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By Michele Smith
The Times 

Bette Lou Crothers retires from State Farm

Continues supporting the community

 

Continues supporting the community

DAYTON—This week, Bette Lou Crothers is wrapping up a forty three-year career as an insurance agent in Dayton.

Not to worry, our Town Mother is not leaving us.

“I’m still going to be downtown bugging everybody, doing All Wheels and Christmas Kickoff,” she said.

There is nothing retiring about this hard-working Dayton booster.

In high school and during college breaks, Crothers worked at Dorsey’s restaurant waiting tables. After she and Gene Crothers got married and began raising a family, she caught on at the local cannery during the summer mont...



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