Betty J. Warters loving Wife, Mother, and Grandmother passed away peacefully October 10,2019.
Betty is survived by her husband Inman Warters,Jr. of fifty eight years and her two children Debra Uhl (Scott) and Randy Warters (Kris).
She is also survived by her three grandchildren Marcus Uhl, Serena Uhl, and Livia Washburn.
Predeceased by her Mother and Father Laura and Claude Carmel as well as sister Hazel Crowley and her brothers William, Leroy, Jim, and Dick Carmel.
She is survived by her sister June Lynn and two brothers Roger Carmel (Elaine) and Charles Carmel (Grace). Along with many nieces and nephews.
Betty is remembered as a kind, generous, quick witted lady and left you wondering what she would say next. She brought many smiles to our hearts and a few raised eyebrows at times.
She was well loved.
Betty would enjoy the time that she spent with her Grandchildren. They brought her joy and she was always proud of their accomplishments. She witnessed many sporting events, dance recitals, and plays and was a there with a hug and smile at the end of a performance. Of course she always had stories to share with them as well. Oh the stories that she shared.
Betty grew up in Bristol with her parents and many Brothers and Sisters. She then moved to Bloomfield for many years where she raised her family. Betty worked at Flowers By Stella for a number of years where she was always happy planting and raising flowers. Her Green Thumb carried over to home where she was always caring for her plants and flowers. She had a remarkable Green Thumb she could grow roots just sticking a leaf in water. How did she ever do that?
Betty was also a very good cook with her baked beans being a staple at many family gatherings. Her cabbage salad and homemade cornedbeef hash will always be remembered but never duplicated. Grandma’s pie especially her pumpkin pie was a favorite during the holidays.
Betty Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Sister and Friend will always be remembered fondly and will hold a special place in our hearts forever.
See you later we Love you.
Services will be private.
Memorial contributions may be made to The House of John 14 Spring Street Clifton Springs, NY 14432.