Betty Joyce Ann Romero

January 10, 1935 ~ September 10, 2012

Betty Romero, 77 of Sulphur passed away on September 10, 2012 at Cornerstone Hospital in Sulphur. Funeral services will be held on Thursday. September 13, 2012 at 11:30 a.m. at Sulphur United Pentecostal Church with Rev. O L Gunter officiating. Burial will be in Mimosa Pines Cemetery in Carlyss under the direction of Robison Funeral Home. The family will receive friends from 3-9 p.m. at Robison Funeral Home on Wednesday, September 12, 2012 and will resume on Thursday, at the church at 9 a.m. until time of service. Betty was a native of Port Arthur and a long-time resident of Sulphur. For many years she and her husband owned and operated Sulphur Farmers Market and she later worked as the hostess at Cracker Barrel. Betty was affectionately known to all as Miss Betty . She was a member of Sulphur United Pentecostal Church. Betty is survived by her four sons, Ray Romero Jr. and wife, Debra of Nederland, TX, Calvin Romero and Michael Romero and wife, Angie all of Sulphur; and Fonda Morris and wife, Evelyn of Bridge City, TX; two sisters, Gloria Scherer and husband, Warren of Channelview, TX and Theresa Bourque of Angleton TX ; two brothers, Louis Wukasch of Sulphur and Sonny Wukasch and wife, Oogie of Channelview, TX; nine grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by the love of her life Ray Romero Sr.; and a sister, Doris Williams.

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  1. Ms Betty you are so much at home with our Lord and where a awesome lady especially when we got to talk with you at cracker barrels,but we used to live just behind the fruit stand .My many many pryers are with you and the family.God please except Sister Betty into your home,where someday I will get to see you again.

  2. Dear Family, "Praise the Lord" as Aunt Betty would say. I can just hear her so clearly and see that wonderful smile she always sported. No more pain and no more suffering for her as she walks those streets of gold. I know that it will be so hard to celabrate her long waited trip home, and while there is no greater pain than the loss of your Mother. Just know that you are all thought of often in your time of need and that we are thinking and praying for God to give you all the streanth to move forward from this loss. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to comfort you in your time of need. Love You All Very Much, Doris & David Preuss

  3. Our sincere Condolences to the Romero family. Miss Betty, was the sweetest of people, GOD ever put in our pathway of life. I'm a Veteran, and she told me on every occasion, "You know I appreciate You". Miss Betty, our family appreciated you, and our trips to Cracker Barrel will NOT be the same, for some time to come. However, we will always recall your advice, (which is good for ALL Humanity, "Watch your step"). GOD BLESS

  4. You were unwavering in your devotion to the Lord. I will miss seeing your smile and sweet words that you always gave when I saw you. I know you are in Heaven with Jesus. So my sadness that you are gone is replaced with a smile, because I know you are smiling ear to ear…for eternity

  5. My most heartfelt sympathy to my cousins for their loss. I know she will be missed greatly by everyone! My love and prayers are with you all. I love my Aunt Betty very much. When I think of her, I think of the smile she always had on her face. She always showed God's love. I'll never forget that about her. And I will never forget her saying "Well Praise The Lord". My love to you all!

  6. Dear Family & Friends,Though I am not physically there, know that I Love you very much and you are all in my prayers.I Loved Aunt Betty very much and She Loved me too!We have all experienced the Awesome kind of love that she showed to everyone she knew.Everyone was loved and everyone was family to her.I know we all have many wonderful times that we all shared with her and we will miss her smiles,her laughter, her great wisdom,and her great cooking.I could talk all day about the good times but we all know that the greatest thing that Aunt Betty ever shared with us was The Great Love Of God That Lived Within Her Heart Each And Every Day Of Her Life.She Loved God!She Loved Jesus!She Loved The Holy Spirit!And God Blessed Her &Us.Remember Always God Loves You !

  7. I have many wonderful memories of Mrs. Betty. I always enjoyed visiting the Farmers Market not only for the fresh produce but to see her. She always made me feel special even though I was just a child at the time. Later I looked forward to seeing her when I visited my parents in Sulphur, frequently asking to go to Cracker Barrel again so I could see her. When I think of her, I think of her as the epitome of the Proverbs 31 woman. She was truly a blessing to all her knew her!

  8. I worked with Mrs. Betty for five years at Cracker Barrel. She was always so sweet, and always had a smile on her face.-even when she had a black eye from an accident involving a two-by-four. She could find happiness in almost any situation. She will be greatly missed.

  9. I have had the pleasure of working with Miss Betty at Cracker Barrel for the past year and a half. She will be missed by all of us, but I know she will be watching us from heaven!!

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