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Meyer, Elizabeth A. (Yorkey)

Rochester: November 6, 2013 at age 90. Predeceaed by her husband, Raymond Johnson. Survived by her daughter, Nancy (Alan Nye) Meyer; grandchildren, Charles (Shelly) Rogers, Bonny (Rob) Altamura; great grandchildren, Amanda Kendt and Anthony Altamura. Betty was a graduate of the Eastman School of Music and former owner of Bullwinkle's Cafe' in Rochester.

Family and friends are invited to call 4-7 FRIDAY at Miller Funeral and Cremation Services, Inc., 3325 Winton Road South, where services will be held on SATURDAY At 11 AM. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to St. John's Home. To leave an online condolence please visit www.miller1889.com






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Published in Rochester Democrat And Chronicle on Nov. 7, 2013.
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October 25, 2018
I will miss Betty. She gave me a chance at playing banjo with her band at the Bullwinkle cafe.
Mike Kornrich
November 8, 2013
So many wonderful nights of entertainment in my young days at Bullwinkles with my friends. Betty was an inspiration and gave us all a wonderful memory.
Jim Bales
November 7, 2013
I had only been to Bullwinkle's twice, both times to see Dreamland Faces perform. It was the only place I could ever imagine them performing.

For the crazy, Christmas light-entwined legacy of Bullwinkle's and for my good friend Nancy I am forever grateful. Thank you!
Dave Duncan
November 7, 2013
Betty was a very unique, giving and wonderful woman who treated everyone she crossed paths with like they were special. She had a booming business at Bullwinkle's Café for many years and was a great musician & entertainer and made everyone feel welcome. She would welcome everyone to the microphone to do their "thing" and could play her accordion like no other person I know. She will be missed by many. RIP Betty!
Carolyn Zook
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