Betty Jo (Perkins) was born on January 25, 1929 to Clyde (Perk) and Opal Jaunita (Franks) Perkins in Fort Supply, Oklahoma. Betty graduated from Selah High School in Selah, Washington. Betty married Vance Thompson and to this union four children were born, Jerry, Steve, Doug, and Ava Jo. Betty Jo was a housewife taking care of her children. Betty Jo loved playing cards, games, and putting puzzles together. Betty Jo loved to read, you could always see her at home reading her books. Betty Jo always had a true smile on her face and a story to tell. Betty Jo had lots of friends young and old. Betty Jo was preceded in death by her parents; Clyde & Opal Perkins, husband; Vance Thompson, children; Jerry Thompson, Doug Thompson, and Ava Jo Keeney. Betty Jo joined her family in heaven on October 13, 2020 at the Western Skilled Nursing and Therapy of Woodward, Oklahoma. Betty Jo is survived by son; Steve Thompson and wife Deanna of Cherokee, Oklahoma, daughter-in-laws; Kim Thompson of Shattuck, Oklahoma, Pam Thompson of Buffalo, Oklahoma, son-in-law; Jim Keeney of Woodward, Oklahoma, Grandchildren; Jason Thompson of Dallas, Texas, Juston Thompson of Miami, Oklahoma, Chad Thompson and wife Mikeena of Woodward, Oklahoma, Katie Jo Martinez of Miami, Florida, Stephanie Tellez of Buffalo, Oklahoma, Cindy Thompson of Mt. Vernon, Washington, Austin Keeney and wife Callie of Edmond, Oklahoma, Erin Keeney of Dallas, Texas, Dannette Braley and husband Cole of Sharon Oklahoma, Stephen Holt and wife Christa of Cherokee, Oklahoma, Letisha Nelson and husband Chris of Cherokee, Oklahoma, Nicole Schrick of Norman, Oklahoma, Michelle Smith and husband Jerry of Kingston, Oklahoma. Sister; Rosa Lee Rogers of Buffalo, Oklahoma, 24 Great Grandchildren; Casen, Cole, Gracie, Sammatha, Aaron, Zander, Mercedes, Johnathon, Bethany, Lukas, Tyson, Izzabella, Landyn, Kale, Lilly, Campbell, Thompson, Weston, Peyton, nieces and nephews, other family and friends, that loved her so much. Betty Jo loved her family, friends, Lord & Savior, Betty Jo will be truly missed by all.