Bettye Dunbar McLean

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Bettye Dunbar McLean was reunited with her beloved husband, Robert, Thursday May 5, 2022. The daughter of John and Ann Dunbar, Bettye was born July 11, 1930 in Grand Junction TN. Bettye and Bobby were married May 11, 1951 and had two daughters, Molly and Deborah. As she was raising her family, Bettye served as a Sunday school teacher and a member of the Christian Woman’s Fellowship at Alamo First Christian Church. Bettye delighted in sewing, cooking, playing bridge and golf. She enjoyed singing in the church choir, traveling with the senior citizens and her husband’s army buddies.
Bettye’s grandchildren and great grandchildren gave her many happy memories. Rarely did she miss a dance recital, tennis match, voice show, t-ball games or beach trips.
She leaves her daughters, Deborah McLean, Molly Rowe (Floyd), granddaughters Amy McGuire (Cole), Kylie Smith (Caleb), Robert Rowe, and brother James Dunbar (Rosemary). Her great grandchildren loved visiting her for chocolate milk and Uno cards. They had lots of fun with Nana at the Safari Park. Great Grands are Piper, Jamison, McLean, and Rowe.
Visitation will be Sunday May 8th, 2022 at Alamo 1st Christian Church from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The service will be held Monday May 9th, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. at the Church as well; burial to follow at Alamo Cemetery.
Pallbearers are Floyd Rowe, Robert Rowe, Joe McLean, Caleb Smith, Cole McGuire, Paul Conley III, Jamison Turnage, and McLean Turnage.
Honorary Pallbearers are Walter Yearwood, David Williams, Jim Barazza, Hal Kail, Wray Pulliam, Tommy Green, Jim Jerman, Scott Conley, and Bro. Wirwa.

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