Betty Jean (Clanton) Robertson (87) joined her heavenly family on December 23rd, 2019 at Elkridge Assisted Living in Elkridge,Utah. She was born March 14, 1932 in Panama City, Florida to Daniel Davis Clanton and Mamie Lee (Melvin) Clanton who pre-deceased her. She was also pre-deceased by a brother, Daniel Davis Clanton, Jr, a sister Helen Louise (Piechotka) and sister Dorothy Lee (Ruse) who predeceased her by three and one-half hours. She is survived by sons Robbie Lee Robertson (Jennifer) of Deridder, Louisiana, Roger Dewey Robertson (Maria) of Pacific Washington, Dewey Lee Robertson (Valarie) of Fresno California, daughter Dawn Elizabeth (Bob) Ostler of Taylorsville, Utah 25 grandchildren, twelve great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren. She is also survived by three brothers, William Melvin Clanton of Quitman Georgia, Robert Darrell Clanton of Springville Utah, and Nephi Pratt Clanton of Pensacola Florida.\n\nShe graduated from Bay High School in Panama City in 1949 and a year later served her first mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in the Southern States Mission at age 18. After her mission she met and married Dewey Lee Robertson with whom she had her four children. They later divorced. She worked and struggled to raise her children alone and never remarried. \n\nShe took piano lessons at age 8 and learned very quickly because her small branch needed a piano player. She spent most of the rest of her life playing the piano or organ in her branch or ward. She was always actively involved in church music, either playing, conducting or singing. She served in many other callings. She spent a great deal of time in genealogical research. Her greatest passion, other than her family, was missionary work among the living and the dead. After retirement she served a mission in the Family History Department of the church.\n\nShe will be greatly missed by her family but know she is rejoicing with family that preceded her. She will especially be looking for those with whom she shared the gospel in this life and those she searched out through family history that may have accepted the gospel in the spirit world.