Betsy A. Loveless, 88, passed away Friday, September 30, 2016 at the River Oaks Health Campus in Princeton.

She was born February 19, 1928 to the late Roscoe C. and Edna (McRoberts) Duncan.

She was a graduate of Mt. Olympus High School in 1945 and then was a graduate of Wabash Valley College School of Nursing in 1982. Betsy led a very active life, having served as Trustee of Washington Township, working at the Princeton High School Cafeteria, the Recorderís Office of Gibson County, St. Maryís Hospital and Petersburg Health Care, and was a former Co-Owner/Manager of Patoka Lake Village in French Lick, IN. She was a member of PTO of French Lick, Democrat Womenís Auxiliary, D.A.R., American Legion Auxiliary and the Union Bethel Presbyterian Womenís Group.

She is survived by children, Bob (Cynthia) Loveless of Princeton, Janice Loveless of Carrollton, KY, Leana (Mike) Lewis of Virginia Beach, VA, Tom Fenwick of Everett, WA and Tally Ennen of Fishers, IN; Jane McClaflin of Haubstadt, who was like a daughter; sister, Clara (ExallKimbro  of Mt. Airy, MD;  grandchildren, Jill (Ross) Loveless Hamilton of Carrollton, KY, Nicole (Monty) Loveless Bohannon of Fishers, IN, Lindsay (Chris) Lewis Craig of Chesapeake, VA, Justin (Kacey) Loveless of Bloomington, IN, Lesley Lewis of Norfolk, VA, Tyler (Liz) Loveless of Mt. Olympus, Lance (Ana) Lewis of Baltimore, MD, Lance (Megan) Ennen of Naples, FL, Brieana Fenwick of Richland, WA and Thomas Fenwick of Marysville, WA; great grandchildren, Michael Craig, Nick Post, Jules Hamilton, Ryder Loveless, Jentry Hamilton, Braylon Bohannon, Jameson Lewis, Landon and Sofie Ennen, Jaykob, Josiah and Floyd Fenwick; also many nieces, nephews and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Everett L. Loveless in 1983; brother, John M. Duncan; son, Dale Loveless; grandson, Erik Ennen; sisters-in-law, Ruth (Pauley) Duncan Hume and Joanne Wood Duncan.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, October 7, 2016 at the Colvin Funeral Home in Princeton, with Pastor Larry Dodge officiating. Burial will follow at the Decker Cemetery north of Princeton. Visitation will be from 4 until 8 p.m. Thursday at the Colvin Funeral Home.