Betty Rae Hollister was born in Flandreau, SD on August 26, 1922. She died April 30, 2021 in Tooele, UT, at the age of 98 (due to serious injuries).\nShe was the only child of Marshall and Belle Henderson, and grew up in Sioux Falls, SD. She met the love of her life, Bob Hollister, at age 13. They were high school sweethearts. When they graduated in 1940, he went into the Air Corps. She went to live with an aunt in Long Beach, CA, to serve the war effort at Douglas Aircraft Co. Betty and Bob re-connected in California while Bob was serving as a weatherman on Catalina Island. They married August 31, 1944 in Sioux Falls. When Bob’s service ended, they went to Providence, RI where he studied at Rhode Island School of Design. They moved to southern California after Bob graduated and began his career in the aerospace industry. Their only child, Bonnie, was born to them in Culver City, CA on August 13, 1952. After Bob’s death in January 1999, Betty stayed on with Bonnie and son-in-law, Rick. She moved with them to Stansbury Park, UT in September 2009. \nBetty was a woman of great faith. She served countless hours volunteering for churches and charities, usually behind the scenes or in the kitchens. She was a powerful prayer warrior who had global, national, and local prayer lists. She loved Bible study and reading Christian books all her adult life. Betty was also a very gifted craftswoman. She knit all types of clothing without patterns, making her own designs. She was a sculptress, a seamstress, and mastered hand-made crafts of all kinds. Betty had a sharp mind. She enjoyed solving puzzles and amused herself with mind teasers she made up herself. She loved animals and delighted in her many pets. She kept all these activities up into her late 90’s. \nA funeral service will be held Saturday, May 8, 2021 at 11:00 AM with a visitation beginning an hour prior at 10:00 AM: \nMountain of Faith Lutheran Church\n560 S. Main Street, Tooele, UT. \nIt will be presided by Betty’s son-in-law, Pastor Rick Ehrheart, and followed by lunch at the church. Interment will be in Ocheyedan, Iowa. Plans are underway for a memorial prayer garden. Contact Mountain of Faith Lutheran Church if you wish to participate in any way.\nBetty is survived by her daughter and son-in-law Bonnie and Rick Ehrheart; her grandson Matt Ehrheart, niece Laura Pentecost, and her adopted family in Christ. She is preceded in death by her parents, husband, and many lifelong friends. \nThanks be to God for a long life, well lived, in His service! AMEN.