Betty M. Mayberry – 60


Leaf River – Betty Maxine Mayberry (60) passed away peacefully, surrounded by her loved ones, on March 10, 2018, at Serenity House in Oregon. She was born to Francis and Carol Bral (Druien), on October 25, 1957, in Princeton, IL. She is survived by her husband Richard Mayberry, son Daniel (Pearl) Mayberry, daughters Christina Mayberry, Mary (Chad) Reuter, Tiffany (Grant) Lawson, step-daughter Rebecca (Brad) Cottle, family friend Phillip (Lindsay) Reuter, father Francis Bral, brother Paul (JoAnn) Bral, sisters Tina Bral, Barb (Mel) Peterson, grandchildren Jasmine and Skyler Engle, Kaitlyn Barnhardt, Arianna Kissick, step-grandchildren RobbieLee, Kalib, Addison, and Braxton. She is preceded in death by her mother Carol Bral, sister Sharon Engle, and brother Phillip Bral. Betty was a loving wife, daughter, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend. She loved spending time with her family and had an avid love for gardening, birds, and anything outdoors. A Celebration of Life will be held March 31, 2018 from 3pm – 5pm at the Bertolet Building in Leaf River. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Serenity House in Oregon. A special thanks to the amazing staff at Serenity House Hospice.

5 thoughts on “Betty M. Mayberry – 60”

  1. I send my deepest heart felt condolences to the ENTIRE BRAL & MAYBERRY family’s LOVE YOU ALWAYS CRYSTAL ZELL
    Betty was a dear, fun loving, and loyal friend just numb

  2. So sorry to hear about Betty’s passing. She was a loving large presence in her family and will be truly missed. Prayers for the family. RIP Betty.

  3. In such a small community we never forget the people we grew up with. I moved away but that only means that Betty will be forever young to me. I hope you can all find comfort and peace in knowing that now she is now forever young, forever healthy, forever watching over over you.
    Blessed be.

  4. In such a small community we never forget the people we grew up with. I moved away but that only means that Betty will be forever young to me. I hope you can all find comfort and peace in knowing that she is now forever young, forever healthy, forever watching over over you.
    Blessed be.

  5. So sorry Richard and family. There are so many good memories from bowling and get togethers. Will remember her as a great friend with a loving BIG heart. Please accept our condolences, hugs, LOVE and friendship. Wes sends his LOVE also.

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