thinking of you each time I see the cardinals.
To all our Cousins: We will miss Aunt Bett's big smile and infectious laughter. Our memories of growing up and getting to spend time at Aunt Betty's house are filled with fun and lots of activity. what a treat it was to go spend a weekend with the 'cuz's. Aunt Betty always made us feel at home and there was never a doubt that there'd be room for one or two more! The station wagon may have been crowded, the dinner table cramped, but there was always enough food and love to spare. We will miss her. With love from: Cousins Sherry and Skip
To all of Betty's family... I will miss my weekly visits with Betty. She was so proud of all of you. It took a little time but she adapted to the changes in her life. She prayed a lot and it was grace that guided her. She was gregarious and always had a smile for others. I will always remember her for sharing her love of St. Mary's Church in Clinton. He kidding words of "try it, you might like it" brought me to a new parish home. Betty was my angel and I will always remember her. Peace to all of your hearts...
Steve & Lisa - Kevin just told us yesterday about the loss of your Mom. We send our deepest sympathy to your family at this very difficult time. We did not know your Mom very well, but do recall her friendly ways.
Aunt Adrienne and Uncle Mike
Steve and Lisa, Nancy and Jeff; our thoughts and prayers are with you and all your families. Betty was a wonderful and caring woman, she will be missed by so many.
Am very saddened to hear of the loss of Grandma Betty. She was a wonderful woman. She is back together with her husband, and together they can look down upon all of you with the smiles they always had. My thoughts go out to the entire family.
Susan, you could tell by my voice how shocked I was when you called me about your Mom the day I planned to visit her at Hospice. She was a special long time friend and there will always be a sad place in my heart now that she is gone.But I will also remember the many happy times from our very young days at college in New Haven,our recent phone calls and notes and even the day we spent together this summer at Branford Point enjoying a beautiful day ~ acting like a couple of school girls. Sadly,I plan to say goodby to her on Tuesday.
Sorry to hear of Betty's passing. "Gravel Gerty" as she was known by us that worked with her in Holcombes Drug Store in our High School days was my "mentor" in how to work behind the soda fountain. She always had a smile and was fun to be with. She will be missed...
John Sause Conway, SC ( a former East Havener )
Sorry to hear about your mother and wish we could be there in person to express our sympathy, but we're still in FL. We shared many fun and varied experiences with both your mother and father. Anne and Al Shanley
We will miss Betty's smiling face at our monthly "First Wednesday" Senior Mass and luncheon at St. Mary Branford (as part of the Gardenside group.) May she rest eternally in the arms of Christ. Lisa, Parish Secretary, St. Mary Branford.
What a wonderful lady and a great teacher. She will be missed.
Steve, Lisa, and family... Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Although we were not fortunate enough to have met Steve's mom, if her children are a reflection of her good will, friendship, and spirit, then we can only imagine what a wonderful impact she made on all lives that she touched. I am sure that she will be watching over your children from heaven the way she watched over you all in life. We hope you find solace in knowing that she is now with her husband and siblings and her body is at peace.
With love and support,
The Melnick Family
I am deeply sorry for the loss of your mother. She was always such a wonderful person. You are all in my thoughts.