1945 Betty 2018

Betty Jo Rooks

May 6, 1945 — December 19, 2018

Betty Jo (Chambers) Rooks was 73 when she went to be with the Lord on Dec.19, 2018 from her home in Prue, Oklahoma. Betty was born, the youngest of four daughters, to Virgie Lee (Burnett) and Robert Earl Chambers in National City, California on May 6th, 1945. She was the wife of fifty years to Alfred "Al" Junior Rooks. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, sister, Rose Lee Varnelle, daughter Sharon, and great grandson Malachi Clark.

She is survived by her daughter Pamela (Rooks) and husband Mark Clark of Claremore, her son Rodney and wife Brenda (Todd) Rooks of Sapulpa, her sisters Don Etta Barker, Earlene Riddle, and her friend and companion James Cloud. She is also survived by her grandchildren: Mark Clark II and wife Emily, Hannah (Clark) Orth and husband Greg, Rebekah (Clark) Cheary and husband Nathan, Levi Clark and wife Faith, Seth Clark, Paul Clark, Taylor (Rooks) Hoey and husband Kyle, and Hunter Rooks and wife Jacie. She has eight great grandchildren: Kelton Gozzard, Micaiah Clark, Adalyn Orth, Arial Clark, Nolan Orth, Luke Clark, Gracelynn Cheary, and Holden Hoey.

Betty worked tirelessly beside her husband in their painting business while raising their two children. She loved getting dolled up, setting by a fire-pit, spending time with family, camping, fishing, traveling, and having a good time.

She was always a source of energy and joy to all those around her. She will forever be fixed in our minds, wearing a smile. Betty will be greatly missed by her family and friends.

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Saturday, December 22, 2018

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