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Betty I Duncan

October 12, 1937 - July 25, 2020

Burial Date: July 29, 2020

Funeral Home Hidden Valley Funeral Home of Lawson

Church United Christian & Presbyterian Church

  • Visitation: Wednesday, 10:30am-12pm, July 29, 2020 at United Christian Presbyterian Church of Lawson, Missouri
  • Graveside Funeral Service: Wednesday, 2pm, July 29, 2020 at Lloyd Cemetery in Mt. Moriah, Missouri

Betty Imogene Duncan passed away at her home in Lawson Missouri on July 25, 2020. She was 82 years old. She was born Betty Imogene Bridges on October 12, 1937 to the late Lester Bridges and the late Mabel Anderson in Mercer County Missouri.

She leaves behind her husband Lewis “Pete” Duncan, her children Cheryl Duncan, Rhonda (Mike) Taylor, Greg (Jenny) Duncan, her grandchildren; Andrea (David) Camp, Travis Taylor, JD Duncan & Dani Cox, Zeb ( Ben Martin) Duncan, her great grandchildren; Dace Rodriquez, Vivien McQuerrey, Evie McQuerrey, Aiden Camp, Brecklyn Camp, Stella Duncan, Silas Duncan, Lynox Duncan, and Jenna Thomas, her siblings; Donnie Bridges, Genie Bridges, and sister-in-law Joan Nigh. Betty also leaves behind many nieces and nephews who she deeply cared for.

She was proceeded in death by her sisters; Phyllis Musgrave, Bonnie Muse, Joanne Franklin.

Betty and Pete left Mt. Moriah shortly after high school and moved to Kansas City for work and opportunity. After a KC they moved to Liberty and eventually Lawson where they lived most of their married life.

Betty worked in Kansas City, then Liberty for Hallmark Cards where she eventually retired from. In her youth she enjoyed music and sports. Of the sports she played, she enjoyed basketball and bowling the most. Betty, later in life, enjoyed gardening, fishing, camping, playing cards and spending time with family and friends. In recent years she’s thoroughly enjoyed her time going to “the boat” to gamble. Going “up home” was something we did as a family on many occasions, where we would go spend time with our extended family. Betty blessed her family with those extended family relationships which they extremely grateful for. Betty being a grandmother and great grandmother and spending time with all of her family.

She will be greatly missed by all of her family and friends.

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