As Becky strolled through a gallery of the museum of Modern Art, a man stepped toward her, saying “Hello Becky, I’m Andrew Wyeth. Will you join me in my paintings?” And so, Becky left this world July 19, 2018, to become a part of the larger universe of beauty and art she loved so well, leaving us to remember her grace, charm, wit, elegance, and amazing ability with a scarf. The students and former colleagues of Woodford County High School will remember the great warmth and love she felt for them during the 31 years of teaching art there. She will also be remembered for her love of teaching. She taught art for over 30 years at Woodford County schools.
Her surviving family, son, Russell Clark Blair; grandchildren, Chase Tyler Blair, of Brooklyn, NY; and Shelby Robbins Blair, of Lexington; special friend, Elizabeth Ann Irvin; and many friends of every kind. Now she is happy to be with her husband, Charles Vernon Blair; her loving parents, Edna Randol and Russell C. Bishop; and her brother, Donald Russell Bishop; as they explore the great beyond.
Memorial services will take place at a later date.