Elizabeth L. (Betty Lou)-Kyle-Obituary

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Elizabeth L. (Betty Lou) Kyle

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John, Duke and I were very sorry to learn of your mother's passing. Our heart felt condolences to you and your family.

Dear John, Kathy and Amy,

I'm sorry to learn of your mother's passing. My deepest sympathy to you and your families.
What a great many hours of enjoyment I had at The Belfry thanks to your mother and father. I'm forever indebted to them.

Jim and I will miss visiting with her and you, Amy, when we go to the Club. She and John were pioneers to bring good theater to the Noblesville community. I always appreciated their dedication for that. Juanita and Jim Harger

She was an inspiration to all who know her. Her enthusiasm will all ways be engraved in our minds...

While Marianne and I never had the pleasure to meet her, we know her qualities based on our knowing her son John. Our sympathy goes out to her family.

John,Kathy,and Amy,...while I didn't have the opportunity to get to know you all, I was privileged know your Mom, Dad and Aunt Paula all my life. They made a point to visit their Aunt Helen May and Uncle Bob Doolittle, my parents, in Mishawaka frequently. I always looked forward to those visits because not only did they always bring joy to my folks, they always brought joy to all who were there. A Life well lived leaves the world a little better by touching another making their life richer....

Sweet Betty Lou how you will be missed by your family, the Belfry family and the community. An era has passed and no one can replace Betty Lou. Thank you for all you did for so many through your passion and giving spirit.
Mary Sue Rowland and family

Betty Lou and John were wonderful people. We recall that every stage entrance by Betty Lou was preceded by an urgent trip to the ladies' room. She was a wonderful actress, a real pro, a joy to work with.
- Scott & Kathy Mason

John, Kathy, and Amy...What a legacy your mom and dad leave behind! They raised great kids and nurtured a love of theatre in many more in Noblesville. BL was a great lady and one of the stage's finest. Love to all! Selma Keeney


Elizabeth L. (Betty Lou)'s Obituary

Elizabeth Louise Kyle (Betty Lou) entered this world in Ann Arbor Michigan on December 12, 1928, and "exited stage left" May 8, 2014. The first daughter of Paul Bryant (Defiance Ohio) and Mary Louise Beiger Bryant (Mishawaka Indiana), Betty Lou graduated from South Bend John Adams High...

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