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1935 Betty 2021

Betty Jo Ross

October 20, 1935 — September 22, 2021

****The date of death listed above is incorrect, this is for archive purposes only****

Betty J. Ross of Jensen Beach, Florida, formerly of Brutus, Michigan and West Palm Beach, Florida, went to be with her Heavenly Father on April 1, 2021. She was born on October 20, 1935 in Greenup, Kentucky, the daughter of Edith Oney Baldridge Peterson and Lee Baldridge. Betty is survived by her son, Harry Keathley (Kellie) of Jensen Beach and daughter, Donna McDougall of Jensen Beach., sister, Jennie Fortune of Brandon, Mississippi, sister-in-law Virginia Baldrige of Russell, Kentucky, grandchildren, Bonnie McDougall, Donald McDougall, Jr. (Cassaundra), Amanda Tarbox (Eric), Amie McKendrick (Andrew), James Cisco (Lauren), Patrick Cisco (Emilie), Aaron Cisco, Robert Keathley (Melissa), and Lee Keathley, and many great grandchildren, She is predeceased by her husband, Glen Ross, son James Keathley and daughter, JoVona Cisco (Brian), parents, sister, Ruth Meredith, and brother, Clyde Baldridge. Betty was the most generous and caring person ever. She was the best mother, always the PTO mom, girl scout leader, boy scout leader, Sunday school teacher, and even hockey goalie to raise money for the kids' hockey program. She was so happy in her marriage to Glen and they spent many happy years together living in Florida and traveling to Kentucky to spend their summers.
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Saturday, September 25, 2021

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Mt. Carmel Cemetery


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