Betty Rabon Windham
January 17, 1943 - October 17, 2021
Betty Rabon Windham, 78 of Thomasville, stepped into eternity on Sunday, October 17, 2021. Betty was born January 17, 1943, to William and Euther Rabon in Conway, South Carolina. Betty loved Jesus with all her heart and was committed to her faith and living as an example of Christ love for us. Her greatest love on earth was her family. She and her husband, Richard, married in 1963 and made their home on Holly Hill Road one of joy, love, and RULES. She taught her children and grands to always give to others first. It was important to her for anyone who came to visit or to live there to hear the gospel, feel his love through her hands and to know they mattered. Betty spent 54 years as an LPN in the Thomasville area and was considered by anyone that knew her, one of the best. She was always attentive and determined and went above and beyond the call of duty. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her son, Richard "Richie" William Windham, Jr.; brothers, Eldon Rabon, Bobby Rabon; sister, Zonnie Martin. Left to cherish her memory and carry on the legacy she left is her husband, Richard William Windham, Sr.; daughters, Ginny Smith and her husband Dr. Elven Smith, III, Kim Miller and husband Randy Miller; grandchildren, Amy Windham, Brooke O'Connor, Ashlee Graves (T.J.), Anthony Windham, Baylee Miller; great grandchildren, Alexis Gibbons, Ashton Graves, Shalee Graves, Bella Chambers, Gabe Walkup, Oliver Walkup; great great grandchildren, Keedyn Gibbons and one on the way; brothers, Richard Rabon (Dalma), Wade Rabon (Suzanne), Joe Rabon (Dianne), Michael Rabon (Regina); sisters, Annie Lois Pollard, Lynnette Buffkin (Tony), Margaret Thorton (Dean), numerous nieces and nephews. Services are scheduled at Hilltop Baptist Church, 160 Gate Drive, Thomasville, NC. The family will greet friends and family on Thursday, October 21, 2021, from 6-8 pm, funeral service will be Friday, October 22, 2021, at 3 pm, officiated by Doctor William A. Seawell, Jr., Pastor, with burial to follow at the church cemetery. Friends and family can call on the Windham family at the home of Kim Miller, 1021 Georgia Avenue, Thomasville. The family would like to thank the staff of Thomasville Medical Center and Forsyth Medical Center for their compassion and exceptional care given to Betty while in their care.
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