Beth Uydene Babcock

In Memorial

Beth Udyene Babcock, age 94, passed away December 29, 2016 at a Waco, Texas nursing home.

Memorial service: Service will be held at a later date.

She was born in Box Butte County to the late Ray and Blanche Garwood. She attended school in Alliance, Nebraska and went on to further her education at a business college in Denver, Colorado.

Beth was married to her husband, Howard, in Los Angeles, California on February 13, 1942. Beth and Howard owned and operated a carpet laying business in Scottsbluff, Nebraska for more than 30 years. They were active members of the First United Presbyterian Church.
Beth was predeceased by her parents, husband Howard; sister Lila Retke; brother Max Garwood and infant son, Stephen.

Survivors include her daughter Sherry Jackson and her husband Ron of Kalona, Iowa; daughter Kay Garner and her husband Bill of Crawford, Texas; grandchildren, Carie Whitehead, Jeremy Garner and Sarah Garner; three great-grandchildren; and two great-great grandchildren.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Kay & Sherry,
    Your Mom was a Special person. I loved her sense of humor and how she “handled” your Dad! Enjoy the Memories of a life well-lived.

    Peace.

    Bob

  2. Nancy Bowker Meyer

    Kay & Sherry

    I am so sorry to read about your Mom’s passing. I remember the card game nights, all the girls had fun.

    Sending prayers for strength and comfort and peace.

    Nancy

  3. Cindy Phelps Spencer

    Sherry: I believe we were friends in grade school etc. in Scottsbluff NE – SHS Class of 1966.
    I remember being friends and being in your home as a child. I am sorry to hear of your Mother’s passing.
    I would like to hear from you. Again, please accept my sincere condolences and those of the Class of SHS 1966
    Cindy Phelps Spencer –

  4. Losing your parents is a difficult time. I loved both of them and tried to keep in touch over the years. They were very special people and I considered them role models for me as I grew into adulthood. It doesn’t matter how you may have prepared yourself for their loss – it is still hard to imagine life without them. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Linda Witko.

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