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Friday, December 2, 2022
2:00 - 3:00pm (Central time)
Betty Jean Hobbs Davis Stiles, our beloved mother, passed away from Lewy Body Dementia, at the age of 88. A disease that took her mentally from us more than twelve years ago. She was born March 1, 1934 to Charley Hobbs and Gertrude Crye Hobbs, in Harris County, TX. She lived most of her life in Bossier City with her husband Philip Stiles. Betty was a resident at the Bradford Nursing Home for 7 ½ years. Betty loved her children and family, and her Lord.
A Celebration of Life service for Betty will be 2:00 PM, Friday, December 2, 2022 at Boone Funeral Home. Officiating will be Pastor Olin Gladney Hunt.
Betty was known for her kind personality. Her sweet spirit touched many lives during her life. If you wanted a picture, Betty is who you called. She was an excellent cook and was known for preparing birthday dinners for all her children.
Betty was preceded in death by parents, Charley and Gertrude Hobbs; husband of 34 years, Philip D. Stiles; and younger sisters, Bernice Hicks and Shirley Hobbs.
Left to cherish many happy memories is the father of their children, Charlie Davis, Sr,; children, Brenda Davis McDonald (Rex), Charlie (Chuck) Davis, Jr. (Sharon), Charla Davis James (Jonathon), and Jennifer Davis McDonald (Brad); grandchildren, Pepper McDonald Tew; Billy Tew; Christy Davis Wray (Chris), Jay Davis (Kelly), Evangeline James (James Ray Chism), Brittney James, Tyler James (Peyton Hunter), Nolan James, Mary Catherine Douglas, Amelia Douglas, and Ellen Douglas; great-grandchildren, Victoria Schichner (Ryan Antee), Abigail Tew (Logan Sandel), William Tew, Hunter Dison, Brittany Wray, Brett Wray (Ashlee), Jasper Davis, Charlie Ann Baker, and Ayden Baker; and many other family and friends.
The family would like to thank The Bradford nurses, aides and staff; Southern Care Hospice which was a true blessing to our family. Renee who was always just a call or text away, Kinsey, our lifeline to mother during COVID, always sending weekly pictures, Tammy, who had to deliver the news of mother’s passing, Khalisha, my confidant and sisters in Christ always laughing and crying and understanding. Lastly, Brother Gladney Hunt, who tirelessly shared God’s Word and prayer to all of us. He was not just a pastor but a true friend, as well as Mrs. Patsy his sweet wife.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Lewy Body Dementia Association, 912 Killian Hill Road, SW, Suite 205, Lilburn, GA 30047, in Betty Stiles' name.