Betty Jo, was s special niece to me, I am her Aunt Katie,. I lived there with all of them , my sister Brenda and all nephews and nieces when I was 18 yrs old for s couple of months. I would do Betty Jo’s make-up and let her wear my clothes, kind of play dress up, for her to go to school and she loved it. She and I were so close. I am still crying every day all day over her passing. The ONLY thing that is helping is that I know that she is with her mom, her grandma (My mom) and her great grandma. You are at peace now Betty Jo and an Angel and with God. ❤💜
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Betty Jo Cook, 47, passed away on August 3, 2019. She was born on September 11, 1971 to Robert Holland and Brenda Miles in Evansville, Indiana.
Betty was a Bosse High School graduate. She loved collecting glass dragon figurines. She also enjoyed cooking and the penny slots down at the boat. Betty worked in manufacturing for over 30 years.
Betty is survived by her children Nick Pfingston and Lindsey Pfingston (Whitney Hollis); her step-children Kim Briscoe and Jennie Pearson; her granddaughter Harleigh Jo Pfingston; her ex-husband James Cook; her companion Mark Wolf and his son Jacob; her siblings Tonjia Hall, Rick Miles, Donna Campbell, Pam Cross, Pat Loos, Becky Nguyen, and Loretta Rice; and several loving nieces, nephews, and cousins.
Betty was preceded in death by her son Steven Pfingston; her parents; and her sister Shari Ballard.
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