Elizabeth-BEATTY-Obituary

Elizabeth BEATTY

Victoria, British Columbia

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DIED
July 23, 2020
LOCATION
Victoria, British Columbia

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We are saddened to announce the sudden but peaceful passing of Elizabeth “Liz” Beatty on the morning of July 23rd at Royal Jubilee Hospital. An effervescent and loving fixture in the town of Sidney and North Saanich’s dog parks, she will be remembered and missed by many. Liz always led with love....

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Liz Beatty had the zest of life. I worked for Liz maintaining her irrigation system.
Rocky (my dog) and I would always look forward to seeing Liz. She would always have a little treat for Rocky and no matter my mood she would make me feel and I would leave feeling better then when I came.
We will miss her, amazing woman.

I want to add my voice to the many who expressed shock and sadness about Liz's passing and send my condolences to her family and friends. I was another who met Liz and Diva at Horth Hill. My dog and I and other walking friends encountered them regularly on our morning walks. Diva would bark her greetings and we would enjoy a friendly smile and chat with Liz. It was part of the pleasure we took in our daily outings to the Park. She will always be fondly remembered among the regular walkers...

I had the pleasure of meeting Liz when I was the Manager at the RBC Sidney Branch from 1987-1992. Our paths crossed again when I was transferred to the Broadmead Branch. Who can forget her warm and genuine smile. She was so proud of her family and her 3 boys; Marvin, Walt and Peter. She was thrilled when she had the opportunity through Marvin to go to the White House during the Obama administration to help decorate the Christmas trees. A live well lived

So sad to hear Liz has left us. I was an occasional recipient of poodle love on dog walks when I was visiting my mum Ann in Sydney, who was a great friend of Liz’s as was my father before his passing a number of years ago. I saw many a thoughtful present, beautifully wrapped always, visits from Liz, and many fun “girls” lunches and glasses of wine with the dog walkers while on flying visits to the “south”. It will be a sad day when I next join my mum with the dog walkers and give Diva a pat...

We will miss you, Liz. Meeting up with you at Horth Hill always gave the morning a little extra shine.

We had a short but privileged friendship with Mrs. Beatty who we affectionately called "Mrs. Beauty" - she radiated beauty, inside and out. As her dry-cleaner, we admired how well dressed she was - all the time, with no exception. She was a very engaging, loving person who we will fondly remember yet miss, ever so terribly.

We only knew Liz for a short time, meeting her and Debra walking Diva and Tula , when we were walking our dog. A real fun loving personality, always smiling- a true sweetie. We shall miss her a lot.....

May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.

My children and I became fast friends with Liz and Diva while they hiked the trails of Horth Hill, rain or shine, with Deb and Tula in tow. (Who was walking whom?) Luckily for us, they passed by our house on their ventures, so much like clockwork that my 3 year old daughter, Emma, would say “Mommy, is it time to go outside to see Diva and Tula?” We would race to the fence and enjoy our chats, a little solace of normalcy for us all during these times away from family. Sharing stories and many...