Beth Bramlett Anglin Bell passed away peacefully on February 6, 2018 in her home in Spring, Texas surrounded by family and friends. Beth was born on July 6, 1932 in Marshal, Texas to Robert A. and Sidney Faye Bramlett. She is preceded in death by her parents, her brother, Bob Bramlett, husbands Bob Anglin, Doug Gambrell, Earnest Ramsey and Jack Bell. Beth is survived by her children; Karen Strole and husband David Strole, Jana Valentine, Mike Anglin and wife Colleen and Bob Anglin; step-daughter Donna Evans; grandchildren; Lee and Mark Strole, Valerie Swartzentmber, Travis Anglin and Clay Anglin and wife Ashley, great-grandchildren; Gage, Carter and Logan Anglin and loving doggie "Willie". Beth graduated from Longview High School and has been a proud and loyal "Lobo"Â for life and loved to help with the class reunions and visit with classmates. A very important and special time in her life was being a member of the famous high kicking Rangeretts at Kilgore Junior College. Just weeks before her death she could still give a good rendition of that kick. After marrying Bob Anglin they lived in Colorado and California where they would take the children camping to the beach, theater and do "exciting" things before they returned to Texas. Beth loved her children and worked hard to see that they had a happy childhood. Beth worked at Sears for 20 years before becoming owner of Gambrella's Gifts, a Christmas Store with husband Doug, in Old Town Spring. Thereafter she retired for the next 20 years traveling throughout the United States, Europe and cruising the Caribbean. Beth and Jack lived in Huntsville, Texas for several years where they made many good friends and enjoyed a comfortable life style. She was a member of the Huntsville Newcomers Club, the Huntsville Study club and The Primetime Dancers, a dance group at Sam Houston State University. Beth had many talents, she loved to dance, paint, arrange flowers, sew, decorate Christmas trees and her house, and entertain. She had a smile and warm welcome for everyone with her bubbly and spontaneous personality. Beth loved life, she loved people. Beth was at peace and knew that her time was here, she was ready. She always said that she had "lived a full life and good and after all she was 85 years old!!!" The Addison family and staff extend our deepest condolences to Beth's family and friends.
Special Instructions/Comments: The family has asked that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to www.SchnauzerRescueTexas.me