Betty Ellen Green

Betty Ellen Green, 78 of Quicksburg, died Wednesday, January 11, 2012 at her home.

Mrs. Green was born July 23, 1933 in Quicksburg, daughter of the late Robert L. Rosenberger, Sr. and Hannah Frances Clem Rosenberger.

She had been a cook for over 30 years at Stonewall Jackson High School and was a member of Quicksburg United Methodist Church.

Mrs. Green was preceded in death by her husband, Donald Green, Sr.

She is survived by a daughter, Lory Reid and her husband Roger of New Market; two sons, Donald Green, Jr. and his wife Joy and Rickey Green and his wife Shelia all of Mt. Jackson;  a brother, Beverly Rosenberger and his wife Joanne of Woodstock; four grandchildren, Brandon Green, Brittany Green, Emily Green and Erika Fiore; two great grandchildren, Austyn and Jordan; and special nephews, Aaron Fultz, Jim Fultz, Mike Rosenberger, Jeff Rosenberger, Wayne Rosenberger and David Rosenberger.

She was predeceased by brothers, James Fultz, Sr., Robert L. Rosenberger, Jr., Charles Rosenberger, Galen Rosenberger and Benny Rosenberger.

Funeral services will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Dellinger Funeral Home in Mt. Jackson with the Rev. Michael Dettmer officiating. Burial will follow at Mt. Jackson Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Steve Custer, Doug Estep, Jr., David Vann, Larry Whetzel, Ken Burch and Tom Wilkins.

The family will receive friends Saturday from 7 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.

Memorial contributions may be made to Quicksburg United Methodist Church, c/o Linda Williams, 199 Bobwhite Lane, Quicksburg, VA 22847.

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8 Condolences to Betty Ellen Green

  1. Pat Jones says:

    Betty was a wonderful person. I don’t think she ever met a stranger. I am so sorry for your loss she will be greatly missed. May God comfort you in your time of sorrow.

  2. Carolyn Lamma says:

    Betty was a great woman. We had a lot of good times. I am so sorry. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.. Love, Carolyn, Barbara and Heather.

  3. Maynard Zirkle says:

    Sorry for your loss and may God bless each one of you.

  4. Glenn, Kathy Lee, & Thelma Conrad says:

    Our love and blessings to family and friends. May all find comfort in knowing that through the gift of salvation, that we will be reunited with Miss Betty one day in Heaven … and Oh! What a glorious day that will be! The Quicksburg community will not be the same without Miss Betty’s beautiful smile … however the sunshine rays from Heaven will feel a little warmer as we know Miss Betty is still watching over her Quicksburg hometown.

  5. Mike Thagard says:

    My deepest sympathy and prayers go out to the family. Betty was a wonderful, loving person. I am sure none of you remember me but my mother was Edna Lee Ettel Thagard of Harrisonburg. I do remember you all though. I use to spend my summers in Georgetown growing up with Linda and Lillian running through the orchards. Your father taught me alot as a kid about life in general. I know it has been 30 years since I have seen Betty. I miss them good ole days as I have been gone from the valley 45 years. God bless and comfort you all. Your third cousin. Mike Thagard, Jacksonville, Fl.

  6. Charles and Dorothy White says:

    We would like to extend our deepest sympathy in the loss of your loved one. She was such a sweet lady and know that she will be missed, especially by her family and everyone in Quicksburg. And Beverly our prayers and sympathy go out to you. May God be with each one of you in the weeks and months ahead giving you peace and comfort. Charles & Dorothy

  7. Richard & Carolyn Bly says:

    Please accept our sympathy on the loss of your Mom, I worked with her for years at Stonewall. She was a great lady and will be missed by all, our thoughts & prayers are with you all during this difficult time,


    Richard “Dickie” & Carolyn Bly

  8. Tina Rutt says:

    My sympathy and thoughts are with you. And in the short time I knew your mom she was a very nice woman. I know she will be missed and I am so sorry for your loss. God Bless Tina Rutt