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.

Those who are unable to attend the funeral, can view the funeral on-line Monday at 11 am, by visiting

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  • January 24, 2017
    Jessica St.Clair says:
    My grandmother was the root to our tree of life, and through every branch she has given us her knowledge and strength. She has taught us how to love and how to get through this moment. She has prepared each and everyone of us for life's journey through Jesus. Everything is perfect because this is exactly what she imagined it would be. We were blessed to enjoy her company on this earth. Now we will continue the journey of our life tree through the wisdom she has instilled while she lays at rest awaiting our Saviour. I love you granny

  • January 25, 2017
    Teresa Weaver says:
    Momma taught me Jesus Loves Me and would be my best friend. The Bible would keep me from sin and sin would keep me from the Bible. She taught me to pray and to have the faith of a Mustard seed. She Loved me with no conditions. She has been my Greatest Teacher , Thank you for Blessing me more than you will ever know, even though I told you many times. She is very giving and humble. She had healing hands and prayers. I will hear your voice in my mind and heart forever. Thank you Lord for choosing my Momma for me. Love You Teresa Ann You are the Wind beneath my Wing Also Thank you for teaching me morals class values and manners. ♡