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Betty Wills

February 21, 2013

Betty Wills, 80, of Benton passed away Tuesday, Feb. 19. She was born Aug. 29, 1932, in Mineral Springs. 
She was preceded in death by her parents, Tom and Mary Porter; husband Howard Cramer Wills; brothers James, Don and Charles; and sisters Ruth and Evelyn.
She is survived by her son, Terry Russell and wife Susan of Russellville; daughters Barbara Dunn and husband Mark of Dallas and Cheryl Grappe and husband Michael of Benton; step-sons Steve Wills and wife Sara of North Little Rock and David Wills and wife Linda of Little Rock; step-daughter Cathy Colarelli of Colorado; brother Bill Porter of Jacksonville; grandchildren Rob Stone and wife Heidi of McKinney, Texas, Emma Dunn of Dallas, Brooke Myrick and husband Justin, Summer Russell, and Holly Sutterfield and husband Cory, all of Russellville, Cherelle Lawson and husband Erick of Dallas, Michael Hutchens and Eric and Charlie Skinner, all of Benton, and Ian and Aiden Berry of Charlotte, NC.; step-grandchildren Heather Cyr of Cabot, Jessica Reese and husband Bruce of Harrison, Cody and Taylor Colarelli of  Pueblo, Colo. and Katy Wills of Phoenix; and great-grandchildren Ethan Stone of Kansas City, Mo., Tessi Stone of McKinney, Texas, Peyton Reese of Harrison, Ty and Maggie Cyr of Cabot, Erick, Bianca and Marcella Lawson, all of Dallas, and Hallie and Drake Myrick of Russellville.
A funeral services is scheduled for 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23, at Ashby Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Pine Crest Memorial Park. The Rev. Kim Hammer will be officiating.
Visitation will be held from 2 to 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb 23, before the service.
Online guest book: www.ashbyfuneralhome.com.

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