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Betty Jean (Mosley) Burns

April 18, 1938 ~ February 2, 2022 (age 83)


Betty Jean Burns

April 18 1938 – February 2, 2022


            Betty Burns, 83, of Bryan passed away on Wednesday, February 2, 2022. A Memorial Service is set for 11AM Saturday, February 12 in the Chapel of Trevino Smith Funeral Home.

            Born April 18, 1938 in Bryan, TX she was the daughter of Joseph and Annie (Childs) Mosley.  Betty attended Bryan Independent School District and graduated from E.A. Kemp High School. Betty committed herself to Christ at an early age. She united with Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of the late Rev. Alexander, and later attended Crenshaw Christian Center under the leadership of the late Apostle Fredrick K.C. Price and most recently Agape Christian Center under the leadership of Pastors James and Wanda Turner, where she served faithfully as an intercessor until her health declined. She was known for her sweet spirit, big heart, smile, generosity, faithfulness, hard work, and love for the Lord. She was a faithful intercessor and was an ordained “Evangelist” under Apostle Frederick K.C. Price for over 35 years. Her cell phone continued to ring after she moved back to Texas, as she was still listed as an intercessor. She married Eugene Burns in Ohio and divorced in Los Angeles California February of 1992. She birthed one daughter who died two weeks after birth. Betty was employed by the late producers Sharyn and Ron Leavitt for many years as the caregiver of their children Samantha Jill and Matt Leavitt. Betty traveled the world with their family, often referring to Samantha and Matt as her own children that the Lord blessed her with. She lived in Flint Michigan, Inglewood and Culver City California, before returning to Bryan in April of 2016.

Her parents, three brothers; Willie B (Lavern) Mosley, Rev. Bennie (Tilda) Mosley, and Charles Mosley, and sisters, Ruthie, Inez, and Gladys Mosley, Gloria (Harry) Robinson, and Barbara Ann Mosley Carter precede her in death.

Betty leaves to cherish her memories one brother Joseph (Mary) Mosley Jr., and a host of nieces, nephews, great and great-great-nieces, and nephews.


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Memorial Service
February 12, 2022

11:00 AM
Trevino-Smith Funeral Home
2610 S. Texas Ave.
Bryan, TX 77802

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