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Betty Jean BellarBELLAR, Betty Jean, age 79, of West Alexandria, OH. went to be with her Lord on Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017. She was born in Lancing, TN. on Oct. 17, 1938 to Glendon and Pearl (Waites) Dodson. She was a faithful member of West Alexandria Pentecostal Church. She was known for her love of baking delicious pies, singing and songwriting. She is survived by her loving family, Sherri Lowe, Richmond, IN., Byron Bellar, West Alexandria, OH., Scott (Mary) Bellar, Springboro, OH., Tracy Spence, Liberty, IN., LouAnn (Randall) Kassens, Liberty, IN., 10 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren, siblings, Marilyn Sue Steinhauser, Eaton, OH., Jimmy Dodson and Gary Dodson, both of TN., Mary Wells and Dale Dodson, both of VA., aunt, Irene (Tom) Gulick, Williamstown, KY., several in-laws, nieces and nephews, and her special church family, especially Brother Wilmer Mitchell and his wife, Pauline. She was preceded in death by her husband, Thomas Bellar, daughter, Denise Bellar, grandson, Geoffrey Bellar, great grandson, James Kassens and a brother David Dodson. Visitation for Betty will be held 10:00 A.M. until noon on Wed. Oct. 25, 2017 at West Alexandria Pentecostal Church, 70 Woodard Ave. West Alexandria, OH. There will be a private family church service later. Memorial donations may be made to West Alexandria Pentecostal Church. Lindloff-Zimmerman Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. For condolences: www.lindloffzimmerman.com
We were so sorry to hear about Aunt Betty's passing. But we know that she is dearly loved and has gone home to be with King Jesus. I will miss her sweet smile and her beautiful eyes, which always reminded me of Dad's. We are sorry that we couldn't be there to honor her, but Betty and the rest of the family is in our thoughts and prayers. Love y'all! From Mike, Jovan, Bayleigh, and Baby Cassidy.
Jovan Holden Oct 25 2017 12:00 AM
To the family of Betty Bellar. I am so very sorry to know that Betty has passed away. You have lost a wonderful lady. I know only a few of Betty's children but LouAnn is the one I know the best. One thing that I will always remember about Betty is her outstanding pie making skills. She once made a strawberry/rhubarb pie just for me and brought it to me at the Union County Foundation office where LouAnn and I worked together at that time. It was so good that I ate about half of it right there at my desk.
I hope that all of Betty's family will remember one thing --- "Nothing Loved is Ever Lost", so keep all the wonderful memories of her in your heart and she will be with you forever. God Bless all of you. John Liming
John Liming Oct 23 2017 12:00 AM