I've just written this piece for F.Schumacher. Please take a moment to check-in and see what Katherine Hepburn might have been up to during this pandemic. Hope you take something away from her tenacious spirit. ~pgt
a simple cotton dress of blue, for I, have loved the skies.
circumscribed in pine and yew—and lilies of the field-BCT
Betty Anne Cushwa Tapp, 89 of Roxboro, died Wednesday, February 26, 2020, at her home. Born, April 12, 1930, in Roxboro, to parents George Joseph Cushwa and Bessie Pettigrew Cushwa. She attended Woman’s College in Greensboro, pursuing her love of art and singing. She continued her love of painting, and poetry sharing her work with family and friends throughout her life.
She said her greatest accomplishments were her three children, instilling in them her sense of kindness, and her acceptance of every individual regardless of their diverse beliefs or station in life. She is preceded in death by her one and only love, husband Norman Lewis Tapp; and three of her siblings, Helen C. Gentry, Annette C. Snipes, and George Cushwa Jr. Surviving are her children, Paul Norman Tapp and his wife Joanne Reed of Fairfield, Iowa, Kevin Cushwa Tapp of Winston-Salem and Patricia Gaye Tapp of Roxboro; sister, Hanky C. McFadyen of Roxboro; two grandchildren, Elizabeth Tapp and her husband Adam Ewing, and Jeremy Tapp. A private memorial service will be held in the home. In remembrance of her life, Betty would encourage you to donate to the charity or cause you most believe in.