Who was known as Betty Born May 1, 1946 in Philadelphia. Born to the late Anni Bell Robinson and Samuel Roberson. Betty was the baby girl of the family out of 2 sisters. Betty grew up in Philly where she graduated from Germain Town High School. Betty later married and had her First-Born Chance S. Davis, not to long afterwards Betty decided to end the marriage and move to Chicago Illinois to pursue a career in Home Making Design at Harold Washington College.
Living in Chicago Betty met Jerome J. Davis and soon was married. To this union two kids were born. Betty enjoyed raising her kids and taking care of home while her husband provided for the family. Betty was a lifelong member at St. Luke Church of God in Christ where she made sure her family
attended as well Betty also love taking her family to visit her home town of Philadelphia every year. Family was everything to her.
Betty was a big advocate for the community and believed in self health, in which she started teaching exercise classes at the Chicago Park District, Sewingl Making clothes, Cooking and mentoring the women in the community to get involved in self care. Betty also enjoyed Running and of course Riding her bike which brought her so much freedom for life.
Betty was known as the Bike Riding Queen to many and would encourage many to invest in getting a bike. Betty would ride her bike about 30miles each way to work and would start at 3:30am to make to work at 5:30am. Betty was a true Signature Bike Riding Woman like no other.
Betty worked at the East Bank Clubs for over 38 years, she was well loved by many members and co-workers at the club in which one co-worker, Alice Orme became her lifelong Sister. Betty loved spending time with her grandchildren in which she cherished every moment, her kids and grandkids were her world. She also enjoyed reading her books and sitting at the park enjoying the Sun.
There was never a dull moment with Betty, so full 0f laughter and life to the bitter end. Her most famous words was II Bless you "Ok you can leave now" or "Get out .... time to go, you have over stayed your welcome" with a smile and always Classy.
Betty leaves to Cherish her memories, Two Sisters: Pricilla Reed of Philadelphia, Alice Orme of Chicago, Two Children: Dechiannbersil Davis, Pierrlauisam Davis, Five Grandchildren: LaPonce, Little Lasam, Joshua, Damarcus, Kalan. Nephews: Amin, Duane, Corey, Bobbie. Niece: Brandi and
a host of extended Nieces, Nephews, Sister in-laws, and Cousins.
One Son: Chance Davis, Mother and Father. Annie & Sam Robinson, One sister. Delores Duarterman, preceded Betty, in death please keep the family in your prayers.
Arrangements entrusted to Thompson Funeral & Cremation Services, Inc. Mr. Philip L. Gillette ~ Funeral Director
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