart is model for the rest of us. I’m happy for you that you are reunited with your husband but know that you will be forever missed. The world has lost an incredible person. Sending you love!
Lake Ridge Chapel & Memorial Designers left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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