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Betty Lou Hale

Date of Death: March 19, 2018
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South Chapel
1260 Front Royal Pike
Winchester, VA 22602
Saturday 3/24, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
South Chapel
1260 Front Royal Pike
Winchester, VA 22602
Saturday 3/24, 2:00 pm
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Saturday 3/24

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Hospice of the Panhandle
330 Hospice Lane
Kearneysville, West Virginia 25430

Betty Lou Hale, 76 of Kearneysville, West Virginia passed away Monday, March 19, 2018, at her home. Mrs. Hale was born in Cumberland, Kentucky in 1942, the daughter of the late Mildred and Willie Lewis. She was owner and operator of Dustbusters, LLC from 1989 until present. Mrs. Hale was of the protestant faith. She …
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Chris radlich left a message on March 26, 2018:
Dear Ron and Jesseka, My condolence on the death of your mother and grandmother. It is difficult to lose a parent and grandparent. In the years I knew Betty, she was a lovely woman with a wonderful personality. I am deeply sorry for your loss. My prayers are with your family.
Addie Hecker left a message on March 25, 2018:
I am sad to say I didn't spend enough time getting to know Aunt Betty better. I visited her a few years ago and I felt like I had known her my whole life. She made me and my husband feel very welcome. She had a young spirit, you wouldn't have been able to guess her age by talking to her. She was bubbly and full of laughter and love. I am grateful for the time I spent with her and I regret that I didn't go back. I thought of her often, always with a smile. She was a person that made everyone she met feel better. I loved her very much.
Harold & Janet Lewis left a message on March 23, 2018:
Betty is beautiful inside and out, who was always happy, and, brought happiness to everyone she met. If you met her, you would never forget how sweet she was, and beautiful too. Betty loved, loved her family very much, Betty took great pride in decorating her home, picking out the right piece for the right place. I loved the little buttons in a jelly jar on the window sill in the Kitchen, a gift from a grandchild, along with a few special drawings. We visited many times and will always treasure the wonderful memories we made with her.. Harold said it best, "I will always remember her smiles, her hugs, and, her many kisses". . He said that's how he will remember her.., and, I will too. We love you so very much Betty, and, one day we will all be together again. Until then, I know you will watch over your beautiful family.
Barb Foerster left a message on March 23, 2018:
Betty was a patient at the doctors office I work at. Everytime she came in the office she brought love and laughter. She couldn’t leave the office before I get a hug and a kiss. You had a wonderful family that took care of Barbyou. RIP Betty, I’m going to miss you.
Lydia left a message on March 22, 2018:
I worked with Mrs. Hale, she is the nicest lady that I know, she always fine and kind, with others! I always said to Mrs. Hale how beautiful she was! I going to miss you! But definitive I will see you one day! Rest in peace my beautiful friend...
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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