Elizabeth-Major-Obituary

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Elizabeth A Major

1926 - 2014

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Dear Frank, Even though I did not have a long time to get to know Betty, I cherished the moments of watching you two together. I will never forget her pride in her family when I was visiting your home Glenview. She took time to show all the family pictures as well as her beautiful art work. Everything about Betty showed her wonderful taste and loving attitude toward all she met in life. You have been fortunate to share a life together and good memories will be with you forever. Much love...

Sorry to hear of Aunt Bettys passing. We will always remember her great spirit and warmth. Westcotts, from the Jack and Judy.

Frank--thanks for the opportunity to have met Betty on your last visit to Indianapolis, Sharon and I will remember her in our prayers--god bless you and will see you soon.

Art & Sharon Jones

Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family. May your memories bring you comfort.

I would like to extend my sympathies to the family. I have, of course, never had the opportunity to know her personally but have always admired the many paintings of hers that adorn the walls of Sarah's home. And, for me, it is these expressions of creativity that invite me to ponder the person who created them.

OUR PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU FRANK IN THIS TIME OF YOUR DEEP THOUGHTS.

GARY & CHERYL KARLIN

Frank, My prayers are with You and Your Family. I truly enjoyed and retain the memories of great times with You and Betty. She was a Most Elegant Lady and will be dearly missed. Take Care! Okey

Sending love, prayers and our deepest sympathies to the entire family.

Frank, We are so sorry about Betty. She was a wonderful lady and we know your entire family, including ours, will miss her. You are in our thoughts and our prayers. The Ratliff Family (Mike & Jean, Jim & Paula and Robin)

Obituaries

Elizabeth's Obituaries

Elizabeth A. ?Betty? Major (nee Westcott), age 87, passed away from complications of dementia on February 4, 2014 at the Garlands of Barrington.She is survived by her loving husband of 66 years, Frank A. Major; her three daughters, Robin Lundstrum (the late Jack), Suzanne Barber (Mike), and Nancy...

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