Betty Sue Long

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Betty Sue Long departed from this life for her heavenly home on February 6, 2021 surrounded by her family. She was a life-long homemaker and worked as a beautician in her beauty shop for 55 years. She made memories with everyone she met and loved. She was known by several names to everyone, but her favorite name of all was “crazy granny”. She lived a very full, selfless, and beautiful life making everyone laugh or smile in some way.

She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Everett “Sonny” Long; son, Terry Ingle; grandson, Justin Jackson; three brothers, one sister, and her parents.

Those left to carry on her memory are her sons, Rusty Ingle and Randall Ingle, only daughter, Marcia Bramlage, ten grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren, and a host of other relatives and friends.

Visitation will be from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, February 9, 2021 at the Calvary Baptist Church in Hazen followed by funeral service at 11:00. Interment will be in the Hazen Cemetery.

6 thoughts on “Betty Sue Long”

  1. Pauline Melkovitz

    My deepest Sympathies are with your family at this sorrowful time. Betty and I went to school together and were friends until her passing. Her skills as a beautician were fabulous. Never one time that she did my hair was I not satisfied !! She will be greatly missed as a dear friend and beautician!!! My prayers are with you now and always !!!!!s

  2. Angie Greenwalt

    My thoughts and prayers are with you all I thought a lot of Mrs Betty I enjoyed my visit with Mrs Betty and Mr Sonny when I picked my ironing just loved them both

  3. She was a sweet, sweet person. She worked hard and enjoyed life. Prayers to her family, she will be greatly missed

  4. Thank you for being the most loving stepmom a girl could have. You will be greatly missed. Your great support, love, humor and friendship are undying. May you and dad rest in peace for eternity. Love You both!

  5. Judy Boothe Foot

    I have known Ms. Betty since I was a little girl. Her Mother, Mrs. Hanks lived down the road from us and when she came to visit she would let Rusty come down to play. She was a special lady.

  6. Billy and Gail Booth

    As her former mailman from 1996 to 2007, I was privileged to get acquainted with Mrs. Betty. She could display a sense of humor at times in conversation. As a pastor visiting in nursing homes, I often saw Mrs. Betty “doing the hair” of many of the residents. As the years went by, Mrs. Betty’s feet and legs began to increasingly hurt, but she continued to serve the nursing home residents, treating each one with loving care and attention. Those who knew her will cherish her legacy with precious memories. May God’s Word and His Holy Spirit (the “Comforter”) give peace, comfort, strength, and assurance to the family and friends of Mrs. Betty. She will be missed.

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