November 4, 2020, 91
Betty Lois Carter Blizzard, native of Duplin County and long-time resident of the Indian Springs community, found eternal rest with her Lord and Savior early Wednesday morning, November 4, 2020. She was 91.
A member of Wayne’s Chapel Church of God of Prophecy, she had worked in various sewing rooms and textile plants, as well as serving as a farmworker and companion and sitter for the elderly.
The family will receive friends Saturday, November 7, at Tyndall Funeral Home beginning at 10 a.m. with services to follow at 11 a.m. Presiding will be Pastor Ralph Parker with words of remembrance being shared by grandson Mark Blizzard. Burial will be in the Summerlin Family Cemetery near O’Quinn’s Store.
Mrs. Blizzard is survived by three children, Ernest Leroy Blizzard, Jr. and wife, Sandra, Donald Keith Blizzard and wife, Shelby, and Susie B. Holmes and fiance, Mike Strickland, all of the Indian Springs community; grandchildren, Mark Blizzard, Jessica B. Carter, Rhonda B. Clemmons, Sarah B. Chleborowicz, Donald Keith Blizzard II, Bobby Strickland, Dwayne Strickland, Betty Sue Blizzard, and Tonya B. Barnett; 17 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandson.
She was preceded in death by a son, Dalton Eugene “Buster” Blizzard; her husband, Ernest Leroy Blizzard; her parents, John Ashford and Sarah Carter; sister, Lucille C. Price; and brother, Richard Carter.