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Betty Ray Everett

January 12, 1935 November 28, 2016
Betty Ray Everett
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Betty Ray Everett, of Hilda, SC passed away on November 28, 2016 in Augusta, GA. The family will be pleased to receive guests at Mole Funeral Home, 9399 Patterson Street, Barnwell, SC on Wednesday November 30, 2016 from 6-8PM. Funeral services will be held at Salem United Methodist Church in Hilda, SC on Thursday, December 1, 2016 at 2:30PM with Dr. Stephen Burnette and Reverend Patricia Dangerfield officiating. Burial will follow at the Salem United Methodist Church cemetery. Betty was born in Olar, SC to William "Bud" and Mildred Ray on January 13, 1935. She went to high school at Denmark-Olar and graduated in 1952. Betty worked and lived in many parts of the US and had many remarkable accomplishments including being the first female member of the GA Fire Chiefs Association. She was very interested in agriculture and operated a commercial greenhouse business. She worked for the Ness Motley Law Firm as the Payroll Administrator for many years and retired as the Hilda Town Clerk in 2015. Betty was an active member of Salem United Methodist Church and involved in many community activities. She loved to cook and entertain and was well known for her generosity to others. Betty is preceded in death by her husband Kenneth and her brother John "Bubba" Ray. She is survived by four sisters, Sally Ann Weeks of Hilda, SC; Martha Creech of Blackville, SC; Virginia Morris of Hilda, SC; and Julia Hunter of Olar, SC. She is also survived by three brothers, Pat Ray of Barnwell, SC; Shannon Ray of Govan, SC; and Harry Ray of Hilda, SC. Betty continues to be survived by her daughter Beth Fenn of Barnwell, SC, son Jacque Ussery of Blackville, SC, grandchildren Perry Everett, Ken Everett, Heather Pace, Katie Waers, and Jason Ussery and her six great grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Salem United Methodist Church. Condolences may be left in Betty's online guestbook at
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