Betty June Randolph died peacefully at the age of 93 on Tuesday, November 17th  at 4:23 am while being treated at the Novant UVA Medical Center in Haymarket, Virginia.
Betty June was born in Miami, Florida and lived in beautiful Coral Gables with her father, Dr. Herman Walter Cook, her mother, Vivian Turner Cook, and her little brother, Buck. As a child, she loved animals and always brought home strays. She also had two pet ducks.
Betty attended Ponce de Leon High then went on to college at the University of Miami. She was a founding member of the Delta Gamma sorority, Beta Tau chapter and sweetheart to the fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon. She was also a princess of the Orange Bowl float and Miss University of Miami.
Betty later became an airline stewardess on Peninsula Airline and met up with the handsome Captain Archibald Cary Randolph IV, who was the chief pilot. Soon after, they eloped and married in Reno, Nevada.
Betty then moved with Arch to Virginia, where they began their lives together, from the sunny palms of Coral Gables to the shady oaks of Grafton Hall in Upperville, home of the late Col. Richard Henry Dulany, Arch’s great-grandfather and founder of the Upperville Colt and Horse Show and the Piedmont Fox Hounds. It was here at Grafton Farm that Betty learned to ride, and she named her horse “the beast”!
After settling down in Upperville, Betty and her family became lifelong members of Trinity Church.
Betty June had many interests. She was a master marksman and won many championship trophies as 1st  marksman and NRA sharpshooter. Betty was a long-time member of the Middleburg Tennis Club, where she was well known for her infamous lob. She also enjoyed gourmet cooking, skiing, poker, and parties.
Betty June Randolph is pre-deceased by her husband, Archibald Cary Randolph IV, her son, Thaddeus Market, and her younger brother, Herman Walter Cook (Buck). She is survived by her son, Archibald Cary Randolph V, her daughter, Jane Cary Randolph, and her step-daughter, Rebecca Ann Dulany Randolph Armstrong, along with six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers please send donations to Middleburg Humane Foundation or any animal shelter of your choice.