Elizabeth Bryan

Minneapolis, Minnesota


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Aunt Betty was a sweet woman I always admired for all her vitality, dancing, travelling and interests that she had in life. From Paraguay, we send our love and prayers for the family.

I was a young girl starting Northrup back in '68 and Betty Bryan, along with Miss Gray, were the first people I met there. She was very kind to me. I also knew Betty Bryan as our neighbor in Kenwood when we lived next door to her lovely home for a few years in the '70's - she had a beautiful garden and a sweet little dog too. Blessings to her family and friends.

Betty was a wonderful colleague. When I became head of Northrop Collegiate School, I had much to learn. Betty was one of those people who helped me grow. I will always be grateful to her. My sympathy to her family.

Dear family and friends of Betty,

She was always a very sweet and lovely lady. :) I will miss seeing her at family gatherings, but I am so glad that she is in the dear Savior's arms now. May she sleep peacefully until Yeshua/Jesus returns and then she will rise again!

Love and God bless,
Abby (I am the niece of her nephew Steve)

1 Thessalonians 4
[14] For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so them also which sleep in Jesus will...

Aunt Betty was the nicest and most interesting woman. We enjoyed countless conversations about her travels and work at Blake school as the Principal. I can't think of a nicer person to work for as a teacher. She will be greatly missed at the Carter family get togethers. You are all in our prayers. She will make a wonderful Angel. Our Ashley will surely enjoy her up there in the heavens.

Kathy/Steve/Debbie and kids - Prayers and thoughts your way. Aunt Betty was an amazing person, always smiling and happy to talk and catch up w/us at the holiday family gatherings. We'll miss her...Love, Mark, Darcy & Brooklyn

I always enjoyed seeing Aunt Betty at family gatherings at my aunt and uncles house, and I am happy to hear about all the things she did in her full life (I never knew she saw the polar bears!). She lived a fantastic life, may she rest in peace among nature and the birds. As I am writing this I hear the caws of a raven outside.

I taught under Betty as an art teacher when she was Director of the Northrop Collegiate Lower School. I enjoyed our week conferences and saved up all my questions for them. She nurtured teachers as well as students. She made the long drive to Fridley in 2001 when I was up from Florida for a few days. We had a special relationship - sharing love of the arts and children. I feel blessed by having known her.

Betty was a member of the Eden Prairie Woman Club. We enjoyed her stories of times gone by, especially her wedding.
Member of the Woman Club