Family Login:

Betty Fuller

Share This Obituary


Memories & Candles

“Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. ”
1 of 2 | Posted by: Dicky and Pat Self - Powderly, TX

“Ricky,Ray, and Gary, My deepest sympathies to you during this time. Betty was a very special lady and friend to our family. I hope you find comfort...Read More »
2 of 2 | Posted by: Kathy Clampitt Knox - Plainview


Betty Fuller, age 83, passed away, Tuesday, July 26, 2016. Funeral Service will be 1:00 p.m., Saturday, July 30, 2016 at the First Baptist Church in Floydada with Tim Franks officiating. Interment to follow at the Floyd County Memorial Park in Floydada. Arrangements are under the personal care of Moore-Rose Funeral Home in Floydada.
Betty Jo was born in Boswell, Oklahoma on September 20, 1932 to Elmer and Della (Witt) Self. It was in Boswell that she met her true love, Wayne Fuller. Wayne and Betty were married February 17, 1950, and were blessed with four children. Betty was Director for the Floyd County Day Care (Kids Korner) for Nearly 30 years. Children were very dear to Betty and she loved all of "her" children. Betty loved to spend time with family, friends and work in her yard. She supported all of her grandchildren's activities and sporting events and followed them all as long as her health allowed. Betty loved her Dallas Cowboys and still would holler for them. At Sunday's dinner and the Cowboys were playing, no one talked to or bothered Granny until commercial's came on for fear she would miss a play or touchdown. Betty followed her Lord and Savior from a very early age and lived each day as her Lord directed.

Betty was preceded in death by her husband; Wayne Fuller, her beautiful daughter; Sharon, her parents, two brothers, five sisters.

Betty is survived by three sons, Gary Fuller and wife Sue of Floydada, Rick Fuller and wife Cindy of Amarillo, Ray Fuller and wife Jeannie of Zavela, TX, 11 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, brothers; Calvin Self of Shawnee, Kansas, Charles Self of Versailles, Missouri, sisters; Wynema Vereh of College Station and several nieces and nephews.

Betty will be missed by so many who loved her like family.

The family would like to say "Thank You" to the entire staff at Good Life Seniors Living where she had resided the past two years. To directors Leaha, Chef Michael, who spoiled her rotten and to her very special favorite, Jessica, who she loved very much. Also to Kindred Hospice of Amarillo, who took such good care of our Mom and Granny, for their compassionate care and love.

In Lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Betty's name to the Floyd County Day Care (Kids Korner) or the Floyd County Memorial Park or a charity of your choice.

Bye Mom-Granny Betty, We love and will miss you.