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Betty J. Handlon

Born: Sun., Feb. 17, 1929
Died: Wed., Mar. 12, 2008

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Betty J. Handlon, 79 of Indianapolis passed away March 12, 2008. She was preceded in death by her husband, Jesse Handlon and sons, Michael, Charlie and Jesse Ray Handlon. She had worked as a waitress at Chiliburgers. She is survived by daughters, Dorthea Milburn, Roseanna Handlon, Dianna Handlon, Susan Wagner, Kimberley Fletcher; sons, David, Timothy, Shawn, and Forest Handlon; sisters, Julia Doss, Fern Rexene Compton, Louise Palmer, Stella Mae Hungerford; brothers, Charles and William Johnson; 25 grandchildren and 38 great grandchildren. Services are 1pm Monday, March 17, 2008 at the Usher Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Floral Park Cemetery. Friends may call from 11am until services at the funeral home.

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dianna handlon
   Posted Sat March 15, 2008
Love you and will miss you

kimberly fletcher
   Posted Sat March 15, 2008
mommy i pary that i can be as strong and caring as you.i love and miss you. love kim

shawn handlon
   Posted Sat March 15, 2008
mom was a queen the greatest person i ever knew she will always be in my heart and prayers and thought

duke evelyn jenny christian and lizzie
   Posted Sun March 16, 2008
Who were you loyal to? What were your passionate about? What did you believe in, Beyond a shadow of a doubt? Who were your teachers? Did you have one true friend? These are things worth knowing, When the long road ends... I look down at my children, And, they look up to me, Each day I pray for wisdom, To be the father I should be. When they grow up and move away, I hope they'll think of me as a friend, Then I will feel successful, When the long road ends. When the long road ends, we will rest for a while, I'll hold your hand, And we'll share a smile, Then we'll both look back, Over where we've been, We will have no regrets, when the long road ends. When you find somebody, To walk with you through life, You will laugh together, But, sometimes you will cry. When the storms of life come raging, Just hold each others hand, the sun will shine forever, When the long road ends... The sun wile shine on forever...... The memories made make sure the long Road never ends.............

Patrick O. Handlon
   Posted Sun March 16, 2008
Anyone want to do the Hokey Pokey? Grandma was all about kids and having fun so it should come as no surprise that she loved to see kids having fun. She used to do the Hokey Pokey with us when we visited her on weekends. I miss that, no one does the Hokey Pokey anymore...

   Posted Sun March 16, 2008
Grandma, I will always remember that you always had time to play with us kids.You loved doing the hokey pokey with us and telling us ghost stories which was my favorite. I want to thank you for raising such a wonderful son like my DAD. I hope that one day my children will think I was a blessing to them like your children do you. Love, Susella

   Posted Sun March 16, 2008
mommy i love you and miss so much and the kids miss you alot to they cry alot because they dont have you to take care of.you wasntpost to go so soon. love forever.susie scotty cody scott tabitha josh abbi matthew mayah tyler serenity justus dailah.

   Posted Sun March 16, 2008
i love you grandmaw betty and will miss you. love, jacob

   Posted Sun March 16, 2008
words cant say how i love you and miss you. you help raise me that made me the person i am love angel

katherine katie girl
   Posted Sun March 16, 2008
to a woman of joyfulness and strangth. she was full of love, she was strong willed and loved her family deeply. i never got a chance to say thank you for all she has done for me. so thank you for taking care of me and especially teaching me how to read. i know how it made you feel to know you done that for me. we had many memories together. i remember playing school and playing poker. we would always try to see who would win a t poker. one time we tried to play up to 3,000 points. we never found out who won, because we never never got to finish. i remember you singing to me and rocking me to sleep. i remember how we would always give each other bear hugs. those were always the best and i will always miss them. i know you was in alot of pain and you held on as long as you could but you are doing better now. this place will never be the same with out you. i will miss the close relationship we had. there will never be another grandmaw betty. I LOVE YOU AND WILL MISS YOU SOOO MUCH. *~* love you forever and always*~* katherine katie girl

   Posted Sun March 16, 2008
We love you and we'll miss you. Love, Candace, Devonn, and Danny

dorothea milburn
   Posted Sun March 16, 2008
Your love was strong. You gave more than you had. You always put us first and we will never forget you.We will love for ever and ever.I only hope to leave this earth with as much a half of what you have given all of us. I LOVE YOU AND I MISS YOU WITH ALL MY HEART. DOROTHEA

   Posted Mon March 17, 2008
You'll be in my heart forever grandma...

timothy o handlon
   Posted Tue March 18, 2008
You will be missed by my family and me. I will always remember all the good times and memories we shared.

Shane handlon
   Posted Tue July 28, 2009
we love u always

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