Obituaries » Betty Wall Causey
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June 17, 1927 - May 15, 2018
Betty went quietly to her final resting place May 15, 2018.
Betty is preceded in death by her husband, C. Jackson Causey 13 years earlier. Surviving children are Debi Montelbano, Dawn Causey Boyd, and Jere Causey along six grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
Lifelong resident of Bossier City and Benton, Louisiana with her husband Jack. They were married 60 years. A Proclamation by the Mayor of Benton, La., on July 27, 1996 day was declared JACK AND BETTY CAUSEY DAY THOUGH OUT THE TOWNSHIP OF Benton La where as they have shared their special love and life with each other.
Betty and Jack’s lives were full and they were very civic minded – President of many organizations and contributions to Bossier Parish, Louisiana. Jack and Betty were life-long members of Palmetto Country Club.
Betty loved painting and her art work has been displayed in various galleries.
Betty loved horses and was an avid horsewoman. Betty’s love for animals and of “taking in stray animals” was known throughout the neighborhood. People were always dropping off animals round her house knowing Miss Betty would take care of them.
There will be ONLY a graveside service at:
Hill Crest Memorial Cemetery, 601 Hwy 80, Haughton, La.
Time 2:00 PM on Friday, May 18th
We are honored to have Reverend Billy Pierce officiate.
We want to thank those who come and to let you know since we will be returning to Texas immediately – there will not be any visitation afterwards.
The family has requested that in lieu of flowers, with Betty’s love of animals that a donation is given to:
Ninna’s Road To Rescue, 6 Sterling Ranch N, Haughton, La 71037 or www.RoadtoRescueLA.org , & click to “donate”. (There is a space to write a message so be sure and write in memory of Betty Wall Causey. Let them know that the memorial gift is for Betty Wall Causey. Please know that for every donation, Betty will be smiling that a helpless animal is being given a chance.
The family finds comfort in knowing that Betty is with the Lord and Jack will be at the Pearly Gates waiting to greet her and say “What took you so long?”