Betty Louise Woolery Cobb died Tuesday July 15, in San Luis Obispo, California. She was born in Sapulpa, Oklahoma October 11, 1920, to Amanda Kansas Owen and Alva Richard Woolery.
She enjoyed many different activities during her 93 years of life. She played basketball and sang during her high school years. During her childrearing years she and her husband enjoyed bowling, square dancing, hunting and fishing and camping as a family.
She worked for a few years as an empty nester at the Emerson’s Western Auto Store and Blake’s Shoe Store in Evanston.
In retirement she enjoyed playing golf and visiting with the many family and friends who came to see her.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 61 years, Carl Edward Cobb; her parents, two brothers, two sisters and a grandson.
She is survived by brother, Gene Woolery (Peggy) of Bartlesville, Oklahoma; daughter Janice Cobb Wallwork (Mickey) of San Luis Obispo, California; son, Robert L. Cobb (Elaine) of Enterprise, Utah; eight grandchildren, 33 great-grandchildren and 23 great-great-grandchildren.
She was loved and respected by her family and friends. She will be buried in the Washington City Cemetery in Washington, Utah Oct.11, 2014.