Betty Harrod Gibbs
Friday 30th of November 1928 - Saturday 16th of November 2019
Betty Harrod Gibbs, 90, wife of Matthew Gibbs, passed away on Nov. 16, 2019. Born in Nicholasville, KY on Nov. 30, 1928, daughter of the late Leo and Marie Harrod. She graduated from Union College, married the love of her life, Matt, and they enjoyed 66 wonderful years together. Throughout her life, Betty was involved in many areas of community service including Habitat for Humanity and the Book Buddy Program. She was a committed member of South Elkhorn Christian Church where she selflessly served God.
In addition to her dear husband, she is survived by her three daughters, Ellen (Kevin) Dennison, Margaret Craig, and Susan (Doug) Meyer; her sister, Glenda (Don) Akers; 6 grandchildren, Cara (Jason) Groth, Alyssa (Andy) McSpadden, Allison (Josh) Craig, Justin (Lavinia) Craig, Matthew and Ashley Meyer; 7 great-grandchildren, Madelyn, Wilson, Caroline, Luke, Silas, Tyler, and Anna-Grace; and many nieces and nephews, all who mourn her passing.
Visitation will be Sat., Nov. 23 from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm followed by the service at 12:30 pm, Milward-Southland. Interment will be at Blue Grass Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Habitat for Humanity. www.milwardfuneral.com
Dear Margaret and family, You all are in my thoughts and prayers. With deepest sympathy. Love, Karen
Glenda Harrod Akerssays
My Sweet Sister....You gave me more love than anyone could imagine. I always introduced you as my "Little Big Sister" ! You were so happy when we could get together and had such memorable times. You not only gave me Sister Love, but even though we were only 10 years apart, you gave me Mother Love too. I will miss you so much, and will see you in Heaven.
So sorry for your loss. Prayers for my lovely neighbors the Groth Family. I know it’s a difficult time. You are all in my prayers and my heart.
Margie and Pete Blairsays
So sorry you have to go thru all of this. You and the kids are in our prayers.
Zoya O Tereshkovasays
Thinking of you, dear Margaret.
Margaret, I heard about your Mom, and wanted you to know I am thinking about you. Carline