Betty J. Randall, 75, of Dolgeville, New York, Town of Salisbury, passed away unexpectedly on Monday night, August 30, 2021, at Albany Medical Center, Albany, New York.
She was born on June 25, 1946, in Little Falls, New York, and was the daughter of the late, John and Clarice (Lamphere) Getman. Betty received her education from Oppenheim-Ephratah Central School.
On August 8, 1964, Betty was united in marriage to Arthur L. Randall, Sr. in Inghams Mills, New York. The couple recently celebrated 57 years of marriage.
Betty spent the majority of her life as a loving homemaker for her husband and children. She was of the Methodist faith. Betty enjoyed the casino and spending time with her family. Betty will be deeply missed by them.
She is survived by her beloved husband, Arthur L. Randall, Sr. at home; children, Arthur Randall Jr. and his wife, Donna of Little Falls, NY and Terry Randall and his wife, Lucie of Dolgeville, NY; grandchildren, Jennifer Randall of Dolgeville, NY, Arthur Randall, III, of Little Falls, NY, Rachael Randall and her companion, Rob Perry of Brooklyn, NY, Anthony Randall of Little Falls, NY, Steven Benson and his wife, Mellissa of Dolgeville, NY, Dakota Benson, Andrew Smith, Hailey Smith, Terry Randall, Jr., and Nicholas Randall, all of Dolgeville, NY; great-grandchildren, Lucas Benson, Joseph Benson, Karter Benson, Emmalee Benson, Hunter Benson, and Everly Randall; several brothers and sisters; several nieces and nephews; several brothers and sisters in law; and extended family.
Betty was predeceased by her beloved daughter, Julie (Randall) Smith, a great-grandson, Hayden Randall in addition to her parents, John and Clarice Getman, father and mother in law, Daisy and Harold Randall, several siblings, and several in-laws.
In keeping with Betty’s wishes, there will be no funeral services. The family is being cared for by Miller-Plonka Funeral Home, 30 Wolf Street, Dolgeville, New York 13329.
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