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I will always have good memories of you and your Brother and the love of your pets. It was my pleasure to know you and be trusted to take care of the fur babies when you travelled. You will be missed.


Posted by: Donna Sheridan    Feb 11, 2015

Betty was an icon and pioneer in art education in our state. Spartanburg was the gold standard when I began my career as an art teacher. I will miss her deeply.


Posted by: Leo Twiggs - Orangeburg, SC   Feb 11, 2015

I remember Betty as a talented and enthusiastic artist with very fond memories as
the visiting art teacher at Pine Street School.


Posted by: Ann Stoddard - Spartanburg, SC - former student   Feb 10, 2015

Betty was a great asset to arts education in our state. I have not seen her often in recent years, but she always remembered. I sometimes saw her at the Peace Center. My condolences .....


Posted by: Edith Davis - Laurens, SC - Arts educator in SC   Feb 10, 2015

Family of Dr. Bramlett: I am sorry for your loss. I remember her as a devoted lover of the arts. I am a former secretary at Carver Jr. High...70's.


Posted by: B. Joyce Washington - Spartanburg, SC   Feb 10, 2015

I was one of those young minds influenced by Miss Bramlett in the 1950's. She inspired me to be creative and to have a life-long appreciation for things artistic. Thank you, Miss Bramlett.


Posted by: Rachel Bethea Bowling - Southlake, TX   Feb 10, 2015

Dearest Betty , Thankyou for being a mentor to me! You always had words of encouragement and support. I will miss your emails and phone calls and lunches with Jean! I will miss your laughter and talks on art and new ideas in the art world! Your love for your animals were so precious! Your twinkle in your eye when you talked about your dear Brother will be missed! The beautiful abstract works with your woven pieces placed in the

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Posted by: Mary Ann Powell Kirby - Spartanburg, SC - Close Friend   Feb 10, 2015