Betty Anna Edmonson | Obituaries

Funeral assistance for Betty Anna Edmonson will be 2 p.m. Wednesday, July 14, 2021 at Centenary United Methodist Church with Rev. John Hiller, Affiliate Pastor officiating.

Burial will stick to in Highland Cemetery underneath the course of Becker-Rabon Funeral Property.

The assistance could be viewed by pursuing the dwell stream hyperlink at or by checking out the Becker-Rabon Funeral House Facebook webpage.

The loved ones will greet friends from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.

Betty Anna Edmonson, 83, of Lawton, handed absent Friday, July 9, 2021, in Oklahoma Town. Betty was born Aug. 7, 1937, in Lawton, to Charles Samuel and LaMona Doris (Grimes) Thomas. Betty grew up in Lawton with two sisters, Kay and Sammy and attended Washington Elementary, Central Junior High and graduating from Lawton Significant School in 1956. She attended Cameron College in which she acquired a B.S. degree in Education and learning. Betty worked for the Lawton Law enforcement Division where she met the enjoy for her lifestyle, Robert Alvin “Bob” Edmonson Sr. They have been engaged right after only a few dates, and married not extended right after. The like they shared was a really like for the ages and has been a legacy for generations to occur. They had two children, Tammy Lynn Edmonson and Robert Alvin Edmonson Jr. She also labored at Haggar Slacks and drove a faculty bus for particular requirements college students for Lawton Community Educational facilities.

Betty was a life-extensive member of Centenary United Methodist Church. Betty loved her church and attended on a typical basis volunteering in the church place of work and performing as an usher. She was active as a table guardian for the Logos System that proceeds to this day.

Betty was lively all of her lifetime. Betty and her husband cherished horses and taking part in rodeos together. Betty ran barrels, poles, and rings in a lot of rodeos in Comanche and surrounding counties. She also experienced a enthusiasm for softball and performed on a semi-pro crew. Her genuine enthusiasm was genealogy and traveled all around the earth with her partner and her sister, Katy, tracing her relatives tree. She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and cherished sharing her finds with other individuals and related with spouse and children members all over the United States.

She is survived by her loving sister, Kay Tillman, of Vilonia, Arkansas daughter, Tammy Lynn Morales, of Cache son, Robert Alvin Edmonson, Jr., and spouse Pete of Cooperton eight grandchildren: Heather Messer and husband Andrew of Nichols Hills Caleb Ellis, of Louisville, Kentucky Halley Pereira and husband Antonio, of Lawton Trever Morales, of Cache and Gillyan Morales, of Weatherford Summer season Schoolfield and partner, Thomas of Lawton Dani Revell, of Lawton Drift’n Revell and spouse Angie, of Lawton and 7 fantastic-grandchildren: Benjamin Messer Alice Messer Nora Messer Aziah Pereira Kota Revell Kalea Revell, and Milio Revell.

She was preceded in dying by her dad and mom, the enjoy of her lifestyle, spouse, Robert Alvin Edmonson, Sr., and sister, Sammy Larue Deutschendorf.

Memorial contributions might be built to Centenary United Methodist Church in the title of Betty Edmonson, 704 SW D Ave., Lawton, Ok 73507 or by going to

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