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Obituary of Betty Jane Kasper Sieck

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  • Matt Cross
    Obituary of Betty Jane Kasper Sieck Houston Chronicle Online 1 Dec 2004 Betty Jane Kasper Sieck BETTY JANE KASPER SIECK died at the age of 76 in Houston, Texas
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      Obituary of Betty Jane Kasper Sieck

      Houston Chronicle Online

      1 Dec 2004

       

       

      Betty Jane Kasper Sieck

       

       

       

      BETTY JANE KASPER SIECK died at the age of 76 in Houston, Texas on November 27, 2004. She is survived by her loving husband Charles L. Sieck Jr.; her son Charles Terry Sieck and wife Maria; and her daughter Linda Ann Moffett. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Scotty Sieck, Charles Sieck, Keith Moffett, Kevin Moffett, Terrie-Lynn Baker, and Jason Hill; and one great grandson Charlie Sieck; brother, Edwin N. Kasper and sister, Kathleen Kasper Ruddick; and a host of other loving relatives and friends. Betty Jane was the daughter of Edwin N. Kasper, Sr and Myrtis L. Borden Kasper. She was a native Houstonian who graduated from Stephen F. Austin Senior High School in 1945 and was a member of the Scottish Brigade. Betty Jane was born with a "natural talent". She was a true artist. Betty Jane graduated from Feather and Feather Art School in 1950 and went on to have a life long career as a fashion artist. She was employed by the Houston Press Newspaper to create the lovely artwork in their weekly fashion column for many years. Her artwork was featured in the Globe, Foley's, Sakowitz and Oshman's advertising pages. With the onset of a new age of advertising using photography and graphic art, she retired in the early 1990's. Betty Jane was a member of Mount Olive Lutheran Church. She and Charlie were married on November 26, 1948 and had just celebrated their 56th anniversary. Betty Jane will be remembered first and foremost for her beautiful smile and loving nature, as a loving wife, mother and sister to her entire family and a host of friends. She was truly "A thing of beauty and joy forever". The family will receive visitors on Thursday, December 2, 2004 from 5pm until 7pm at Mount Olive Lutheran Church, 10310 Scarsdale Blvd., Houston, Texas. A memorial service will follow at 7pm. In lieu of flowers, the Sieck Family has requested that donations be made in Betty Jane's memory to the American Heart Association or American Cancer Society.

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