Elizabeth Kerr

Walnut Creek, California

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Elizabeth: So many years; so many rehearsals -- where did all the years go? I appreciated your sense of humor and your knowledge and love of music. You are very missed but we will all meet again on the other side. The only good part of your leaving, is that you are with Jack again. See you later, my very dear friend!

Bob Leighton (and non-singer, Lyn)

We are sorry to learn of Betty's death. We enjoyed her company along with Jack and your family when all of us were much younger. You girls were marvelous and trusted baby sitters, skills you learned, we are sure, from your mother's example. We admired Betty for her intelligence, humor and commitment to causes she supported. We know all of you will miss her very much, but we know the world is better for her having been here.


Elizabeth's Obituary

Elizabeth KerrFebruary 11,1920 toSeptember 22, 2013Resident of ConcordAfter a full and satisfying life, Elizabeth Jean Turner Kerr, 93 died at home in Concord. She was predeceased by her husband, Jack. Elizabeth was a long time resident of Concord; since the times when there were more almond and...

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