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Betty Pastoor

Betty Rae Pastoor

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Betty Pastoor 98, of Twin Falls, Idaho passed away on October 26, 2020 at St. Lukes Magic Valley.
Betty was born on December 2, 1921 in Twin Falls, Idaho to Raymond E. Brown of Wisconsin and Harriet E. Holler Brown of Iowa. She attended Magic Valley schools and Saint Teresa’s Academy in Boise, Idaho and graduated from Hollister High School Class of 1939. She met the love of her life John Pastoor and they were married December 10, 1939 in Hollister, Idaho with Betty’s Grandfather, Judge H. M. Holler officiating. She spent her entire married life living and farming on the Salmon Tract. She loved to talk about her and John’s 50th Wedding Anniversary Celebration in 1989. She was a member of the Twin Falls Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution and was also a charter member of Countryside Flower Club. She was a member of the Hollister Community Presbyterian Church. Betty loved music, teaching piano lessons, flower gardening, crocheting, puppies, kittens, and enjoyed spending time with cherished friends and relatives.
Betty was preceded in death by her parents and husband “John” on April 28th, 1995. She is survived by many nieces, nephews, and cousins. Donations to Hollister Presbyterian Church or Twin Falls Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution or People for Pets. A very special thanks to Josephine Morales for her care of Betty over the last five years.
Private services will be held and are under the care of White-Reynolds Funeral Chapel. Condolences for the family can be left at whitereynoldschapel.com.
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  • Service

    Friday, November 6th, 2020 | 2:00pm
    When
    Friday, November 6th, 2020 2:00pm
    Location
    Sunset Memorial Park
    Address
    2296 Kimberly Road
    Twin Falls, Idaho
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Betsy Pastoor Cox

Posted at 01:14pm
Randy & Betsy "Pastoor" Cox
This is one of many memories that Randy & I have been BLESSED with having Aunt Betty in our lives.
For my 50th birthday Randy surprised me by arranging to have my 2 boys & spouses, my 3 sisters (Pastoor girls) & spouses & Aunt Betty, all load up in the Hummer Limousine and head up north to have dinner. I was a little worried about Aunt Betty, as she was 86 at the time. So I kept an eye on her. The truth, I think we had a hard time keeping up with her. We get to the restaurant, get seated, and their Violinist, an older gentleman, mosied over to Aunt Betty. Well you know she had a new friend for the evening. We all laughed and teased her all the way back to Twin Falls.
We'll always cherish our memories of: Christmas Eve parties at Aunt Betty's house, the outings to Idaho Joe's for pie & ice cream, the spur of the moment convertible ride to Hagerman with the top down the whole time, the ride to Shoshone Falls when Randy reassured Aunt Betty that we would NOT get out of the car so she would be fine with her "house socks" on, when we saw the spectacular display we talked her into getting out to take a photo in her "house socks", and the wonderful stories she loved to tell.
She was truly "Young at Heart"!
Big Hugs in Heaven
Randy & Betsy "Pastoor" Cox
RP

Rose Pastoor

Posted at 04:24pm
Aunt Betty was always fun to be around. She liked to have a "beverage" now and again. One of the fun things I got to do with her on a visit a few years after Uncle John had passed, was have an afternoon of "Margaritas". Lots of laughs and giggles.

Another memorable experience was a trip Aunt Betty took with me, Stephanie, Mary and Betsy to see Aunt Janet in Washington shortly before Aunt Janet passed away. Mary provided the ride (Tahoe). Aunt Betty told stories and jokes on the road and we all laughed and laughed and laughed.

Rosie Pastoor
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