In memory of
Michele Denise (Raney) Betts
In memory of
Michele Denise (Raney) Betts
Michele Denise (Raney) Betts 1952 ~ 2020 Our beautiful and most loved Wife, Mother, Sister, Aunt, Friend and Child of Jesus left us this Mother's Day, May 10, 2020. As a family and community, we are bewildered, lost, and so incredibly sad. Michele was born October 13, 1952 to her loving parents Paul and Grace Raney and raised in the community of St. Catherine Parish in NE Seattle. Michele was the youngest of the siblings she adored: Pat (Barbara) Raney, Sandra (Virgil) Reynolds, Larry (Betti) Raney, and her best friend, sister Paula (Michael) Huisman. Growing up in Seattle Michele excelled in entertaining her family and the public. Her activities included performing dance with sister Paula for a traveling Elks group, representing Seattle as the official Trade Dollar Kid for the Century 21 World's Fair, performing with the Holy Angels Drill Team as well as a 1969-70 O'Dea Cheerleader, and representing the community of Roosevelt as the 1971 Miss Roosevelt Seafair Princess. Michele is survived by her husband Michael Betts and a family of eighteen children and grandchildren. As time passes we will remember her love for family, Easter, Fourth of July, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and especially Christmas! And, of course, birthdays! She loved all the birthdays! Funeral Mass and a Celebration of Life will be announced soon. Please sign Michele's online Guest Book at www.Legacy.com
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In memory of
Michele Denise (Raney) Betts
Michele Denise (Raney) Betts 1952 ~ 2020 Our beautiful and most loved Wife, Mother, Sister, Aunt, Friend and Child of Jesus left us this Mother's Day, May 10, 2020. As a family and community, we are bewildered, lost, and so incredibly sad. Michele was born October 13, 1952 to her loving parents Paul and Grace Raney and raised in the community of St. Catherine Parish in NE Seattle. Michele was the youngest of the siblings she adored: Pat (Barbara) Raney, Sandra (Virgil) Reynolds, Larry (Betti) Raney, and her best friend, sister Paula (Michael) Huisman. Growing up in Seattle Michele excelled in entertaining her family and the public. Her activities included performing dance with sister Paula for a traveling Elks group, representing Seattle as the official Trade Dollar Kid for the Century 21 World's Fair, performing with the Holy Angels Drill Team as well as a 1969-70 O'Dea Cheerleader, and representing the community of Roosevelt as the 1971 Miss Roosevelt Seafair Princess. Michele is survived by her husband Michael Betts and a family of eighteen children and grandchildren. As time passes we will remember her love for family, Easter, Fourth of July, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and especially Christmas! And, of course, birthdays! She loved all the birthdays! Funeral Mass and a Celebration of Life will be announced soon. Please sign Michele's online Guest Book at www.Legacy.com
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