Condolences for Betty King Chandler

Deborah Harris posted on 11/13/18

So sorry to hear about Betty. We used to carpool together many years ago to Westinghouse and had many meals together at Hunter's Crossing. We had some fun & great times together. She was such a gracious loving friendly happy lady. I saw her this summer at Hot Dog World. She was often in my thoughts and you all will be in my prayers.

 

LA posted on 11/13/18

Obit message: Dear Family, I read your dear loved one’s obituary and it is very clear that she was a giving and kind person. No matter the age, when we lose someone in death it leaves a huge hole in our hearts. May your hearts be soothed by the Bible’s loving promise of the resurrection found at John 5:28,29; John 11:32-44; Acts 24:15. I send you my deepest sympathy for your loss.

 

Elizabeth (Iler) Coleman posted on 11/11/18

Dear Paul, all our love and prayers for you and your family. We are so sorry for your loss and pray the Peace that passes all understanding will guard and keep you. Much love to you from the family of your cousin, Harry, “Sonny,” Iler. Our deepest sympathy to you and your family, Doris, Beth, Harriette, and Sonny.

 

Darlene Ward posted on 11/10/18

Sorry to hear about your mother. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

 

Ann Ricketts posted on 11/10/18

So sorry to hear of Betty’s passing. Cheryl, Preacher Paul and family she was a precious sweet lady always with a beautiful smile and kind word. I am blessed to have known her and rejoice that she has been made whole while walking on streets of gold. Blessings to you all.

 

Charlotte and Sammy Tucker posted on 11/9/18

She was a sweet,sweet lady!Glad I was privileged to know her.Our prayers are with you,Rev.Chandler and the whole family.

 

Coby Beddingfield posted on 11/9/18

Sorry to hear of Betty's passing..Prayers to you all..Until we meet again..RIP

 

Coby Beddingfield posted on 11/9/18

Sorry to hear of Betty's passing..Well see her again..

 

Elyse Bowman King posted on 11/9/18

My Aunt Betty was always full of joy and laughter. When I was a child, I remember my mother (Odelia, her oldest sister) and my aunt L'nez and Eleanor Joyce get together and start giggling like schoolgirls. I always wondered what got them all so tickled! Aunt Betty is with them now and I am sure they have resumed their giggling!

 

Pat Sams posted on 11/7/18

Cheryl and dear family, I am so sad to read this. Betty was a jewel and I was just thinking and wondering how she was when I went by Hot Dog World on Friday. God bless all of and give you love and peace. Love to all of you from years and years ago and now.