Mrs. Betty Theresa Bramblett, age 89 of Manchester, passed away on Monday, June 1, 2020, at her home after an extended illness. A graveside service was held on Thursday, June 4 at 11 a.m. in Rose Hill Memorial Gardens with Deacon Joe Roy officiating. Mrs. Betty was born on January 30, 1931, to the late Edward Joseph and Lena Boquet Chauvin in Bourg, La. Mrs. Betty served her country in the United States Air Force as a nurse. After her honorable discharge from the military, she continued her nursing career for many years. Later in life, she was a teacher in the nursing program for the state of Tennessee at the vocational school in McMinnville. Mrs. Betty loved reading, crossword puzzles, coloring, and spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren and her great-grandson. In addition to her parents, Mrs. Betty is preceded in death by her husband, John Paul Bramblett, who passed in 1993, and by her brothers, Edward and Anthony Chauvin, and her sister, Nettie Chauvin Button. She is survived by her four sons, John Paul Bramblett, Jr. and his wife, Peggy, Eric Bramblett, Edward Bramblett and his wife, Kim, and Adrian Bramblett, and his wife, Michelle; daughter, Michelle Miller; grandchildren, C.J. Holmes, Cory Holmes, Sidney Barham Teresa Vaughn, Lauren Miller, Alyvia Bramblett, Shelby Bramblett, Ethan Bramblett, Nikolas Bramblett, Emma Bramblett, and John Bramblett; great-grandson, Colt Vaughn. Her surviving family members include Billie Jean Chauvin, Leroy Button, Carolyn Powers, Birdie Bramblett Elam, and James Lacey Bramblett and treasured nieces and nephews. The family would like to thank Hospice Compasus for the care given to their mother during her illness.
Manchester Funeral Home