Betty Corgey

Betty Louise Corgey, 90, of Edge, passed away Sunday February 21, 2016. Her family will receive friends during a visitation from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m., Tuesday, February 23, at Central Church of Christ at 1600 E. 29th St. in Bryan. She will be honored during a graveside ceremony beginning at 11 a.m. Wednesday, February 24, at New Church Cemetery in the Edge Community, with Bob Wolfert officiating. Funeral services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home and Crematory.

Betty was born September 2, 1925, in Topeka, Kansas, to George and Grace Fountain. She was a longtime civil service worker and member at the Edge Church of Christ. She was an avid gardener, always working in her flower garden and watching the birds. When she wasn’t gardening she enjoyed bicycling, but she especially loved spending time with her grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her loving husband, William Corgey Sr; her parents; her brother Kenneth Fountain; and her sister Emily Randel.

Survivors include her sons, William Corgey Jr and wife Kate, Bart Corgey and wife Linda; daughters, Bonnie Harrison, Beverly Norman, Bobette Smith; seventeen grandchildren; twenty-eight great grandchildren; one great-great grandchild; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Serving as pallbearers will be grandsons; Chris Harrison, Timothy Seay, William Corgey III, Larry Lombardo, Michael Corgey, John Corgey, and Arthur Corgey.

In lieu of flowers, Betty asked for donations to Fosters Home at PO Box 978, Stephenville, TX or Arms of Hope at 21300 SH 16 N, Median, TX 78055.

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  1. I am so sorry for your loss of Ms. Betty. She was a wonderful woman and God saw her struggling and took her home. We know that Mr. Bill was waiting on her at the gates, so she would not be alone. They are now together and smiling down on all of you. She will never be forgotten and neither will Mr. Bill.

  2. She will be deeply missed, I cared for her as my own grandmother. I love y’all and if there is anything I can do please say the word.

  3. Granny,
    It has been with great pleasure to have had the years I did getting to know you. I will forever remember all the many life lessons we talked about. I will remember all the words of wisdom you shared, and the light you had radiating off of you. Your heart and love for Jesus and others will be shared and passed on. Thank you Jesus for Granny. I know she’s home and peaceful; let all those who love her feel the warmth of her heavenly light shining over them. Smiling with Grandpa in heaven. Till we see each other again, fly high Granny! Love you always and forever

  4. To: Bill, Bonnie, Beverly, Bart and Bobbete. Will remember your mom with fond memories. Rest in peace Aunt Betty

  5. I was so sorry to here about your mom, she was a sweet lady who always treated me well when I was in her home. I know she will be missed. We are all better for having known her.

  6. I am so very sorry for your families loss. My childhood is filled with memories of Punk and Betty at the Edge Church of Christ and Community Center. My grandparents were Roy and Tince Elliott and I spent as much time as I could in Edge.

  7. We were so sorry to hear about your mom’s passing, but we know she is rejoicing to be home with God. We admired Betty’s kind and gentle spirit even when she experienced hard times. Her beautiful singing voice at church is a favorite memory of ours. We know she and your dad loved their family and the Lord. Praying for peace and comfort for you all.

  8. We were so sorry to hear of Betty’s passing, but we know she is rejoicing to be home with the Lord. She was such a sweet, kind lady with a gentle spirit, even during hard times. One favorite memory is her beautiful singing voice at the Edge Church of Christ. Our thoughts and prayers for peace and comfort are with you all.