Betty Jane (Cuthbert) Guthrie, of Lake Worth, Florida

Published 10:11 am Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Sept. 2, 1929 — May 28, 2015

Betty Jane (Cuthbert) Guthrie, 85, (Born Sept. 2, 1929) of Lake Worth, Florida passed into Heaven on May 28, 2015. Following a series of sicknesses, Betty left us to Join her lost love and husband (of 68 years) Albert Walter Guthrie.

Betty Jane (Cuthbert) Guthrie

Betty Jane (Cuthbert) Guthrie

Also preceding her in death are her parents, Eugene Cuthbert and Zula (Cuthbert) Huntzinger, two brothers, Dick Cuthbert, Dale Cuthbert, a daughter Geraldine Gipson, a granddaughter Crystal Necy Danley.

She is survived by her sister, Beverly (George) Stevens, and her sister-in-law Nancy Cuthbert (Florida). Also surviving are her daughter Nancy (James) Danley, of Palm Beach, Florida, and two sons, (Richard (Sheri) Guthrie of Boynton Beach, Florida and Robert (Jeannie) Guthrie of Edwardsburg, Michigan. In addition to all her children, she deeply loved her eight grandchildren: Donna Simpson, David Gipson, Donald Gipson, Dwain Gipson, Justin Guthrie, Brook Guthrie and James M. Danley, as well as her 19 great-grandchildren, and four great-great-grandchildren.

Betty lived an amazing life filled with deep care, she was dedicated and hardworking as a nurse throughout her career, followed by care giving in Florida through all the lives she lovingly touched. Betty gave of herself through a lifetime of teaching, and enjoying square dancing. She was also loved camping and as a seamstress whether by making clothes for friends and family, or while making many square dance dresses for countless friends. Betty also loved to travel, she painted beautifully, also being crafty thru beadwork and jewelry making. She had a green thumb exhibited thru her gardening, however her love shinned brightest in her many roles as a wife, mother, daughter, Sister, aunt, grandmother, cousin, and best friend to countless loved ones throughout her life. Betty gave all of herself, and was happiest when giving care to others.

Betty was loved by, and will be missed by all. As she lived her life in both Florida, and Michigan she will be celebrated through memorial services in both states. We ask that you join us in celebration of her life. We shall hold two memorials one to be announced (Facebook) In Michigan. Additionally join us at Lago Palma park at 18 Ricks Dr., Lake Worth, Florida, on June 13 at 1 p.m., while we graciously honor this beautiful woman for all she has given, and loved, to so many.