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Betty Reiber

Betty J. Reiber (Richard)

Sunday, March 24th, 1929 - Sunday, October 6th, 2019
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Betty J. Reiber, 90, of Scottsbluff, passed away Sunday, October 6, 2019, at Western Nebraska Veteran’s Home in Scottsbluff. A memorial service will be held at a later date.

Betty was born March 24, 1929, to Fred and Anna Richard in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. She met her husband, Alfred Reiber and on December 5, 1948, and they were united in marriage. They were blessed with two daughters, Kathy (Jim) Gilman of Scottsbluff and Kim (Joe) Ross of Broomfield, Colorado.

She enjoyed working at Montgomery Wards and Panhandle Coop in her earlier years. Alfred opened up his own real estate business, Reiber Realty, and the two of them ran the business for over 40 years. She took care of all the personal items and kept the books.

The two of them belonged to the VFW and enjoyed assisting with bingo every Friday night for many years. Betty helped all of the women in the kitchen to keep everyone full of good food.

Betty is survived by her husband, Alfred for over 70 years; her two daughters, Kathy and Kim; her grandchildren, Trever Gilman, Lacey Gilman, and Nic Fitzgibbons; three great-grandchildren, Austin, Parker, and Colten.

She was preceded in death by her parents; and grandchild, Tylar Gilman, son of Kathy and Jim Gilman.

Betty was a wonderful mom, grandma, and great-grandma, and will be missed by all.
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Patti Clay

Posted at 10:28am
Thinking and praying for your family. Betty was a strong force for you all and I know will be a missing part for you all. Time will heal your saddened hearts. I will be thinking of you through this process. Patti Clay
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Ginny Schlager

Posted at 12:23pm
Al and family;
Please accept our deepest sympathies for your loss. May the Lord grant you comfort and peace.
Ken & Ginny Schlager
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Rocky and Peg (McMurtry) Robinson

Posted at 04:03pm
Al, Kathy, Kim and family, We were saddened to hear of your mothers passing, allot of good memories of them as we were all growing up. Our Thoughts and prayers are with you in the days and weeks ahead. Rest in peace and Safe journey Betty till we meet again.
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Alice Reuter

Posted at 10:02pm
To Betty's family,
For many years I had the pleasure of working alongside of Betty in the VFW Auxiliary. Betty was a very diligent and loyal member, helping with Bingo concessions, serving meals, marching with the Color Guard, and serving as an officer. She was known for her friendly smile. I was privileged to have known her.
I send my sympathy,
Alice Reuter

Verlin Schaefer

Posted at 03:01pm
Al so sorry to hear about Betty. I thank you for taking such good care of her. You both have been blessed to share your life together and raise two wonderful daughters. God bless my friend. Verlin and Kathleen Schaefer
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