She looked wickedly mean, but she was gentle.
She gruffed at those who didn't like what she had to say.
She reminisced about life as a pastor's wife.
She laughed at jokes, before the punchline.
She loved her stained glass art.
She loved people.
She was the one and only Betty.
|From left to right: Chris, Chera (me) and Betty Urey|
Betty Lou was not just a coworker, she was my mentor.
She was the one who made me who I am today.
She helped me understand the workplace politics.
She gave me reasons to laugh, when I was in the midst of crying.
She was a mother to me.
My life is richer for having her apart of it for the last 12 years.
She has not held my hand put pushed me into the sharktank, when I needed it most!
I can never thank her enough for everything she has done for me.
May you be at peace now. Remember that I love you and please continue to guide me in the right direction as I continue in life. You will be greatly missed.
|M. Longo (coworker) and Betty Urey|
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