Betty Joan “Squeakey” Whitlock

Born on September 29, 1938 in Charleston, South Carolina
Departed October 11, 2022 in Palm Bay, Florida

Betty Joan “Squeakey” Whitlock, 84, of Palm Bay passed away on Tuesday October 11, 2022. She moved here in 1962 from Columbia, SC. She was a Retired Elementary School Teacher in Brevard Co. for 35 years and a member of The First Baptist Church of Melbourne.
Survivors include her daughter Susan Rae Bolton (Rob), brothers Col. Richard M. Adams (Ret) and Sam Adams (Shelley), grandchildren Ali Machado, Bailey Bolton, nieces Angela (Helmut) Adams- Bauer, Lindsay (Eric) Black and Barbara (Kevin) Langdon, nephew Richard (Amy) Adams and 9 great nieces and nephews, and a son in law Dan Machado. She was predeceased by her husband, Glenn, a daughter, Kim Whitlock Machado and a niece, Michelle Adams
Funeral Service will be Saturday, October 15th at 3pm in the Brownlie & Maxwell Chapel.
Donations may be made to First Baptist Church of Melb. In memory of Mrs. Betty Whitlock

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16 entries.
Kelley Vandecar from Palm Bay Florida wrote on October 16, 2022:
Thoughts a prayers to Rae Rob and Bailey I will miss her smile her kindness her wit and her stories and her wonderful wonderful southern charm 💔 Love and Miss You Always Miss Betty❤ I will see you again🙌😇
Kelley Vandecar from Palm Bay Florida wrote on October 15, 2022:
I cant begin to say how much I will miss you 💔 Your kindness your smile your wit and your many stories and your wonderful southern charm❤ I was one of your caregivers and only for 10 short months but it was truly a blessing 🙌😇 Love you always Miss Betty and I will see you again ❤🙌
Elizabeth Wilkinson-Sieg from Edmond, OK wrote on October 14, 2022:
Dear Rae and Family, I am so sorry on the loss of your dear and precious Mother! What a beautiful light she was for so many and how much she meant to our family for so many years! Her love for her family, friends, country, education, SC Gamecocks and community was endless. Betty Joan was a second mom to me and I treasure all her wisdom, heartache and magical laughter as she embraced life to the fullest. I am forever blessed by the Whitlock family and My heart rejoices knowing that she is reunited in Heaven with Glenn, Kim and my mom, dad and Heather praising our Saviour all the day long. God bless you and your family. Elizabeth and Stan
Lilly and John Murray from Palm Bay wrote on October 14, 2022:
Our sincere and heartfelt condolences to Rae and the family. Your Mom was a dear friend and neighbor and she will be missed. May she Rest In Peace.
Harold dean Sproles from Greenville wrote on October 13, 2022:
A beautiful caring person.
Bethony Sproles from Greenville wrote on October 13, 2022:
I will miss her smile.
Carmen Sidebottom from Charleston wrote on October 13, 2022:
We are so sorry for your loss. Sending our prayers . Heaven received a great lady! Bill and Carmen Sidebottom
Charles Mitchum from Folly Beach, SC wrote on October 13, 2022:
So sorry to hear of your passing. You were such a wonderful cousin.
Carol Traisneau from melbourne wrote on October 13, 2022:
God bless and rest easy. Loved being your go to for the cleaning these past few years. The girls will all miss your cheeky smile xx Absolutely affordable cleaning. Xx
Carmen Sidebottom from Charleston wrote on October 13, 2022:
We are so sorry for your loss , sending prayers and hugs. Heaven just received a great lady.
Peggy Barton from West Melbourne wrote on October 13, 2022:
Betty Joan was a wonderful friend for over 50 years and I will miss her so much!!
Diane Appleby from Davidson wrote on October 13, 2022:
Prayers lifted for Rae and family. What a precious friend BJ was to our mama and our families have ties from so many years back in SC! We love this Whitlock family. Our hearts have been so impacted by every single one of you. Rejoicing that mama, daddy , BJ, Kim and Glen all dancing with Jesus 🙏🏼🙏🏼 Much love Diane and Matt Appleby
Donna (Wood) & Jim Cox from Albuquerque wrote on October 13, 2022:
Dear Rae, I am so sorry the Wood girls are not able to be there to hug and give support to you, dear friend and sister! Our parents have a long history together that brought us into this this legacy. You are loved and prayed for sweet sister. Hold fast to Jesus our Lord is holding you 💗 Love, Donna
Angela Adams-Bauer from Abingdon Maryland wrote on October 13, 2022:
What an honor and blessing to have an Aunt whose heart and energy continually was devoted to family, friends and community. Her faith, love, generosity and discipline was and will continue to be an example to us all on how to live. Her enthusiasm and fun for all of the everyday celebrations and milestones achieved along the way brought us all much joy. The depth of her wisdom, wit and companionship will be dearly missed. We celebrate her life, her courage to deal with the tough things in life, her strengths, her achievements, and good works. Her loving support through the years leaves a rich legacy of family behind. Our memories and stories together as a family will sustain us until we meet again. Rest In Peace Dear Always in my heart Angela
Linda Palmer from Palm Bay wrote on October 13, 2022:
My love and prayers to you Rae, Bailey and Rob and the family. Your sweet Mama will be missed by many.
Laura Smith Jeffers from North Augusta, SC wrote on October 13, 2022:
Dear Rae and family, Aunt Carrie called this morning and told me of your mother’s passing. Many sympathies to you and the rest of the family. Your mother was truly a fighter and such a precious lady. She was a true Hamrick’s fan and shopper. I know when she came to North Augusta many many years ago with Bill and Carrie, the first thing she wanted to do was go shopping at Hamrick’s. Her smile was contagious and loved that Cottageville accent. Prayers for all of you in the days ahead and just know you are not alone, God has got you. Cherish the memories and know that you now have three special angels watching over you and your family. If I had a magic wand I would bring your parents and sister back. The thing that has comforted my Gene’s passing (husband and Dad) is that they are no longer in pain and struggling and are made whole and healthy. Love and hugs.

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