Betty Ann Brown was born on May 4, 1968, to Godfrey Davis and Betty J. Carter in Sharkey, Mississippi. She transitioned to eternity on September 30, 2020 in Wendell, North Carolina.
Betty graduated from Lawrence High School. She attended ATI College and went on to enjoy a career in the medical industry. She was employed at LabCorp as a phlebotomist at the time of her transition.
Among many hobbies and interests, Betty enjoyed skating, and was artistic. She also delighted in cooking, decorating, and traveling. Most of all, she loved spending time with her family.
Betty was a member of Pentecostal Bible Church. Affectionately regarded as "Betty Boo", Betty will be fondly remembered for her organized, well spoken, decorative, passionate, and vibrate nature. She will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved her.
She was preceded in death by her father, Godfrey Davis; sister, Syble Lee Davis; grandmother, Lillian Williams; grandfather, Eugene Carter; and one granddaughter, Teja Avon Petty.
Those left to cherish precious memories include her three daughters: Claudia Bolden, Keisha Bolden, and Je-Tamia Bolden; one son, Christopher Bolden; mother, Betty Jean Carter; two brothers, Robert Earl Davis and Jerry Lee Davis; sister, Barbara Ann Davis; four nieces: Ty-isha Davis, Aleavia Griggs, T'keyah Niamike, and Kianda Davis; eight grandchildren: Nateanna Horton, Ted Petty, Jr., Dorian Horton, Aireona Horton, A'kayla Bolden, Precious Bell, Liliane Bell, and Amari Bolden; and a host of relatives and friends.
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