BETTY JEAN CHILDERS August 26, 1951 ~ January 13, 2016 Betty passed away peacefully surrounded by family, following a lengthy illness. She was a longtime Red Bluff resident. Betty enjoyed being outdoors hunting, camping, gardening, she enjoyed fishing the most. She spent many days fishing on the Sacramento River. Betty had a special talent for baking, being known for making the best pie crust around. She was an awesome cook. Using her talent for cooking she worked for Dibble Creek Station, Airport Restaurant, and the Elks Lodge. Wherever Betty was cooking she had a clientele that followed her. Betty is survived by, Husband Louis Reynolds, Dad Ron Hartman, 3 Sons Michael (Bernice) Childers, Jr. (Tricia) Childers, and Raymond (Robin) Childers. Sisters Sharlene Edwards, and Annette Dietrick. Brothers Jay C. Edwards, Merrill Edwards, Ronnie Hartman and Rodney Hartman. She had 4 granddaughters, Chelsey Alison, Rayann and Reagan Childers, and Kayla Childers. 2 grandsons Michael and Jesse Childers. 1 great granddaughter. Numerous nieces and nephews. Betty was preceded in death by, Husband Willard “Vern” Childers, Mother Buliah “Mae” Hartman, Father Clarence Edwards, Brothers Charlie and Robert Edwards, and Neil Hartman. A celebration of Betty’s life is: 3:00 pm Saturday January 30, 2016 at Dibble Creek Fire Station, Hwy 36 W, Red Bluff.
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