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Betty Jo Foster

July 3, 2012

Betty Jo Foster

Betty Jo Foster, age 80, passed away June 30, 2012, at Waverly Care Home, in West Point.
Betty Jo Foster was born May 1, 1932, in Webster County, Maben, to Jeffie Henry Harpole and Robert Harpole. Betty Jo Foster was employed with Monte Glove as a machine operator. She was a member of Pheba Baptist Church, where she was a member of the choir and the Ella Carty Sunday School Class. Mrs. Foster was a caring, giving person to all those in the community. She loved her family and what she did at home as well as doing for others. Betty Jo Harpole Foster married Earley Smith Foster on May 29, 1951, West Point.
Funeral services are Tuesday, July 3, 2012, at 10 a. m. at Calvert Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. Terry Rhodes officiating. Burial will follow in Cedar Bluff Cumberland Presbyterian Cemetery Cedar Bluff.
Calvert Funeral
Home of West Point is in charge of arrangements.
Survivors include husband Earley S. "Slick" Foster of Pheba; daughter, Kay Foster Baird (Tim); son, Myron Foster (Linda) all of West Point; four grandchildren: Tona Fulton (Jimmy), Tennille Baird Portera (Phillip), Whitt Foster (Kayla), and Mallorie Baird (Trevor Gore); seven great grandchildren: Lindsey Fulton, Avery Fulton, James Fulton, Foster Portera, P. J. Portera, Carson Foster and Lilah Claire Foster; sister, Bobbie Lou Sizemore (Harper) of Pheba.
Pallbearers are David Foster, Jeff Foster, Will Foster, Scott Foster, Wayne Foster, Craig Foster and Perry Goodson.
Honorary pallbearers are Kenny Tipton, Sonny Sizemore, Eddie Strickland, Hiram Millsaps, Bobby Champion, Aubrey Foster, Robert Champion, Warren Sizemore, Tim Sizemore, Butch Childs, Friends in the Pheba Community, Staff of
NMMC-West Point, Dr. Edmund A. Miller, Jr., and Staff of Waverly Care Home.
Memorials may be made to Cedar Bluff Cumberland Presbyterian Cemetery Care, C/O Mrs. Anna Sims, 911 Henryville
Road, Cedar Bluff, MS 39741.
Friends may leave an online condolence at www.calvertfuneralhome.com

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