Betty Lou Dail St.Clair

March 12, 1941 - January 19, 2017
Betty Lou Dail St.Clair

Betty Lou Dail St.Clair age 75, of Wilmington died Thursday January 19, 2017 at New Hanover Regional Medical Center.

Betty Lou was born in Wilson, NC on March 12, 1941 the daughter of the late Archie Monroe and Mildred Carmine Dail. She was a retired employee of Autumn Care of Myrtle Grove, where she had a perfect work record of 41 months and never missed a day, and was also named employee of the year. She was preceded in death by brothers Thomas and Archie Dail, Jr.

Surviving are sons Roy St.Clair and wife Cathy of Amherst, Ohio, Jack St.Clair. Jr. of Elyria, Ohio and Larry St.Clair and wife Michele of Castle Hayne, daughters Teresa Weaver of Four Oaks, NC, Kelly St.Clair of Wilmington, and Michelle St.Clair of Oberlin, Ohio. Sister Nancy Long of Leland. 19 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren.

Before Betty Lou’s health started failing she was a very active member of Apostolic Tabernacle where funeral services will be conducted 11:00 A.M Monday January 23, 2017. Burial will follow at Greenlawn Memorial Park. The family will see friends from 10:00 AM until hour of service at the church.

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  • January 20, 2017
    Larry St.Clair says:
    My mom was and is an awesome woman. She has taught me a lot in my life time. She taught me that a lot of times in life it is not what you know but who you know that makes the difference. She taught me to be careful how you treat people on your way up, because you never know who you might meet on your way down. She taught me when I am scared and don't know what to do, to plead the blood of Jesus, and you will feel Jesus come over you and see you through it and protect you. So right now, I am pleading the blood of Jesus over me and my family. She didn't have hardly any world possessions, but she had so much to give while she was living. She gave love, kindness, a big smile, always would greet people no matter who they are, would give people birthday, get well, and sympathy cards. When she would receive something from someone, she would turn around and give it away, so she could be a blessing to someone else. Anyone that knew her, would say: now don't give this away when I give you this to you, because I want you to keep it. Probably within a week or so she would give it away. I love and miss you very deeply mom, you are very precious to me and I am grateful and thankful to call you my mother. Love, Larry

  • January 21, 2017
    Melody spence says:
    Teresa and family so sorry for your loss.

  • January 21, 2017
    Melissa Griffith says:
    Teresa, My heart goes out to you and your family at this difficult time. Praying for you.

  • January 21, 2017
    Marlee Logsdon says:
    I will never forget the first time I met this amazing lady . I was hungry, as usual as food was scarce around my house. She asked me to have a seat at her kitchen table where she gave me a hot bowl of beef stew. You felt welcome and wanted in her home. I loved her,and I know she loved me!she will be in peace Betty lou...

  • January 21, 2017
    Marlee Logsdon says:
    I will miss Betty lou..she fed me when I was hungry,sheltered me from always felt welcome in her and miss you