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September 13, 1939 – Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Service Information
United Methodist Church in Buffalo
Saturday, November 22nd
11 a.m.

Visitation Information

Betty Jean Powers, Age 69, of Sheldon ND, formerly of Buffalo, MN, passed away on Wednesday, November 19, 2008 at Mary Hill Manor in Enderlin ND. She was born on September 13, 1939 in Delano, the daughter of Leland & Reva Pool Sutton and a sister to Marion Sutton, Ruth Bauman and Leona Clark. Betty was formerly employed at the Minneapolis Post office. She was a faithful member of the Buffalo United Methodist Church in Buffalo, MN. Where she belonged to a Christian Women’s Group and loved to travel. Survived by husband, Vincent E. Powers, of Enderlin, ND; children, Mark (Marcell) Warren, of Willernie, Deb (Chuck) Van Sloun of Chaska, Bob (Lisa) Warren of Harrisonburg, VA, Pat (Dan) Mohs of St. Charles, Ella (Ken) Arneson of Clearwater, Sally (Mike) Sandry of Lafayette, IN, Ken (Chris) Warren of Roseville, and Marie Batson of Des Moines, IA; numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren; sisters, Ruth (Fran) Bauman of Delano and Leona (Danny) Clark of Sheldon ND; other relatives and friends. Preceded in death by her parents, Leland and Reva Sutton, and by an infant sister Marion Sutton. Funeral Service for Betty Powers will be held on Saturday November 22, 2008 at 11:00 AM at the Buffalo United Methodist Church, Buffalo. Visitation 9:30 AM until the time of service. Pastor Jef Olson officiating. Interment following in Lewis Cemetery, Maple Plain. Casket bearers are her grandsons, Chad Ingersoll, Mitch Ingersoll, Josh Mohs, Trevor Mohs, Anton Arneson, Nat Arneson, Dakota Warren, and Connor Sandry.

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  1. Carol and Jim Baumann

    We are so sorry for the loss of Betty. She was one great neighbor and we loved her dearly. She will be missed by us both. We had so many good times together. Many times she would come over and we would drink coffee and such together. We shared some fond memories together then. I remember the help she gave me when it came time to decorate our Chrismas tree. And other times just chatting with her across the fence. She was one great lady. We are so thankful that she is now in a better place and can walk “the streets of gold” with her own mom.


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