Obituary: Betty Lee (Sanders) Boone
Betty Lee (Sanders) Boone passed away quietly on July 14, 2018 shortly before her 91st birthday in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Betty and SFC Daniel P. Boone were married 59 years when he passed in 2005. They moved to Scottsdale, Arizona in 1964 after traveling the world together. Betty is survived by four of her five adult children. Pamela Carroll, Penny Lakanen, Barry Boone and Candy Boone. Their oldest son Daniel passed away in 1992.
Betty grew up in Ludington, Michigan, one of three sets of twins in a family of twelve children. Betty and Daniel retired to Ash Fork, Arizona where they built a large home themselves. Two of her children still reside there. Betty was a great Mom and is dearly missed.
There will be a memorial service. Sept.8, 2018 at 11:30 a.m. in her home in Ash Fork.Luncheon to follow
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to northlandhospice.org or call Kathy Simmons (928) 779-1227 in Betty’s honor.
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