Musgrove

Betty Musgrove, age 74, of Rosharon, passed away April 23, 2019. She was born August 25, 1944, in Hooks, Texas, to parents, Charles Delbert Bozarth and Myrtle Marie (Griffin) Bozarth. She married Phillip Martin Musgrove in February of 1983. They lived in Ashdown, Arkansas. She moved to Angleton, Texas, 15 years ago. Betty enjoyed being outdoors working in her garden and going on trips to the beach. She also liked writing and watching Forensic Files. Family was most important to her. The time spent with her children and grandchildren was treasured, and many memories were made throughout the years.

Betty was preceded in death by her husband, Phillip Musgrove; parents, Myrtle Bozarth on June 13, 2006, and Charles Bozarth on October 13, 2007; sons: Robert Welch Jr. on August 19, 1981, and Jason Caldwell; and brothers, Charles Delbert Bozarth Jr. and Glen Dale Bozarth on April 20, 2016.

Left to treasure her memory are her children: Yvette Genrty of Alvin, Rhonda Wilbanks of Rosharon, and Michael Welch of Rosharon; brother and sisters: Sam Henry Bozarth of Angleton, Shirley Ward of Angleton, Brenda Carmack of Angleton and Deborah Casper of Texarkana, Arkansas; grandchildren: Jennifer Buchanan, Brandy Gentry, Ashley Guth, Hope Collins, Crystal Lynn Welch and Taliyah Bozarth;  great-grandchildren: Kennedy Anne Buchanan, Braden Buchanan, Corbin Buchanan, Nathan Solis, Kaitlyn Solis and Tyler Solis, Elijah Bozarth and Kyrah Nelson; and numerous other family members and friends.

Arrangements under the direction of Froberg Funeral Home at Oak Park.

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