Betty J. Moore, 74, of Unadilla, Nebraska, passed away July 16, 2022. She was born May 17, 1948 to Rudolph and Marie Sadecky.\nBetty was one of a kind, brutally honest and out spoken. You always knew where you stood with her! I don't think she ever missed one of Monty's track meets, she even borrowed a big old ghetto car to go to Des Moines to watch him! She didn't miss any of Lacie's high school rodeos even though she dreaded the few times she had to drive the truck and trailer.\nOver the years she opened her door to many, some of those became like family. Singing songs like Billy the Bull Rider after a rodeo or around a camp fire was one of her favorite things to do, well singing any song!\nShe battled a long time to over come different medical issues, but overtime she grew tired.\nShe is in a better place now pain free, singing her songs she loved and dancing in her high heels!\nBetty is preceded in death by her parents.\nShe is survived by her husband of 50 years, Ronald Moore; son, Monty Moore; daughter, Lacie (Travis) Sturdy; grandson, Kaysen Sturdy; and granddaughter, Tinley Sturdy.\nThere will be a Celebration of Life at a later date.