We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Robert F. Mulcahy Funeral Home
Becker, Betty Louise, went to be with the Lord May 24, 2022, after a beautiful life of 71 years. Born March 1, 1951, the daughter of Charles and Alice Boyer. Preceded in death by parents; husband, “Woody”; son, Lonnie; brother, Lester. She is survived by daughters, Lanette (Charles) Rayman; Kaeliegh Becker; son, Timothy (Vicki) Becker; grandchildren, Olivia and Ava Rayman, Dayton and Annabella Becker, Landon Becker, April (Nathan) Frizzell, Timothy (Sheila) Becker Jr.; great grandchildren, Seth, Paige, Leo, and Timmy; Life partner, Robert McKenzie; brother, Russell (Debbie) Boyer; also survived by a number of nieces and nephews, including special niece Michelle Adomnik. Betty was a special woman, always kind to everyone and loved by so many. Family was her priority and her children were proud to call her mom. Her greatest treasures were her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Betty was well known for her ability to make any food taste excellent and for the way she made anyone in her house feel loved. It was always said that Betty’s green thumb could bring any dying plant back to life and her gardens were beautiful. Betty had a wonderful relationship with her Savior, Jesus Christ, and served faithfully at the Central City Christian Church. In her younger years, she was a youth group leader, Sunday school teacher, and V.B.S volunteer. Later in life, Betty was a constant joyful presence at her church, who loved to give hugs to everyone. After many years at the Cairnbrook Sewing Factory, she was employed at Arbutus as an activity aide in the Crossroads Unit. Once retired she spent her time enjoying her grandchildren. A Celebration of her life will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 4, at the Central City Christian Church, Pastor Randy Reynolds officiating.