Bette  Thomas
Bette Jeanne Creech Thomas was born September 1, 1929 in Henryetta, OK to Buck and Mae Creech. She graduated from Henryetta High School in 1947. She married the love of her life, Jack, on December 15, 1952 in Shawnee, OK and they were later blessed with two sons.
Bette took great joy in both raising her family and her work as a secretary. She was proud of the positions she held at Tulsa Children's Medical Center, American Airlines, Tulsa County Department of Health and Oklahoma National Bank of Chickasha.
After their family made their home in Grady County, Bette and Jack became members of Laverty Baptist Church, and later First Baptist Church of Chickasha. She was a member of American Business Women's Association and loved taking pictures of newborn babies in the nursery at Grady Memorial Hospital.
Bette was a faithful servant of the Lord, and loved her family more than anything. She was called home peacefully on October 21, 2019. She was surrounded by the love and comfort of her family at home.
She was preceded in death by her loving husband of 63 years, Jack; father, Buck; mother, Mae; brothers: Bobby, Burl, and Bill; sisters: Midge and Lawanna and niece, Judy. Survivors include: sons: Bill Thomas and wife Judi of Chickasha; Bobby Thomas of Cement; sister-in-law, Wanda Spencer and husband Harold of Altus; grandson, Tyler Thomas and wife Meagan of Chickasha; granddaughters: Erica McCoy and husband Barry of Tuttle, Leanna Thomas of Cement, Jaclyn Brinkley and husband Ben of Georgetown, TX; great-grandchildren: Jayden, Sarynity, Jordan, Owen, Aeryn and Bo. Other survivors include her cousins, nieces, nephews, as well as countless friends.
A celebration of life will be Friday, November 22 at 10am at First Baptist Church, in Chickasha, OK.
Published on November 13, 2019

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