Betty A. Tate
Funeral Date: 3/6/2017

Obituary:
Betty A. Tate age 85, of Warren, AR died Friday, March 3rd at the Chapel Woods Nursing Center. She was born July 1st, 1931 in Warren, AR a daughter of the late Buster Wiggins and Grace Ruth Kight Wiggins. She was a housewife, a homemaker and a member of Immanuel Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Marshall Wayne Sullivan, her second husband, Mack Forrest and a son Milton Dwayne Forrest. Betty loved to support the Warren Senior Center, where she was dedicated and active in volunteering. She spent many hours over the years visiting people in the nursing home where she gave of her time freely. Survivors include her husband Rupert Tate whom she married April 21st, 1996. A daughter Judy Sullivan Houston and spouse Roger, Rock Springs, AR. A brother Jimmy Wiggins, Warren, AR. A sister Patsy Weeks, Warren, AR. 3 grandchildren Christopher Mack Lovett, Angela Grace Edge and Desiree Leann McCowen. 6 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Funeral service was 10:00 AM, Monday, March 6th at Frazerís Chapel with Rev. Michael Stroh officiating. Linda Barrett was organist. Burial was in Adams Singer Cemetery by Frazerís Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were Randy Wiggins, Jason McCowen, Roger Houston, Marshall Sullivan, Jason Wiggins, Jim Wiggins, Jr., Christopher Lovett, and Scott Edge. Honorary pallbearers were Dr. Kerry Pennington, Dan Weeks, Dale Maxwell and Staff of Chapel Woods.

Options

Guestbook

Name: Keith & Teresa Thornton
Message: Judy and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. May God Bless and Grant You Peace

Name: Don & Linda Lynn
Message: have a lot of good memories of Betty and Mac at all the family gatherings in Odessa,Tx

Name: Patti and Donnie Bryant
Message:

Name: June West
Message: Judy, so sorry you lost Betty. We loved her very much.

Name: MARK HAYNES
Message: MAY OUR HEAVENLY FATHER GIVE YOU PEACE AND COMFORT AT THIS TIME. JUDY WHEN YOU NEED TO TALK, CALL ME.

Name: Marlene Elliott
Message: Judy and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Mrs. Betty was certainly a sweet lady.