Betty Lou Chubb, 97, departed this life on Oct. 7, 2020 to stay in eternity with the Lord. She died peacefully at Deerfield Episcopal Retirement Group, Asheville, N.C. the place she was a resident for a few years.
She was preceded in dying by her loving husband of fifty years, Dr. Nicholas Chubb Sr. Betty Lou was the daughter of Darlington A. Brown and Verna L. Brown (Wirtz) of Lewistown. She was born June 14, 1923. She was a registered nurse and graduate of Bryn Mawr Nursing Faculty and practiced as a nursing supervisor of Supply Rooms and the Working Room. Throughout WWII, she bought battle bonds and made bandages.
Betty Lou was a loyal and devoted spouse and mom. She is survived by her brother, Keith Brown, of Virginia, and three youngsters, Nick Chubb Jr. (Janet Niemi), of Denver N.C.; Anne Chubb, of Darien Ga.; Jonathan Chubb, of Townsend, Ga.; granddaughter, Michelle Froats, of Vacationers Relaxation, S.C.; great-grandchildren, Abigail McCready, of Greenville S.C.; Ethan McCready, of Vacationers Relaxation, S.C., and quite a few cousins, nieces, and nephews.
Devoted in her religion she served for years as alter guild director, as a lay minister and as a member of Daughters of The King. She was affectionately referred to as “Mom Elizabeth” by her shut associates. She was a volunteer with the American Pink Cross and an avid Penn State soccer fan. She liked exploring Alaska together with her husband and with beloved pal, Barbara Eldridge.
She shall be actually missed by all who knew her and remembered for her humorousness, laughter, kindness, love of her teddy bears, chocolate, and canines, and for her hugs, and exquisite smile.
A heartfelt thanks to the employees of Deerfield for his or her exemplary care, help and love through the years.
Memorial presents could also be made to the Danny Boone Worker Scholarship Fund or the Deerfield Residence Assistant Fund at: https://deerfieldwnc.org/deerfield-charitable-foundation/ or to the American Pink Cross at: https://www.redcross.org/donate/donation.html/ or Church of the Good Sheperd, Cashiers, N.C. at: https://www.goodshepherdofcashiers.com/ or to a charity of selection.
A non-public household service shall be held at a future date.
Groce Funeral Dwelling at Lake Julian is aiding the household and a memorial visitor register is accessible at grocefuneralhome.com.