SWEET SPRINGS, WV — Mrs. Elizabeth “Betty” Sue Dillon Bostic, age 93 passed away Saturday, October 24, 2020 at the Genesis Nursing Care Facility in White Sulphur Springs, WV following an extended illness.
Born June 22, 1927 in Monroe County, WV she was a loving mother and excellent homemaker, who retired from the Andrew S. Rowan Memorial Home for the aged some thirty years ago.
Mrs. Bostic was a long time member of the Sweet Springs Baptist Church.
She was the daughter of the late Jon Franklin Dillon and Mary Elizabeth Baker Dillon of Sweet Springs.
In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her husband Ambrose M. Bostic; and a brother Paul H. Dillon.
Survivors include one brother, John F. Dillon, Jr. of LaGrange, KY; one daughter, JoAnn Hepler Anderson of West Palm Beach, FL; three sons, Donald L. Hepler of Roanoke, VA, M. Dean Bostic of Gap Mills, WV, and Steve A. Bostic of Sweet Springs, WV; thee grandchildren, Susan Anderson of West Palm Beach, FL, Melissa Peregoy of Roanoke, VA, and Aaron J. Bostic of Gap Mills, WV and one great-grandchild, Brienne Anderson of West Palm Beach, FL
Funeral services will be held 2:00 p.m. Friday, October 30, 2020 at the Groves-Mann Funeral Home Chapel in Union, WV with Rev. Kenny Baker officiating.
Burial will follow in Mountain View Cemetery at Sweet Springs, WV.
The Family will receive friends Thursday, October 29, 2020 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the funeral home.
In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made to the Sweet Springs Baptist Church and Mountain View Cemetery, in care of Jean Schumaker, 578 Mountain View Lane Sweet Springs, WV 24941.
Due to the regulations associated with COVID-19 and out of love and respect for the family, social distancing and masks are highly recommended while attending the services.
Those wishing to send the Bostic Family online condolences or sign the online guestbook may do so by visiting www.groves-mann.com
“Now cradled in the loving arms of God, the soul is forever safe in Heaven.”
Arrangements by Groves-Mann Funeral Home in Union, WV.
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