Betty Warrick

Betty Warrick

April 17, 1932 - February 13, 2011

Betty Warrick

April 17, 1932 - February 13, 2011


Mrs. Betty L. Warrick, age 78 of Knoxville, TN, died Sunday, February 13 at the Hillcrest North Nursing Center in Knoxville, TN. Mrs. Warrick was a native of Guild, TN, and daughter of the late Bert W. and Ollie Morgan Lowrey. She was a Registered Nurse and member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Betty’s greatest legacy in life is through those who survive. Honoring that legacy are two sons: Dwight Gaskill of Knoxville, TN and David Joanna Gaskill of Altoona, FL; five siblings: Dwight Lowrey of Chattanooga, TN, Doug Lowrey of Guild, TN, Bill Simms of Jasper, TN, Susie Ballard of Flatrock, AL, and Peggy Martin of Chattanooga, TN; five grandchildren: David Gaskill, Jr of Mesquite, TX, Peter G. Tsirnikas of Altoona, FL, Milene Abbott of Cordell, GA, Dwight Gaskill Jr of Hillsboro, TN, and Tessy Turner of Avon Park, FL; 15 great-grandchildren; and 2 great-great-grandchildren. The family requests that memorial donations be made to the charity of your choice.

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5 responses to Betty Warrick

  1. I will miss you and I will never forget you. You were always there for me no matter what. I thank God I was able to be there for you and hold you hand as you took your last breath. No more suffering, I know you are at peace now. See you soon. I love you mom. Dwight

  2. i dont know you all but im sorry for loss

  3. I was happy to have you in my life for the time that I did….we will see each other again someday..till then..I love you and miss you

  4. Betty,formerly of Lafollette,TN in the 7 yrs I’ve known you, I discovered you had inner beauty like no other. I enjoyed knowing you;your kind and generous and caring.Thank you for being there for Dwight Sr. We will take the best care of each other that we can now, dont you worry any more; May you rest in peace, and say hello to my mom for me

  5. Tessy Turner says:

    My grandmother was a wonderful person and a very special lady she was the reason a become a nurse!

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