Betty Boyle Replogle passed away peacefully on June 18, 2022. Betty was a devout Christian and a long-time member of All Souls Episcopal Church where she served for a number of years on the Altar Guild and as a volunteer with Mobile Meals, for which she baked many loaves of bread. Betty also was a member of the Junior League, the Wednesday Review, and the Art League. She was born in Purcell, Oklahoma on April 19, 1923, to Alberta Connor Boyle and James Philip Boyle, both of whom predeceased her, as did her three siblings, James Philip Boyle, Jr. and Mary Connor Wetzel of Oklahoma City, and Robert Michael Boyle of Dallas, Texas. Betty attended the University of Oklahoma and was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. She was happily married to Dee Albert Replogle for 63 years until his death in 2006. Betty was a fantastic mother and wife, who shared her time generously with her family and friends and constantly tried to help those in need. She adored dogs, always owning at least one, the last of whom, Heidi, seldom left her side when she became less mobile. Betty was a gifted artist, musician, and linguist, able to read and speak English, Spanish, French, and Latin. Despite her considerable abilities, she was unfailingly modest and unassuming. Senator David L. Boren appointed Betty to serve as a member of the Judicial Selection Committee which nominated candidates for the federal judiciary in Oklahoma. Betty and Dee provided their children with a loving home and their decorum and obvious love and respect for each other provided exemplary role models. She is survived by her four children, Dee A. Replogle, Jr., his wife, Penny Stark Replogle, Mary Elizabeth "Betsy" Replogle, and Robert C. Replogle, all of Oklahoma City, and Jamie Replogle Lake, and her husband, Brenton G. Lake, of Dallas, Texas, two grandchildren, Dee Albert "Cody" Replogle, III, and E. Elizabeth Lake, two step-grandchildren, Christopher Stark Allen and William O. Allen, IV, daughters-in-law Stacey Rist Allen and Lone Allen, and four step-great grandchildren, Tillie, Grace, Hadley, and Peyton Allen, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. The family would like to thank Betty's devoted caregivers, including Guadalupe Brito, Ruth Muchiri, Monica Mwaura, Maggie Muthee, Pam McDermott, Visiting Angels, and Laura Lynn Home Health for the loving care and attention they provided Betty during the last years of her life. Donations can be made to All Souls' Episcopal Church, the All Souls' Anglican Foundation, or the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation.