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Betty Lou Ann Beam Robertson (Morris)
Wednesday, June 4, 2014 • Posted June 4, 2014

Passed away at the age of 74 in Fort Worth, Texas, on April 10, 2014. from natural causes.

Betty was born October 10, 1939, in Mason, Texas, to Frankli n Manuel Beam and Alma Amanda Meridith Beam.

Graveside Services will be held June 7, 2014, at 2 p.m. Burial will follow at Cavness Cemetery in Mason County.

Betty went Mason High School where she was on the Pep Squad.

She was married at the age of 16 in 1955 to Charles Elzie Morris (Boogie) and was married for 24 years. Divorced in 1980.

She re-married in 1991 to John Wilbur Robertson, Jr. They were married for 32 years. Widowed 2012.

Betty loved to sew, dance, play darts, paint, put puzzles together and fish. Betty grew up in Mason, Texas. She lived in Texas most of her life.

She lived in Trinidad, Athens, Grand Saline, Dallas, Lewisville, San Antonio, San Saba and Azle, Texas.

Betty was a member at the first Baptist Church in San Saba, Texas Betty was baptized in the Llano River at the age of 16.

Betty was survived by:

Donna Joy Warren (daughter), Albert Warren (son in-law) William Roy Morris (Son)

Linda Morris (Daughter-in-Law) 6 Grandchildren:

Michael Elzie Shaun Morris, Jeffrey Scott Morris, Heather Michelle Morris, Seir’re Ann Morris, April Nicole Warren, Donovan Cahill Warren.

1Great Grandchild:

Kirsten Mackenzee* Voncile Morris

Betty was survived by Siblings:

Wilton Beam, Norma Bailey, Mae Bailey, and Angie Riffe.

She was preceded in death by:

Franklin Manuel Beam (father), Alma Amanda Meridith Beam (mother), John Wilbur Robertson, Jr. (husband), Franklin Elzie Morris (Son)

Siblings: Wanda, Billy, Beauford, Frankie, Kerman and Gordon

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