Elizabeth Ann Manning

Klamath Falls, Oregon


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Elizabeth Ann "Betty" Manning went home to join her parents and her brother on Oct. 6, 2017. Betty was born on Jan. 1, 1951, in Kimball, Neb., because of her fathers career they lived in several amazing places during the early years of her life. As a young teenager her family moved to...

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Betty helped me tremendously during my early career with kids. The wisdom she passed on to me has served me well throughout the years and I will always be grateful. She helped to improve the lives of so many generations of children in our community. A true angel on earth. My love goes out to Ray, Sue, Devlin and all her friends and family.

Ray, Sue and Devlin, Breanna and I were so sorry to hear of Bettys passing. She was a wonderful woman I know she is driving all the pretty little horses right now and smiling down on us all.

Ray, Sue and Devlin you know how sorry I am. I know I will see Betty another time. Her love of family, Friends and animals was a great inspiration to all who knew her.
Her love of "her Kids" at the center touched their lives and families lives be on words.
Stay Strong my friends. May you know Betty is no longer hurting and was welcomed with opened arms I heaven. love you all Pam &Tony

I did not get to know Betty very well, but she had a very strong influence on my son who came to love her and look forward everyday to working with her. We feel the loss. I know my son is a better person because of her. May God give peace to her family and friends knowing she is resting in His arms.

Inspirational. Fun. Dedicated . Trustworthy. A true team player with a heart of gold. My love goes out to Betty's family and friends during this time of loss.

Betty was one of those people that you want to grow up and be like. She was strong yet gentle, loving and lovable, generous with her time and talents. She was a wonderful mother, wife, colleague and friend. She will be missed by many as she left footprints that can be matched by no other person. I send my heartfelt condolences to Ray, Sue, Devlin, Chuck and her dear friends.

Betty & her grandson, Dev.

What a fun day.

Thinking of Betty and wishing her friends and family moments of peace, strength and comfort during this difficult time. Betty's kind and loving soul was loved and truly cherished by so many people. I hope you will find comfort in the love and memories of Betty in your lives.

She was one of a kind. Nothing ever ruffled her in the summer lunch program at IYS. It was always find a solution to the obstacle presented. A kind and caring woman to the children, yoyth, and adults whom she had contact. God took home one of his angels on earth.

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