Betty Haskell Obituary

Betty Haskell Obituary, Betty Haskell Has Passed Away – Death Cause

Betty Haskell Obituary, Death – Betty Jo (Coble) Haskell passed away in a serene and beautiful manner on Sunday, April 2, 2023 at Franklin Manor in Winchester, Tennessee. She had been battling an illness for a considerable amount of time prior to her passing. On June 8, 1937, her mother, Ruby Elizabeth (Merryman), and her father, Raymond David Coble, were her parents. Her birthday is June 8. She was born in the quaint community of Penile Hill (Decherd), which is located in Franklin County in the state of Tennessee.

Her former husband and close friend, Frank Haskell Jr., along with her parents and her brother William (Billy) Franklin Coble, all passed away before she did. She is survived by her two daughters, Susan, who is married to Terry Hayes, and Marjorie, who is married to Robert Gore; six grandchildren, Jeremy, Joel (married to Elizabeth), Tess, Naomi (married to Don Poe), Jacob (married to Frances), and Jesse (married to Kimmie); three great-grandchildren, Hannah Hayes, Kelsie Lucchesi, and Finley Hayes.

Before she went back to school and earned her Master of Science degree in Childhood Nutrition, she spent a substantial number of years working at Mary Sharp School. This was before she enrolled in college. She graduated from Franklin County High School in 1955 and was a member of the class. After working as the Director of Nutrition in Franklin County, she moved to Georgia and began working for the state of Georgia. From the time she arrived in Georgia until she retired in the year 2002.

She was in charge of evaluating the meal plans that were utilized in Head Start Day Care centers across the state. Throughout her whole life, she maintained a strong commitment to both the Franklin County Family and Community Education (FCE) program and the 4-H organization. Her deepest interest lay in needlework in general, and quilting in particular. She took great pleasure in displaying her works of art at craft fairs and quilting competitions.

Such as Quilting on the Mountain, because these occasions gave her the opportunity to brag about her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She also took great pride in the fact that she was able to pass on her quilting skills to future generations. On Tuesday, April 4, 2023, the Moore-Cortner Funeral Home in Winchester will be open for visitors from five in the afternoon until eight in the evening. A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, April 5, 2023 at 1:00 pm in the Chapel of Moore-Cortner Funeral Home.