Betty Jean Aldridge

Betty Aldridge, 85, of Spring Hill, KS passed away on February 8th, 2020. Betty was born on April 11th, 1934 in Kansas City, KS to Clyde and Rosie Campbell. As a young adult, Betty worked at National Beliss Hess as an order clerk. She went on to marry John Aldridge on August 17th, 1952 and has been married for 67 years. They lived in the Kansas City area for the majority of their life while raising seven children. Betty enjoyed painting, reading, music, dancing and loved babies. For a few years, she loved working at Jacobson’s Apple Orchard making apple pies. In her free time, she would love to cook and bake for her family. Betty was preceded in death by her parents; son, Jim Aldridge; son-in-law, Rick Houghton; one brother and one sister. She is survived by her husband, John Aldridge; children, Betty Houghton, Kathy (Tom) O’ Connor, Brian (Julie) Aldridge, Delora (Jeff) Overfield, Tracy (Tim) Schnagl, and Phillip Aldridge; 15 grandchildren; 38 great-grandchildren and 3 great-great-grandchildren.

Services

A visitation will be held at Amos Family Funeral Home, 10901 Johnson Drive, Shawnee, KS 66203 on Wednesday, Feb. 12th from 5-7 PM. A funeral service will immediately follow at 7 PM.

Contributions

Memorial donations in Betty’s name may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association.


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Posted in Kansas City Obituaries, Obituaries | on Monday, Feb. 10th 2020 | 9 Comments »

9 Comments on “Betty Jean Aldridge”

  1. Sandy Gustafson Says:

    I have known Betty most of my life. I was always at their home. She often said she felt like my second mom. I remember her baking those pies for the apple orchard she loved that job. She took pride in her home and in her children. She was always very kind to me and our family. I will miss her.

  2. Kent and Kristen Zahner Says:

    John and family,
    We are so sorry for your loss. Betty was a beautiful soul and I could just feel the love y’all shared. You have been such a good loving partner to Betty, I pray that your heart will heal and although I know you miss her she is finally free of pain and frustration. Much love! Let us know if there is anything you need as you move forward… Love, Kent and Kristen Zahner (and kids)

  3. Angela Beurskens Says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with you John

  4. Nancy Felix Says:

    Just thinking about Aunt Betty two weeks ago as I was posting photos of her, mom and Cecil on Ancestry. I was thinking how happy she would be to see her sister, brother and parents again. We will all be together again in that joyful reunion. Love you all.

  5. Mr. and Mrs Joel Aldridge Says:

    Although, we haven’t seen you in these past few years,we’ve enjoyed hearing daily how you are doing, and sweet Bettys journey. Joel and I are so thankful, she did not suffer in pain for long. Your marriage is a testament to how a marriage,full of love, is to be lived, and raising 7 kids. May you know peace and comfort from our Heavenly Father in the coming weeks. We love you John. Joel and Angela Aldridge.

  6. Brenda Spencer (formally O'Connor)impalab62 Says:

    Some of my best memories were the pool parties and barbecues at John and Betty’s. She was so generous and always treated us like we were family. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
    Brenda Spencer (formally Brenda O’Connor).

  7. Kevin Mykeloff Says:

    Praying for peace and comfort for you guys!

  8. Karen Aldridge Keath and families Says:

    Always enjoyed being around you two and the family. Due to conflicting appts I can’t attend the funeral. Wish I could have been there to say my goodbyes. Our children will remember her with fondness. Praying you all have the peace and comfort only the Savior can bring and that you are comforted by that influence. Love you John.

  9. Audrey Chubb Says:

    I am so sorry to hear about Aunt Betty. I hAve so many memories about her. My favorite was taco dinners with our fmilies. Best tacos ever. My prayers are with you Uncle John and all my cousins. May God bless you and be with you in this hour of grief. I know she is in heaven with my mom and dad talking about those tacos with dad’s home grown tomatoes on top.

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