Life Reflections\n\nBetty Sanders-Foster 82 of Washington, DC - Born June 19, 1937, in Sumter County to the late Joseph and Maggie Floyd Sanders peacefully answered the masters call early Sunday morning June 14, 2020, at home.\n\nBetty was educated in the public schools of Sumter County, SC.\n\nBetty accepted Christ at an early age, and was a member of the Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, upon moving to Washington, DC she joined Carolina Missionary Baptist Church and later moved her membership to Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church.\n\nBetty retired from The United States Soldiers Airmen Home in Washington DC after 33 years of dedicated service and numerous awards.\n\n“Betty Boo”, as she was affectionately known, leaves to cherish her fond memories two children, a son Michael (Yvonne) Sanders of Sumter, SC a daughter (Bettina Sanders (Victor) Ford of Forestville, MD, eight grandchildren Tia, Tanji, Isaiah, Christopher (Caty), Victoria, Mariah, Michaela and Sam, four sisters Helen Coakley of New Rochelle, NY, Evelyn (Moses) Haynesworth, Gladys (Willie) Grant both of Sumter, SC and Myrtle Dinkins of Rembert, SC, five great-grandchildren, two aunts Mary K. Sanders and Sallie Tarver, two special cousins Francis Mitchell and James Rembert along with a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends. \n\nShe was preceded in death by two siblings, Parolee Holmes and Manning Sanders.\n\n FROM THIS POINT DOWN GOES ON THE BACK\n\nThe family of the late Betty Sanders-Foster recognizes that we are blessed with love and friendship. We wish to express our appreciation and sincere gratitude to the Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church, our community, friends and extended family for the many words of comfort and acts of kindness extended to us during this difficult time. The calls, cards, and prayers are testimonies to Betty Sanders-Fosters' life and will be our source of comfort in the days ahead. \n - The Family\n\nA very special thanks to Renee Davenport, Sabrina Sanders-Goode, Jeannie Grace, Dawn Holland, Camille Johnson, Wanda Johnson, Anastasia Lanham, Jacquelyn McCoy, Marie Maxi, Melbert Nelson, Peggy Sardee, and Debbie Williams. Without the help of these wonderful giving souls, it would have been nearly impossible to provide the level of support and care, my mother, both needed and received. I am forever grateful for my Caregiver Village. May God continue to richly bless each of you.\n Love,\n Tina\n\nTo cousin Sherry, thank you so much for sharing your love and talents to help capture mothers memories with the beautiful video tribute. May God bless both you and your gift as you continue to spread joy with your giving of precious memories of your cousin Bette.\nLove,\nMike & Tina\n\nTo aunt's Helen, Evelyn, Myrt, Gladys and cousin Shonta, I wish to thank you for the many conversations of encouragement, prayers, support, and financial blessings you provided me and Betty Boo. Your love and kindness will always be remembered.\nLove,\nTina\n\nTo my magnificent husband Victor, and my loving children Victoria and Chris Mike. I cannot thank you guys enough for being on the journey with me as we took care of mother. Your love and support did not go unnoticed and I wanted you all to know I could not have cared for mom the way I did without your love and support. The sacrifices you made were a testament of the love you had for Betty Boo. I know that God put us in this place for such a time as this. I love you all very much, hugs and kisses.