Betty Jo McDaniels

September 24, 1935 - November 21, 2011

09/24/1935 - 11/21/2011

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Service
Tuesday November 29, 2011
4:30 pm
Lynnhaven Presbyterian Church
136S. Lynnhaven Parkway
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
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Memorial Service with reception to follow.

Service
Lynnhaven Presbyterian Church
136S. Lynnhaven Parkway
Virginia Beach, VA 23452
Directions
Additional Information:

Memorial Service with reception to follow.

Betty Jo McDaniels

Virginia Beach – Betty Jo McDaniels, 76, passed away on November 21, 2011. Betty was born on September 24, 1935 in Virginia to the late Raymond and Alberta Quesenberry. Betty was predeceased by her husband, Julian Sanford McDaniels; son, Julian Mark McDaniels; and her sister, Doris Ann Stockwell. Betty was an artist with many talents and was also a master genealogist. She was a member of the D.A.R., as well as, a lifelong member of the Lynnhaven Presbyterian Church.

Left to cherish her memory are her children, Sara Wilson and husband James of South Carolina, Raymond McDaniels and wife June of Virginia Beach, and Lori Sue McDaniels of Virginia Beach; grandchildren, James T. Wilson, Julie A. Russell, Mark C. Wilson, Jessie S. Rikerson, and Wyeth W. McDaniels; great-grandchild; Wilson Russell; sister; Joyce Raye Eaton; and brother, Gene “Sonny” Quesenberry.

A memorial service is to be held on Tuesday, November 29, 2011 at 4:30PM at the Lynnhaven Presbyterian Church, 136 S. Lynnhaven Rd., Virginia Beach, VA 23452. Reception will be held at the church following the service. Altmeyer Funeral Home, 1801 Baltic Ave., Va Bch, VA 23451 is handling the arrangements. Online condolences may be expressed to altmeyer.com.

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Margaret Lee Clear
7 years ago

Cousin Betty Jo was truly a dear person. Always made us welcome in her home. Took care to carry out Uncle Raymond’s wishes when he passed.We have many good memories of Betty. Our loss is heavens gain. May God comfort all of her loved ones. Our love, Benton& Margaret Lee

Glenda
7 years ago

Hello, I just came across the memorial for Betty. I did not know her well but my grandfather was a Quesenberry and we did talk a few times. She was a wonderful help to me and I am so sorry for your loss.

Glenda

KC CANNON-AKERS
7 years ago

I AM VERY SAD TO LEARN OF BETTY JO’S PASSING. SHE WAS A VERY GOOD COUSIN WHO EXCHANGED MORE THAN JUST OUR GENEALOGY FAMILIES AND WILL BE REMEMBERED FOR ALL THE GOODWILL SHE HAD FOR EACH AND EVERYONE OF US. SHE WAS ONE OF A KIND. MY SYMPATHY, LOVE AND PRAYERS TO HER FAMILY. KC~,~

Bob
7 years ago

I did not know Betty Jo, but I wish I had taken the time to visit after son Ray’s gracious invitation. We would have hit it off as I’m also interested in genealogy. Ray is a dear friend and one whom I know, from our many talks, took great care of Betty Jo in her final years. He talked about her in many ways such as getting the beach public access widened so her wheel chair would fit. He wanted to share so much his Chesapeake Bay with her Lynnhaven River. I am touched that he plans to donate some of Betty Jo’s land to Virginia Beach for a park on the river so that Betty Jo can join all those whose hearts and souls are grounded in that ole’ man river known to Native Americans as the Chesopean. God speed.

TERRY L WALKER
7 years ago

I have missed the long phone calls with Betty Jo about our extended family and I will always remember my visit to her home in Virginia Beach the summer before last. I send my condolences to the family from myself and our Walker family

Ida Jane Curfman
7 years ago

I was so sorry to hear of Betty Jo’s death. She was such thoughtful, caring, and generous person. She was faithful to visit, send cards, and bring gifts to my Mom, Ida Young. She never forgot a birthday. We will always be indebted to her for her geneology work and for the love she demonstrated to our Mom as well as to the whole Young family. My condolences to the family. I symnpathize with you in the loss of one so dear.

June McDaniels
7 years ago

I will always be thankful for the lessons that Betty Jo has taught me over the years. She was a kind and generous person, and a wonderful mother-in-law, who always made me feel loved. I loved her, “One Cup History” family recipe/genealogy book. She was so creative! We will miss her terribly.

Pam Groover
7 years ago

The Groover family has many fond memories of time spent with Betty Jo and her family. She was a travel companion, genealogy buddy and so much more. I can’t begin to say how much she will be missed. Our love goes out to the family at this time.

The Groover Family

Goldin & Dru Woody
7 years ago

We especially Dru is going to miss her terribly. We join in your loss but also rejoice knowing she and Julian are enjoying the love and presence of God whom they loved so much. Genealogist humor says she is rejoicing with ALL those she came to know in her research!!! We love you guys….

Patricia Fowler
1 year ago

10 years ave passed and you are still deeply missed by me. Enjoy eternal life with Julian. Your Q cousin, PJ