Mrs. Betty Jo Brinkley
- March 17, 1930 - February 23, 2013
- Houston, Texas
of Betty's Passing
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I am very saddened to hear of Betty's passing. I remember her from the Sweet Adelines Houston Horizon Chorus. She was such a lovely and friendly person. She was always helpful and very kind. My deepest sympathies to all of you.
Posted by: Susan Cofer - Sugar Land, TX Mar 01, 2013
Our prayers go out to the family of Betty. May Larry and her family know that our thoughts and prayers are with them at this time.
Posted by: Joy (Roe) & Jackie DeForest - Pasadena, TX Feb 28, 2013
Thanks for the memories.
Posted by: Earlene Alexander - Keller, TX - Friend Feb 27, 2013
Enjoyed Betty as a singer for the Bay Area Gospel music Association. She was a joy to be around. She would help us with folding and labeling the TRUMPET our newsletter. We always had lots of laughs when Betty was around. RIP my friend.
Posted by: Nelda Johnson - Houston, TX - friend Feb 27, 2013
Betty was a fiesty and lovely lady!
Posted by: Karen Mulkey - Humble, TX - I sang with Betty Feb 26, 2013
Betty was one of the first women I met when I visited Houston Horizon Chorus. She was so warm and encouraging in her welcomge that she was an inspiration to my joing Sweet Adelines.
Posted by: Judy Davidson - Humble, TX - Chorus sister Feb 26, 2013
We are deeply Saddened for the Passing of Betty . We sold her and Larry 7942 Rowe Lane . Our Sympathy and Prayers are with you during this Loss
Annette (Heartsill ) Stryk ,Arnie Stryk and Family
Posted by: Annette (Heartsill) Stryk & Arnie Stryk - Houston, TX - A Freind Feb 26, 2013
Betty was such a sweet lady. Her smile always lit up the place. She will be missed.
My thoughts and prayers go to her family. May God be a comfort to you!
Posted by: Denise Fly - Meadows Place, TX - Chorus member with her Feb 26, 2013
Everyone should have a friend like Betty. She was a friend like no other. She was the belle of the ball, the life of the party and the most giving person I have ever known. We met when we were very young and our children were little more than toddlers. And we shared so many good times, trips, bowling tournaments, etc.
Those were for sure the Good Ole Days... rest in peace Betty Jo.. I love you.
Posted by: Nancy Standard - Needville, TX - Friend Feb 25, 2013
Betty sang with "The Master's Vessels" Southern Qospile Quartet from time to time over years. As the bass singer she would match me on some of those low notes. Was a hit with all the folks. We know she'll be singing in "The Heavenly Choir" today. God blessed her live with ability to never meet a stanger. We'll miss you Betty.
Posted by: Bill & Anita Durham - Friendswood, TX - Friends Feb 25, 2013