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Betty Lou Falzone

Betty Lou Falzone, 88, of Moberly passed away on Monday, October 31, 2016 at Mark Twain Assisted Living. Betty was born to Ralph and Winifred (Wilson) Crowder on August 7, 1928 in St. Louis, Missouri. She and Clifford A. Falzone were married on March 15, 1952 in St. Louis, Missouri. Betty was a member of the Central Christian Church. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Clifford Falzone; and brother Jack Crowder. Survivors include a son, Richard Falzone of Alliance, Ohio; daughter, Susan Falzone of Denver, Colorado; and several nieces and nephews. A memorial service will take place on Thursday, November 3, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. with a memorial gathering from 9:00 a.m. until service time at the Million Taylor Funeral Homes of Moberly. Cremation has been accorded by Million Taylor Funeral Homes. To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Betty Lou Falzone please visit our Sympathy Store.

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Guestbook

The first time I met Betty, Bettys' son Rick & I were dating & Betty invited us over to have dinner with her & her husband Clifford. Betty was such a funny lady. I enjoyed the dinner with the Falzones. I missed Rick & Suzie when I moved to Colorado Springs. As a teen I grew up with Rick & Suzie, I have lots of fond memories. My condolences go out to Rick & Suzie.

Mary Walker Nov 22 2016 12:00 AM

Susie, I enjoyed your mother's creative spirit. I work at MACC and would visit with her often. She would sit on the steps outside of my office and wait for her ride after art class. She was always happy to share her stories and tell me about her latest work. I am not sure how many pairs of Converse tennis shoes she had, but it seemed like she always had the right color to match her outfit. Betty had the best sense of humor and a fun laugh. I will miss her.

Michele McCall Nov 7 2016 12:00 AM

I took care of Betty at Mark Twain and really enjoyed her. She was a sweet lady. Everyday in the dining room she would wave at me and smile. Rest in peace Betty.

Terra Skinner Nov 3 2016 12:00 AM

My Mother,Betty, was at heart an artist. She loved pottery and painting and much more, and continued to paint until the day she died. At one time she was an accomplished potter as well. Mom was a true sweetheart - always meaning well and trying not to judge anyone. She was very amiable and easy to please, and in fact would defer to almost everyone. Each year Mom came to Colorado to visit for her birthday. We all loved these trips. She had such fun and got to see the mountains, and that influenced many of her paintings. We would go to museums, see the sites, have picnics, and, her favorite, coffee on the deck in the sunshine. Now her chair on the deck is empty and my heart is broken. I will love her and miss her until the day I die, when hopefully I will get to see her again. Susie Falzone

Susan Falzone Oct 31 2016 12:00 AM

I first met Betty when I started volunteering at the Senior Center & she was living at the Towers. She would share her pictures of her Colorado trip. I visited her at Mark Twain & when she was at the rehab center. I will miss her greatly. I won't be able to attend her memorial service but she will be with me in spirit. Her daughter & son are so lucky to have had a great lady for a mom.

Donna Shadwell Oct 31 2016 12:00 AM