Betty-Otto-Obituary

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Betty Ruth Otto

Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Jan 28, 1930 – Jan 29, 2016

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A.L. Mattatall Funeral Home Obituary

OTTO, Betty Ruth (Moir) – 86. It is with great sadness that the family of Betty Ruth Otto announce her sudden passing on January 29, 2016 at the Dartmouth General Hospital. Betty was the youngest child of Clifford A. Moir Sr. and Gladys (Hare) Moir. She was a devoted wife to husband, John George...

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Jean, very sorry to hear of your mother's passing. It sounds like she lived a full life with lots of love surrounding her. Be kind to yourself over the coming months...Leslie Mumford

Art and Mary Send our condolences to you at this sad time. We have been
thinking of you every day.

On behalf of my parents Elaine and Peter Harrison, I offer my sincere condolences to my cousins Jean, Elaine, and John. For me, Aunt Betty offered wonderful summer memories of coming back home to Nova Scotia. To my parents she was the ideal sister-in-law, who solidified the bond we all had with Uncle John and my cousins. She was very much loved by my entire familly, and we will all cherish her memory.

On behalf of IODE Nova Scotia may I offer my sincere condolences in the passing of Betty. I know she was a valued member of her Chapter and that they (and we) shall miss her and her work for IODE.

Sincerely,
Mary Louise Killam
President IODE Nova Scotia

My sincere sympathy to the family in the loss of a lovely lady. I knew Betty as a music teacher colleague when I taught in the Cumberland Schools many years ago. We always had wonderful conversations.

~Charlotte (Fortune) Myers

With our deepesr, heartfelt sympathy in the loss of your Mother.Sheila Putnam & Elizabeth Bacon.

Condolences to my first cousins family. Betty and I were about the same age and attended many school classes together. Her family was active in the Moirs reunions. Sorry, but I am not able to attend service at Christ Church. I am in the Dartmouth hospital for minor surgery.

Jean, Elaine and John and families, our deepest condolences on the sudden passing of your Mom, she was such a lovely and kind person, we will all miss her. I loved talking to her, she told me stories of growing up with my Dad, Uncle Cliff and Aunt Jean, about our grandparents, stories that meant a lot to me to hear especially since I never met our Grandmother or Aunt Jean. Our thoughts are with all of you.

My condolences to Betty's family. I knew Betty from Canoe Lake and remember our visits with great fondness.
Eva Mae Gray