Betty L. Brogan, 80, of Glasgow
Betty L. Brogan, 80, of Glasgow, died Friday, December 21, 2018 at the Medical Center at Bowling Green. She was born in Harlan, KY the daughter of the late Sherman and Avis Fields Dudley. Betty was a former administrative assistant for the Glasgow-Barren County Chamber of Commerce and was an Artist who loved to paint in with watercolors. She was a member of Glasgow Baptist Church and the Messengers Sunday School Class, had been a member of the Glasgow Garden Club and was a former President of the Art Guild of the Barrens.
Survivors include her husband, Bill Brogan; son Keith Brogan and wife Lisa of Flower Mound, TX; a granddaughter Payton Brogan; brother Jimmy Dudley and wife Sandra of Corpus Christie, TX and a step-brother Bill Clinton Shepherd of Glasgow. She was preceded in death by a daughter Kimberly Ann Brogan.
Funeral services will be 2:00 PM Wednesday, December 26that the A. F. Crow & Son Funeral Home with burial in the Glasgow Municipal Cemetery. Visitation will be on Wednesday from 11:00 am until time for the service.
Expressions of sympathy may take the form of memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society or the Messengers Sunday School Class at the Glasgow Baptist Church.
So sorry for your lost. Knew Betty briefly a while back on very sweet lady.she will be missed.
Beautiful lady, inside and out. Love and prayers, God Bless
Our hearts are broken. Praying for God’s peace.
So very sorry. Know that I am thinking of you.
I am so very sorry for your loss. What fun and wonderful memories we all shared. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Love, Linda
So sorry for Betty’s loss. I know it is a difficult time for you, Bill. John just loved you. Know I am praying for you.
I am saddened beyond words to learn of Betty’s passing. They say we are each a part of all those we meet, and I am indeed richer for having known you and Betty. The most fortunate students are those who come to know their teachers as friends. The Brogans have taught me much–character, courage, friendship, and a little music.
Blessings on you all.
Sorry I can’t seem to call you Bill! We are so sad to hear about Betty’s death. We were so happy to see you both a couple of years ago and have mentioned you both often. Betty was a very strong lady and her passing has left a huge empitness in your life and heart. We are thinking of you and your family and pray that the coming days are filled with only good memories of her.