Betty Wideman-Highley Obituary, Death- Betty Lea Wideman-Highley lived in Saint Peters, Missouri, until she passed away at the age of 73. On June 21, 2023, she passed away in Chesterfield, Missouri, United States. She was born on November 28th, 1949 in the city of Washington, Missouri, and her parents were Clifford E. Jones and Dorothy M. Donohew. She was the only child in her family.
Betty worked as the head cook at Crystal Donut Shop for many years until she decided to take an early retirement. Despite the fact that she enjoyed activities such as dancing, bingo, karaoke, and playing cards, she considered it to be of the utmost importance to spend time with her family and friends. Those who are still alive today include her children, Bob (Anna) Wideman of DeSoto, MO, Donald Wideman of Park Hills, MO, and Raymond Wideman of Festus, MO; her daughters, Angela (Robert) Spearman of Saint Peters, MO, Christina (Joseph) Modica of Saint Louis, MO, and Kimberly (Sean) Moebes of French Village, MO; and a total of 12 grandchildren.
Clifford E. Jones, Betty’s father, Dorothy M. Donohew, her mother, and Donald R. Wideman, the man she treasured beyond all others in the world, all went away before to Betty’s passing. Betty was the only survivor of her immediate family. Friends and family are welcome to stop by the Mahn Funeral Home in De Soto, Missouri on Tuesday, June 27, 2023 between the hours of 11:00 am and 1:00 pm to pay their respects.
Funeral services will be held at Man Funeral Home’s DeSoto Chapel on June 27, 2023 at 1:00 pm, and Pastor Ryan Sutton will preside over the event. The date and time of the services have not been determined.
St. Stephens Cemetery, which is located in Richwoods, Missouri, is going to be the site of the future interment.
Donations can be sent to the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance, which is situated at 14 Pennsylvania Plaza, Suite 2110, New York, New York 10122; they can be made by phoning (212) 268-1002 or visiting their physical location.
At this moment, the arrangements are being handled by the Mahn Funeral Home in DeSoto, which is located in the state of Missouri.