Betty Adele Trotter

Betty Adele Trotter

August 23, 1945 – February 3, 2022

Betty Trotter, 76 of Turlock, CA, passed away on February 3, 2022.  She was born on August 23, 1945 to Harry and Edith Oliver.

Betty worked in retail for most of her life.  She took care of her late husband, Jerry Trotter, the last 10 years of his life due to him being very ill.   She was always wanting her grandkids around, they were her world.  She was the best mother in the world and is really missed so much. 

She is now with her husband Jerry Trotter and her mom Edith Oliver and her dad Harry Lee Oliver, also her sister Mary Jean Bertken. 

She is missed so much and we know we will see her again. 

Betty is survived by her children, Wendy Fagundes and son in law Daniel of Turlock and Jim Trotter of Turlock, three grandchildren Kerrisa, Videll and Jacob Fagundes and Ryan Trotter, and four great grandchildren Hailey, Benz, Jackson, Aryana Trotter.

5 Comments

  • Lesley Tennison February 22, 2022 3:04 am

    My 2nd mom. Taking us cruising at the plaza with our 2 liter wine coolers! Kept us out of trouble but was so fun!

    Wonderful lady!

  • Danette Ramirez February 22, 2022 3:10 am

    Wendy and family, my heart and sincere condolences sent to you all during this time. I always loved your mom, rest in peace Betty 💕🙏

  • Darleen Andrews February 22, 2022 7:48 am

    I am so very sorry Wendy and Jim. Your mom was a very special lady! I met her when she had the hot dog shop and I had the donut shop behind her shop. We had so many laughs with all the kids that hung around there while we were working. When I think of her I think of the contest she would hold to see who could eat the most hotdogs at her shop. Everyone knew Kenny held the record but others use to try to beat him. No one ever beat him. I remember how your mom jumped in when I was trying to plan Diana’s wedding and didn’t know what to do about the dresses for the maid of honer and the brides maids. Your mom jumped right in said I can handle this part and she made the girls dresses. I will never forget her saying that. It was a big relief for me but I know it had to be a lot of work for her but she did it with a smile. What a good friend.

  • Tanya m February 22, 2022 11:18 pm

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family Wendy I’ve seen your mom go through so much she was a strong lady . Very sweet lady now she can be without illness and pain.

  • Rebecca McClure February 23, 2022 12:34 am

    Just like everything on Earth
    Your time had run out.
    None of us were ready but we had to let go.
    Just like the wind
    You ran through our hearts and our grasps.
    Not ready for the sand to slip between our fingers.
    Just like an angel
    You we kind, generous and loyal
    We weren’t ready for you to go to heaven.
    We love you. You were a grandma to me. You took me in and gave me your support and encouragement. I’ll never be able to live up to your example. I hope even in heaven you are shaking your head and cracking up to how idiotic I can be. I’ll never forget you.

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