Betty Jane Pernot

Betty Jane Pernot

January 08, 1927 - November 28, 2006

Betty Jane Pernot

January 08, 1927 - November 28, 2006


Pernot, Betty, 79, passed away suddenly on Tuesday, November 28, 2006. ?B.J.? was born January 8, 1927 in Sisseton, South Dakota and lived her young adult life in Rockford, Illinois before moving to Southern California in 1962. She had lived in Mission Viejo for the past 10 years.

Betty retired from the Los Angeles County Department of Social Services after 25 years.

She is survived by her son, Rory and his wife Mary; daughter, Laura Lowe and her husband William; 3 grandchildren, Christina, Joshua and Dane; sister, Mary Lou Caumiant and brothers, Gene and Leo Kleindl.

She was preceded in death by her husband of 42 years, Rene Pernot.

Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, December 2, 2006 ~ 10:00 A.M.. at O’Connor Mortuary in Laguna Hills, California.

An Interment will be followed at El Toro Memorial Park in Lake Forest, California.

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2 responses to Betty Jane Pernot

  1. Bob Wood says:

    Please accept our condolences in the loss of your Mother. I worked with your Dad many times on the road for Sundstrand and knew him several years before that. One of the last experiences was in Portland, OR around 1980. He was late arriving by a day due to his appearance with all of you on “Family Feud”. I communicated with BJ for several years while your Dad was sick and finally got to meet her in Rockford at an open house at Rene’s brother’s house. She was a wonderful lady as was your Dad, a fine worker and friend. You can always be proud of them both. Our sympathy is with your families at this time.

    Sandy & Bob

  2. Lori Moshier says:

    I was sorry to hear of BJ’s passing. She and “Frenchie” hold a special place in my heart. I worked with Frenchie at White Sundstrand Machine tool for 10 years. We visited CA and dined with them a couple times. Their generosity made for a great time and fond memories. May your memories keep you strong.

    Lori Moshier

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