Betty Lee Spicer Lawrence
”1925 - 2012”

    Betty Lee Spicer Lawrence

    "Life of my life, Death’s bitter sword
    Hath severed us like a broken word,
    Rent us in twain who are but one
    Shall the flesh survive when the soul is gone?"
      Sarojini Naidu

      Betty Lee Spicer Lawrence
      84, of Destin, FL,
      formerly of Asheboro, NC, died Wednesday, March 28, 2012,
      at Destin Healthcare & Rehab Center in Destin, Florida.
      A native of Grove, OK, Mrs. Lawrence was born March 13, 1928.
      She was the daughter of the late Clem Hayden Spicer and Eula Vea Brown Spicer.
      She graduated from Grove High School in Grove, Oklahoma and attended
      A&M College (now OSU). She was the retired owner/operator of Lawrence Tropical Fish.
      Mrs. Lawrence was a member of Flag Springs United Methodist Church.
      She was preceded in death by her husband, James "J.L." Lester Lawrence
      and son, Charles Leroy Lawrence.
      Surveying are Sons, James "Jim" Raymond Lawrence of Marston, Gary Stephen Lawrence of Raleigh,
      six grandchildren; four great-grandchildren.
      A graveside service is scheduled for 2:00 pm Saturday, March 31, 2012,
      at Flag Springs United Methodist Church Cemetery with Rev. Barry Queen officiating.
      Spouse: James Lester Lawrence
      Burial: Flag Springs United Methodist Church Cemetery
      Asheboro, Randolph County, NC

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