On the evening of Memorial Day, Monday, May 29, 2023, our beloved Betty Joyce Pritchett, peacefully transitioned to her heavenly home while comforted by her daughter Hally, and family. . A native of Youngsville, Louisiana, Betty settled in Greenville, South Carolina in 1998 to be closer to her family.
Born in Lafayette, LA, she was the daughter of the late Curley J. Vallot, Sr. and Mazie Marle Menard Vallot. Betty graduated from Youngsville High School and attended a fashion design school before beginning her career in the retail industry.
She was employed with TJX Companies as a buyer for Marshall’s retail store in Greenville, SC. Her sense of style and awareness of trends made her an apparel expert for family and friends. She was thoughtful and generous often giving clothes to her daughter and friends.
Betty was fun and humorous and always ready to make a silly pose when in front of a camera or phone. She had a loving heart full of joy and valued the relationships she had with colleagues and neighbors in her assisted living community in Greenville.
In addition to her parents, Betty was predeceased by her husband, Carroll Gene Pritchett; three brothers, Curley J. Vallot, Jr., Jesse Vallot, Rock Vallot; and a godson, Chris “44” Vallot.
Mrs. Pritchett was a member of St. Anne Catholic Church in Youngsville, LA and attended Grace Church in Greenville, SC with her daughter.
Her memory is forever cherished in the hearts of her daughter and son-in-law, Hally and Scott Postlewaite and her adored grandson, Wyatt, all of Greenville, SC; as well as her extended family in Lafayette Parish, Louisiana.
Funeral services for family and friends will include a celebration of life event at Kingsgate Clubhouse in Greenville, SC and a Mass of Christian Burial in Youngsville, LA.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Anne Catholic Church, 201 Church St, Youngsville, LA 70592 or by visiting https://stannechurch.net/.
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