Betty Virginia Estep

Betty Virginia Estep, 82, of Mt. Jackson died Thursday August 8. 2013 at Life Care Center of New Market.

Mrs. Estep was born March 6, 1931 in Conicville, daughter of the late Roy Lee and Grace Sager Funkhouser.

She was married to Mervin Clay McDonald and to Raymond Edgar Estep who both preceded her in death.

She is survived by three daughters, Brenda Sue Crompton-Young of Harrisonburg, Pamela Ann McDonald Walters and husband Randy of Mt. Jackson and Katrina Lynn Estep of Plymouth NC; a sister, Nancy Dysart of Woodstock; three grandchildren, Scott Eric Crompton, Melissa Walters Taylor and husband, Paul and Megan Clay Walters; and a great grand-daughter, Grace Elizabeth Taylor. She is also survived by her beloved dog, Petey.

A memorial service will be Sunday, August 11, 2013 at Windhaven Church in Mt. Jackson at 4:00 p.m. with Jeff Earman officiating.  Burial in the Mt. Jackson cemetery will be private.

Friends may call anytime at the home of Pamela and Randy Walters , 214 Center Street, Mt. Jackson.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Shenandoah County Senior Citizens in Edinburg.

Arrangements are by Dellinger Funeral Home in Mt. Jackson.

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3 Condolences to Betty Virginia Estep

  1. Debbie Ruby says:

    Betty we will miss you

  2. Margaret Oden & FamilyPaul, Jackie and Ken Bazzle& son, Jane & George Gochenour of Tenn. George Jr. Gwen & family Frances & Family says:

    To the daughters of Betty McDonald Estep we wish to express our love & Sympathy at this time during the loss of your mother. Our mother has been friends with your mother since their school days, a neighbor, and a friend for life. She was a special lady and will be missed by all.
    The Margaret Oden Family

  3. Wendy Hassler says:

    I am sorry Pam and Randy for your loss. I didn’t know your mother passed away otherwise I would have attended. I use to talk with Ms. Betty when I came to Windhaven. She was always the first one I would see and greet me when I was attending Windhaven. She will be greatly missed.