300 South Avenue M

Olney. TX 76374

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Betty Duncan
October 24, 1932 - December 22, 2020

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Dickinson, TX

Absolutely wonderful friend and sister in the Lord. Truly the Proverbs 31 woman. So glad I will be with her again someday. Love to the family and my prayers. Carolyn (Mrs LP) Spencer
Sunday, December 27, 2020


marti & Steve Casler

Graham, TX

You will now get to see Fred and now beat him at bowling,, Rest in peace dear friend..
Saturday, December 26, 2020


Steven L Palmer

Fort Myers, FL

I wish I could have spent more time with my grandmother and actually witness greatness.

Her legacy has produced a generation of women that set the standard of following God, standing for family, loving your country, and compassion. She had four daughters that followed her lead and carried on the belief in hope.

I speak from the Holland perspective of Betty’s life. You may know her as Betty Duncan, I knew her as Aunt Betty from her other clan.

Betty being the baby of the family she had four mentors in which she embraced the traits that made her great.

Grandma – The matriarch. Godly. Responsible, demanding, loving, caring.

Geneva – The oldest. Stoic. Sensitive. Successful. A stickler for order.

Opal – Loving. Family oriented, Godly. Full of laughter.

Martha – Smart. Funny. Godly. Again, family oriented. Though challenged with Polio from a young age, a warrior with dignity. Always with a smile.

The traits of the Holland clan, Betty was the encapsulation of those attributes. She was a beacon of hope. Full of life. Most importantly a believer. Always a smile, Always warm. Always welcoming. ALWAYS loving. Always forgiving. Non-judgmental. She displayed the best traits of her sisters and her mother.

The common thread was her relationship with God. I have full confidence she is setting around the foot of God’s throne visiting with sisters laughing and laughing and just carrying on. Glad to have made it through the turmoil and chaos we are living in today.

We could use a matriarch like grandma that could produce such good women. We have lost the Holland sister’s contribution, but live with the knowledge they set the example for years to come. Betty helped fulfill that matriarch role to the end.

I’m not sad for her, just for us for losing a great one. She deserves peace. She won the battle.

I still wish I had more time to spend with my Grandmother. She must have been one heck of a mentor.

Saturday, December 26, 2020


Bill and Cristi Little

Olney, TX

We loved Ms. Betty! We always enjoyed seeing her at church because she always greeted everyone with a smile. She will be missed here, but we know we will see her again one day. Prayers for you all.
Thursday, December 24, 2020


Patrick Evans

Sachse, TX

So sorry for your loss. She was a special and elegant lady. Meant the world to me.


Wednesday, December 23, 2020


Kathy Woodall


I always enjoyed Betty. Prayers and Love for her family.
Wednesday, December 23, 2020


Linda Wade

Olney, TX

Betty was such a sweet lady. Iknow she will be missed by everyone. Thinking of each family at this difficult time. In Christ Love Linda Wade
Wednesday, December 23, 2020


Tracy Wales

Olney, TX

Miss Betty......Such a great lady of faith and just a very sweet person. I loved singing in the choir with her and going to church together. I don't think there is a thing in this world she would not have done for you if you asked. I missed her when she left Olney and now I know your whole family will miss her greatly. Be encouraged that we will get to see her again some day soon. It's hard to say so long for now, but we do have this great hope and promise from Jesus and you better believe that she knew that with all her heart! Love yall, Tracy
Wednesday, December 23, 2020


Yevonne Perry

Olney, TX

So sorry to hear about Betty! She was a very special lady! Prayers for her family!
Wednesday, December 23, 2020