Betty Jo Traylor

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Funeral services for Betty Jo Traylor, 81, of Winnsboro, formerly of Hughes Springs, will be at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 31 at Reeder-Davis Chapel in Hughes Springs with the Rev. Charles Ethridge officiating. Burial will follow in Hughes Springs Cemetery under the direction of Reeder-Davis Funeral Home, Inc. Mrs. Traylor will lie in state Saturday afternoon and evening, and the family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home in Hughes Springs. She died Thursday, May 28 in Winnsboro. Mrs. Traylor was born Feb. 13, 1928 in Burkburnett. She was a Baptist, she taught Sunday School, she was a Girl Scout leader, and a housewife. She was a very good mother and grandmother. She is survived by one son and daughter in law Dr. Norman and Deborah Traylor of Beaumont; one daughter and son-in-law Nan and Dave Saucier of Winnsboro; one sister and brother-in-law Jean and Richard Lea of Orange; five grandchildren Billy Saucier and Cody Saucier of Winnsboro; Scott Traylor, Kimberlee Galvan and Christopher Traylor, all of Beaumont and ten great-grandchildren five nephews Jay Berry of Dallas, Bill Berry of Austin, Matt Berry of Austin, Billy Mike Traylor of Gilmer and Randy Traylor of Hughes Springs; one niece Breatte Lea of Austin; three first cousins Alison Middleton of Hallsville, Bob Reynolds of Henderson, Dorothy Cain of Quitman . Memorials may be made to: Hughes Springs Area Foundation and Rainwater Fund at First Baptist Church of Hughes Springs. Mrs. Traylor was preceded in death by her husband Billy. Online condolences can be made to

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  1. We both loved Betty very much. May God's love and the many good memories you have of Betty give you comfort at this time.

  2. We are sad to see Betty go, but we know she and Billy are reunited in heaven. They were a very wonderful couple and we loved them.Bill & Carol ParrymoreLouis & Mary Beth Evans

  3. She was many things to many people but was always your mother and friend. May God guide you through this trying time.Linda Stansell

  4. Nan, I am truly very sorry about your loss. I remember your mom's Sunday School lessons and she will forever be a part of my Christian foundation. I know she is resting peacefully with Jesus. My prayers are with you in this time because it is so difficult to loose those we love. Love, Sue

  5. We want all of you to know that our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May you feel the presence of the Lord as you walk through this valley. We will always cherish our times with your loved ones…we knew as Mr. Billy and Friend Wife.

  6. We are so sorry for your lose. We loved having your Mom & Dad as neighbors for so many years. They were truly dear people. Both of them will be greatly missed. Love to all of your family. The Rorex Family

  7. To the Traylor Family,My deepest sympathy. My parents Red and MaeNon Martin thought a lot of Billy and Betty.

  8. Nan, I am so sorry about the loss of your mom. She was such a nice lady. I never saw her without a great big smile. She touched many peoples lived.May God bless you and your family.Sissy Anderson-Miller

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