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March 1,1945 – May 31, 2022


Betty Jones


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 Betty's Celebration of Life

November 10th, 2022

12:30 PM PST

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Life Story

Betty Grace Jones passed away peacefully on May 31st in Florida as her children stayed by her bedside holding her hand and giving her comfort.

Betty was born on March 1, 1945 to the late Wilson and Bethany Jones. She grew up with 3 siblings – Roy, Louie, and Rachel in Maine. 

Betty was a born academic. Her fervent passion always remained reading, math, and science. She spoke English and Spanish. She excelled in her studies and was always at the top of her class. She was hard-working and determined. She also broke many gender barriers in the workforce, and was promoted to positions in the field of chemistry not held by women preceding her. She developed many lifelong friendships in her field, which she valued and spoke of frequently.

She loved her children (John and Trisha) and grandchildren (Carolyn, Larry, Allen, and Carl) dearly. She showered them with attention and held each one close to her heart.

Betty was an eternal optimist. Although she had chronic health issues, she always looked at the glass as half full. Despite her challenges in life, she never complained. She was vivacious and joyful.  She never missed a family gathering, and energetically shared her life stories with family and friends. Betty is survived by her son, John, daughter, Trisha and grandchildren – Carolyn, Larry, Allen, and Carl. She is also survived by her brother Roy of MA, her brother Louie of FL. Along with several nieces, nephews, cousins, and close friends.

Betty will be missed dearly by all who knew her. May she rest in peace.

Guest Book

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Donations in Betty's memory may be made to:

American Cancer Society

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