Mrs. Betty Puckett of Bogata

puckettbettyMrs.  Betty Puckett age 94 of Bogata died Tuesday August 18, 2015 at her residence.

Funeral services will be 11 am Friday August 21 in Bogata United Methodist Church. The Eastern Star funeral honors will be held at the church. Burial will be in Bogata Cemetery under direction of Wood Funeral Home. The family will receive friends one hour prior to services at the church Fellowship Hall.

Mrs. Puckett was born Feb 18, 1921 in Happy Texas the daughter of Albert Arnold and Mary Harris Clark. She graduated from Happy Texas High School and Texas Tech University in Lubbock. She taught Home Economics at Corpus Christi for over 25 years retiring in 1981. She was an active member of Bogata United Methodist Church and Deport Order of Eastern Star #1045.She was also an accomplished artist.

She is survived by her 3 daughters, Elizabeth Ann Hopkins and husband Tommy of Las Lunas, New Mexico, Lucinda Puckett of Albuquerque, New Mexico and Margaret Guinn Smith and husband Steve of Bogata, two brothers Barry G Clark of Socorro, New Mexico and W.H. (Bill) Clark of Salt Lake City, Utah, four grandchildren, Kate Ho- Gland, Jason Trowbridge, Dustin Smith and Jeffrey Smith

The family request memorials be made to Bogata Cemetery Association or Bogata United Methodist Church

Online condolences may be made to woodfuneralhomes.com

 

  1. Condolences to Aunt Betty and Uncle Jeff’s
    family and friends. I especially remember
    having fun together camping in Colorado
    when we were kids.

    Arnie

  2. Liz Ramirez-Valdez says:

    My deepest condolences Lucinda on your Mother’s passing. May your wonderful memories of her help you to find peace and comfort in the difficult days ahead.

  3. Trudy says:

    I feel fortunate that Aunt Betty gave me one of her hand painted plates and so enjoy it. Beautiful flowers, clearly she had an artist’s touch.

    I have a memory of her talking about trying to learn from her students how to make fresh tortillas. As I remember mom telling it quite often maybe that is why I remember the story. But the voice and laughter in my memory is Aunt Betty’s. “They said you just pat it Ike this and then pat it like that and there you have it! So I patted it like this and patted it like that…and it was awful!”.

  4. Theresa Chavez says:

    Lucinda,

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your sisters.

    Theresa Chavez

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