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Betty Lue (Peavler) Jones 1923 - 2009
Posted by: Jacqueline Peavler (ID *****5648) Date: January 26, 2009 at 11:35:17
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Betty Lue Jones, who researched Peavler Geneology and wrote the Peavler Newsletter passed away Jan 23. She was always happy to share her information and found much joy in the search.

JONES, BETTY LUE. Age 85. Loving mother, sister, grandmother, aunt, and friend. Passed away early January 23, 2009. Born Betty Lue Harvey and raised on a farm outside of Collyer, Kansas. Married Henry Elmer Peavler in 1946 and moved to Strasburg, Colorado where they had five children. Following Henry’s death, Betty and the children moved to Bennett, Colorado. Betty married Jack Jones in 1960, and had one more child. Betty moved to Englewood, Colorado in 1980. Survived by sister and best friend, Juanita Dodson; daughters, Deborah Kaye Peavler (Mark Stewart) and Jacqueline Veryle Peavler; sons, Henry Peavler, Bill Peavler, Dan Peavler (Helen) and Allen Jones (Becky); fifteen grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren; many nephews and nieces. Preceded in death by husbands, Henry Peavler and Jack Jones; brothers and sisters-in-law, John and Louise, Verl and Elsie, Bob and Doreen Harvey; nephew, Don Harvey; and daughter-in-law, Pam Jones.

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