Betty Lou Ormonde (Artesia)

November 11, 2014


Betty shows her #pride58 by giving back to the city where she was born and raised, Artesia.

Retired from working for the City of Artesia, Betty is always active in her community. She is currently a member of the City of Artesia Public Safety Commission, Chairperson for the Red Ribbon Program, a Neighborhood Watch Block Captain, Artesia Historical Society Board Member and is a docent for the Historical House and Fire Station #30 Museums. 

Committed to both her church and her neighbors, Betty recently helped coordinate a community Health Fair for Holy Family Catholic Church in Artesia, an event where families and children were able to learn about local health care resources, along with receiving free vision and dental screenings and care. To bring these services to her community, Betty is a partner with UCLA Filipinos for Community Health, under the direction of Dr. Mafalda Canlas

Betty is the former President of Our Lady of Fatima School parents committee and former President of The Council of Catholic Women. Currently she is a member of Holy Family Pastoral Council, volunteers at the Religious Articles store every Saturday and serves as a Hospitality Minister during Saturday 5PM mass. She also teaches 1st Grade students in the Religious Education Program at Holy Family Church and is a committee member for Emergency Preparedness team at the church.

Betty is a caring and passionate person who is always giving back to Artesia and by example, teaching others the value of community service.