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Betty Hott

January 13, 1940 — January 26, 2015

Westernport

Betty Pearl Hott passed away quietly on January 26th 2015.  She was a long time resident of Loudoun County, Virginia.

Betty was born on January 13, 1940 in Keyser, West Virginia. She will be laid to rest at a private burial in West Virginia. A Memorial Service will take place on February 7, 2015 at 1:00pm Fair Oaks Church on 4601 West Ox Road, Fairfax, VA.

After graduating high school, Betty attended Potomac State University. Eventually going to work for the Fairfax County School System.  Betty worked there proudly for 30 years before retiring in 1992.

Betty enjoyed cooking and baking and for a time made beautiful homemade cakes for family parties.

Betty is predeceased by her parents, Wilbur and Irene Hott, her sister, Millie Eisert and her brother, Lowell Hott.  She is also predeceased by her lifelong love, Walter Zabolotny.

She leaves behind her three remaining brothers - John Hott and his wife Pat of Stanardsville, Va. James Hott and his wife Shirley of Mineral, WV. and Mark Hott and his wife Maggie of Summerville, WV. Along with a bountiful amount of nieces and nephews and friends and loved ones from all walks of her life.

To know Betty Pearl Hott was to love her.  She always went above and beyond for all the people that she along her pathway of life.  Volunteering was Betty’s calling in life.  She spent a good deal of time volunteering with families in need.  Betty was a volunteer at the Fairfax nursing center for 48 years, she spent the last two years of her life in the nursing home, playing the cruise director of the front lobby!! She was also a volunteer at what was the district home in Manassas (now Birmingham Green) for over 20 years.  She also spent 25 years volunteering with the Loudoun County parks and rec as the special advisory board president.  This board works with mentally and physically challenged individuals.  This is the work that she was the most proud of.  She was such an advocate for “her kids”.

She was also a dedicated Christian, giving her life to the Lord early in life.  She spent countless years, growing, developing, giving and encouraging church families - The Fair Oaks Church was the recipient of this love and in turn, Betty felt truly loved by the members of the church.

The family would like to invite all friends and neighbors to come fellowship with us on that day. In lieu of flowers, please consider giving a donation to the Loudoun County “friends of adaptive recreation” at P.O. Box 804, Leesburg, Va. 20178.

Boal Funeral Home, Westernport assisted with the arrangements.

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