Our deepest sympathy to the Bott family. Aunt Millie was a special woman. She made everyone feel important. As all of our families grew and some moved away, she still remember all of us from the extended Bott family. I am sure the Bott clan was welcoming her into heaven with one of their famous picnic's.
I have always treasured the memories of going to the big house. I remember the big tree in the front decorated with lights. All of you have my deepest sympathy. When I heard Aunt Millie died, I pictured Mary and Uncle Fuddy waiting for her with all of the rest of the Bott clan standing behind to welcome her. I can only imagine the big party. Love to BJ, Peggy and Elizabeth.
To the Bott Family, our thoughts and prayers are with you. With Deepest Symphathy, Patrick & Helen Cassidy
Now I know why it so cold and gray these days . W.Pa. has lost the warmth and light of the wonderfully loving and maternal spirit of Mildred Bott. Eugene introduced me to Mildred on the sad occasion of Mary's funeral and wake. I could tell immediately, I was in the presence of a great and loving woman. She made me feel that I belonged. Heaven will be a better place now that Mildred is with the Lord. I pray for all her family now suffering their loss, especially her son and my friend Eugene Bott. Yours Sincerely, Robert M. Hagins, Brentwood, PA
Dear Mike and family, So sorry to hear about your moms passing. Thinking and sending a prayer your way... Love, Kellie Robbins
My deepest sympathy in the loss of your mom, grandmother and great-grandmother. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.
Bill & Family -
I was saddened to hear the news of your Mother's Passing. My thoughts and Prayers are with you and your family at this time.
We are so sorry for your loss. Your Mom will always be one of the very special ladies of Bridgeville. You are all in our prayers.
Peggy and family...Reading other tributes, you can tell that anyone who entered the Bott home, became part of the family. I have such FUN memories of spending time in your home. So so many vivid memories. I remember your mom and dad both so well. Your family is a very special, blessed family. May the memory of your mom and dad both, carry you through life. God bless! With my deepest sympathies...
Tricia Mullen Riani.
My thoughts & prayers are with all the Bott clan. Like so many, I have nothing but fond memories of the time I spent at their home when I was trying to grow up. Mil always opened her door, her refrigerator & her heart to me. She will be missed.
My deepest sympathy to the Bott family. Millie was a beautiful lady, very funny and always smiling.
My mom married Millie's brother Ed when I was 14. I was new to the family, new to the area, but I always remember how friendly Millie was and how she welcomed me into her home. I fondly remember her kindness towards me and towards my mom. My thoughts and prayers are with the Bott and Gross families.
I'll always remember summer picnics with egg tosses, dipping Kool-aid out of large milk cans and so many kids all over the place. What a wonderful time. Goodbye Aunt Millie and say hello to Uncle Fuddy.
We really have some fond memories of Aunt Millie and Uncle Fuddy and the Bott kids at their home in Bridgeville. I'm sure she's getting a fabulous welcome at the Pearly Gates from Fuddy and the rest of the dearly departed Bott and Gross clans and her many friends. May she rest in peace. Peggy and Dan Barry
Dear Beth & the entire Bott family,
my thoughts & prayers are with all of you during this difficult time. Your Mother was an amazing,loving,caring beautiful woman. I remember going over to the house when I was young & Mrs. Bott always welcomed me as if I was 1 of her children. She made the Bott home a friendly loving atmosphere where I always wanted to stay! The last time I saw Millie,she still had that warm smile & generous hug. She was the true meaning of the word-Mother.God bless the family
All of you are in our thoughts and prayers. Many happy times with the Bott family to remember Millie by forever.
Dear Bott family, Bill and I would like to extend our deepest sympathy on the loss of your mother/grandmother. Whenever we were in town over the Christmas holiday, we enjoyed coming to her house on Christmas Eve and always felt welcome. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time. Karen (Roger's sister) and Bill Malley, Orlando, FL
We knew her as Millie during the many years we worked together at Mt.Lebanon High School.A wonderful cook when meals were still being prepared in-house and a conscientious worker on the maintenace staff whom the students often sought out for a pencil they needed but had neglected to bring from home.She will be missed.
Mr and Mrs Robert Zacur
So many of my fondest childhood memories are with her and my family in that house on Chartiers avenue. I sought her comfort and advice as I grew older and cherish those moments we had together.She will always be in my heart. I will miss her so.
We send our sincere condolences to all ....such a fine woman, and what a cook and baker..May memories of her love and many good times be in your hearts always.
Dear Bott family, I have so many wonderful memories of the times that Brian & I had with Mimi. We loved going to her home where everyone was always welcomed & very well fed.Please accept our deepest sympathy & our love to all of you. While she will be sorely missed here on earth, heaven will have a new, wonderful angel. Much love, Joyce, Jim & Brian
Dear Bott family,
My deepest condolences to you all. Aunt Mil was the first person I met in Joe's family-and what a wonderful introduction it was! I will never forget it. Your mom made me feel right at home -as, I found out later, that was her nature. So giving.....her cooking!.... Her stories....her love for her family....her Faith. She was inspiring. Strong. Loving. I'm quite sure I will never meet another like your mom. I am privileged to have known her and to call her Aunt Mil.
Take solace that her promised journey is now beginning...for this is what she knew would be her reward.
Love much, Kim
To the Bott family,
My deepest and heartfelt sympathy to all of you. You had a wonderful mother, I will never forget how kind she was to me. She had a wonderful sense of humor,always had a smile for everyone.
Please accept my sincere sympathies. May you seek comfort that God provides through the Holy Scriptures. Psalm 119:76 provides solace, "May your loyal love please comfort me, According to the promise, you made to your servant."
Millie will forever remain in our hearts. With Deepest sympathy.
Greg and Diane Jones
When I was in my early 20's and working for Prudential at the time, I will never forget the parties we had at the Bott's house. The love that both Millie and Fuddy had for their family, friends and for each other. They were definitely one of the coupes and families that I always admired. Their love and kindness to all will always be remembered. RIP Millie and give Fuddy a hug from me!
Dearest Bott Family.my very deepest sympathy to each and every one of you. Your Mom and Dad were both an important part of my life growing up. Our parents were good friends and I have so many wonderful memories of many happy times spent with Tom and Mike as children. May you always remember in your heart that Jesus walks with us in all we do...your Mom taught me that when I was getting ready to make my first Holy Communion and I know she lived her life like that..Deepest heartfelt sympathy to all especially my dear lifelong friend Mike. Blessings to all.
Condolences to the Bott family
Mimi will be greatly missed
You are in our thoughts and prayers
We were so sorry to hear of the passing of sweet Aunt Milly. I can just picture all of the Bott aunts lining up to greet her in heaven. Your families will be in our prayers.
Many memories of Uncle Fuddy and Aunt Millie driving to Florida in the "Old Woody". Love and prayers to all.
Susan Finigan Rosen
I will always remember and miss cooking with you and singing......."chestnuts roasting on an open fire". You had a great influence on me, with love, Jackie (Ali) Story
Dear Peg & Family, My deepest sympathy on the loss of your precious mom. I had the privilege of meeting her a few times & she was full of joy & love-much like you, Peg. I pray that your strong faith & your family gathered together will bring you all comfort & peace. I always say that heaven is what my mother deserved & so it is for "Mimi"...job well done. God bless you.