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Tuesday, November 21, 2023
7:00 - 8:00pm (Central time)
Betty Rose Courtway, a beloved daughter, sister, mother, grandmother, and friend, passed away on November 17, 2023. She was born on January 29, 1956, in Old Mines, Missouri, a daughter to the late Pauline (Smith) Courtway and James Albert "Dugan" Courtway. Betty's kind and caring nature touched the lives of all who knew her.
Betty is survived by her loving daughter Misty Dean and boyfriend Jason Gollon, sons Harold "Bubby" Moss and wife Crystal, and Jesse Moss and wife Ruby. She is also survived by her sisters Mary "Tookie" Whaley, Pauline "Poopie" Counts, brothers Joseph Courtway and wife Carol and James "Butch" Courtway; dear and special friend, Destiny “George” Buhler, and father of her children Harold Moss, Jr.
In addition to her immediate family, Betty leaves behind a legacy of love through her grandchildren: Matthew Dean, Lacy Thurman, Layla Moss, Carlee Moss, BrittLee Moss, Tate Luther, Khylee Luther, Logan Luther. She was also blessed with great-grandchildren Jace Thurman and Jobe Moss.
Betty was preceded in death by her sisters Margaret Hastings and Bonnie Barks, brothers Jimmy Courtway, Jerry "Hank" Courtway, and Jack Courtway. She was also preceded in death by brothers-in-law Tommy Emily, Roy Whaley, sister-in-law Connie Courtway, and son-in-law Billy Dean.
Betty had a fun-loving personality that brought joy to those around her. She always put others before herself, showing her love and compassion through her actions. Betty had a special way of making people feel valued and loved. One of Betty's greatest joys in life was spending time with her family and spoiling her grandchildren. Whether it was camping trips or simply being together at home, Betty cherished every moment with her loved ones. She had a special bond with each family member and treasured the time they spent together. Betty also loved online shopping. She enjoyed finding unique items and surprising her family and friends with thoughtful gifts. Her generosity extended beyond material possessions; she always gave her time and attention freely to those in need.
Being a mother and grandmother were one of Betty's proudest accomplishments. Her love for her children and grandchildren knew no bounds. She nurtured them with unconditional love and support, helping them grow into the incredible individuals they are today.
Betty's passing leaves a void in the hearts of all who knew her. Her memory will live on through the love she shared and the impact she made on those around her. Let us remember all the beautiful memories we shared with Betty and find comfort in knowing that she is at peace.