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Betty Lee (Cason) Fulop
January 10, 1932 ~ September 20, 2023 (age 91) 91 Years Old
Ronald Ray Cason and Suzanna Myrtle Provorse were joined in marriage on November 28, 1927. To this union Betty Lee Cason was born on January 10 th , 1932 in Bayfield, Wisconsin as the middle child of five. She married Albert Roger Anderson on June 11, 1949. To this union would come three boys, Walter, Daniel, and Leonard. Albert was killed in a hunting accident in November 1954. As a young widow with three boys, Betty leaned heavily on nearby family. In 1966 Betty would meet Otis Leo Chipman and they were joined in marriage on March 1, 1967. Mary Lou Chipman was born on May 16, 1968, with younger brother Daniel following on July 7, 1969. After a long separation Betty and Otis divorced in 1983. On October 31 of that year, Betty married Edward Ellis Fulop. No children were born to this union. They lived in various places in Idaho and Oklahoma. Mr. Fulop preceded her in death in September of 2000. Betty would first be introduced to the one cup Church of Christ in 1986 when attending a gospel meeting conducted by Miles King at the Capitol Hill congregation in Oklahoma City. Glen and Donna Bray befriended Betty and they remained in contact until the Brays passing. Betty moved to Norman in October of 2014 to live with her daughter Mary Mukes. In July of 2017, Betty and Mary responded to a meeting flier and attended a gospel meeting at the Norman Church of Christ on Lahoma. In January of 2018 Betty made corrections and became a full-time member of the Norman Church of Christ. Mary followed in January of 2019. Betty enjoyed reading her Bible, singing, writing poetry, and cooking. She was an earnest prayer warrior and enjoyed providing handmade cards and letters to friends and loved ones on their birthdays and anniversaries. Betty was preceded in death by her older sister Ruth McCutcheon and her younger brother Robert Cason. She is survived by her older sister Ella May Harkins of Denver, Colorado, June Kasten of Littleton, North Carolina, all five of her children, Walter Anderson and wife Linda, Daniel Anderson and wife Nona, Leonard Anderson and wife Kelly, Mary Mukes, and Daniel Chipman and wife Selena. She is also survived by 15 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Her surviving fictive children include TashaKatt Lindsey, April Cuthriell, Bryan Cummings, Fran Fretz, Tina Le, Mary Beth Pollanti, and Irene Anderson. Her surviving grandson is David. She will be laid to rest with Mr. Fulop in Creston, British Columbia, Canada.