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She followed her husband from state to state and across half of Texas, from one construction job to the next, making a home and raising four children, two girls and two boys.
After her husbands retirement they moved to Mansfield to be near her brothers.
The center of her world was a small three bedroom home one block off the town square in Wellington.
It was a house where she and her brothers and sisters came of age and the house where she returned to give birth to all four of her children in the comfort and safety of her Mother and Father.
A much loved Mother, Grandmother, great Grandmother and great great Grandmother, she was born in Plainview on November 21, 1909 to Jesse and Cora Goodson.
She grew up poor, but immensely loved in a family of six sisters and two brothers.
at Sams Saloon where he had a following known as the karaoke gang.
She later began working as the assistant county treasurer for Harmon County and was later elected treasurer for Harmon County, retiring in 1997. With this union came two step children, Sonya and Billy whom he cared for deeply. OHair of Amarillo; four great grandchildren, Zachery T. Honorary Pallbearers included Raymond Fike, Dick Pendleton, Willie Gragson, Robert Powell, Maxie Baker, Kenny Tunstall, Robert Coffee, Jack Barnett, Jimmy Black and Jimmy Patterson. She was a retired custodian for Amarillo Independent School District. During subsequent years Dan was a real estate investor, home builder and land broker in Amarillo.
Honorary pallbearers were Willie Gragson, Jackie Barnett, Johnny Barnett, Jon Sessions, Raymond Fike, Lynn Mays, Alex Molina and Robert Owens. A time of casual gathering of friends, family, co-workers and fishermen was held May 20 from 5 to 9 p.m. He was a self taught man who was able to try and do anything and fix and repair just about everything. He was a member of the Houston Texas Oilmans Bass Club and Strawbridge United Methodist Church. They will be blessed with the arrival of a great grandchild soon. May 11 at Boxwell Brothers Funeral Home in Amarillo. Tom Huntress, pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church, officiating. Bettye was also preceded in death by a brother, Randolph Hunt and two sisters, Billye Houchin and Doris Carman.