Elizabeth Ann "Betty" Abercrombie
Sorry for the loss of your loved one. No one wants to see a loved one go. That's why we all can look forward to the paradise earth, where death will be no more.
To My Beautiful Aunt Betty,
How wonderful it must be to walk amongst the angels in Heaven and with loved ones already there! I am more than a little envious!
Although I didn't get to see you often, my memories of you are fond ones...like when you took us water skiing on the Gulf, and when you made hot chocolate for the carolers, and the time you made sure I was on the plane when I mixed up the airports...and how thoughtful you were for making up a care package for my brother and me to take on our trip home! All of these are but small tributes to the many things I know you did for your family and for others; they did not go unnoticed. I will remember your beauty, your strength and your vitality, always.
Please give a big hug to my Uncle Bo and to Mommo and Poppo from me. I smile to think of the time you are all having and I am looking forward to seeing you again.
Meanwhile, we will miss you as we wait for such a time.
Much love from your niece,
Please accept my condolences at the loss of your Mother, I regret that I am unable to travel because of my recent hospitalization that limits my travel. May God be with you and bless the life of Betty.
Ann, Tony & Andy...I pray you each find some comfort in these next few days. Knowing your mother (and Bo) was a pleasure. My fondest teenage years were coming to the April Sound house and hanging with Ann.
Ann I love you and I will see you soon.
Dena Busa - Fake
I have known Betty and the Abercrombie's since 1976 when we all moved into April Sound. I am good friends and attended high school with Ann. Betty was active in the community, loved tennis and golf but mainly loved her family. She would chaperone our athletic trips in high school and was such a hoot to have around. Her stroke 30 years ago did not hold her back and she was an inspiration to us all. She and my dad shared the same birthday and would celebrate together. My fondest memory was them dressing up as pumpkins. I will miss her deeply. I am so very sorry for your loss Ann. Know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.