Elizabeth P. Sanderson



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Sanderson, Elizabeth P. NORTH GREENBUSH Elizabeth "Betty" P. Sanderson, 93, died Tuesday, February 21, 2012 at Van Rensselaer Manor surrounded by loved ones, after a brief illness. Born in Lyons, Neb., Betty had been a resident of East and North Greenbush for more than 60 years. She had...

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Kathy & Keith,So sorry to hear of your loss.Betty will remain in all of our hearts forever She was a great lady to all of us.God Bless

Mom's memory is a testament to how powerful a helping hand can be. I feel lucky that I shared this wonderful woman's generous and kind spirit with so many people.

"Betty" Sanderson was like my second mother. Her son Keith, and I, were inseperable growing up. Mrs. Sanderson saw me through many, many things and I was proud to be her son's "best Man" at his wedding. This dear lady will always be in my memory. "Absent from the body, present with the Lord."

Grandma, I will miss you. You touched my heart in so many ways. I was always so proud to be your grand daughter, you were loved by so many people because of your gentle ways and kind heart. I will never forget the time you spent with us. Love, Christine

We always looked forward to Charlie and Betty returning to Lyons, NE for visits. Betty is going to missed by all of us. They also were very good to us when we would go to NY. Never a dull moment. She always was such an elegant lady with her hair and clothes. They made many many trips back to Nebraska while Grandpa & Grandma Sanderson were alive.
Don and Regena Dean, Lincoln, NE

Dear Kathy and family, You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Kathy, Bill and I extend our condolences on your loss. May your mother's memory be a blessing to you and may her example of a life well lived be her memorial. Carol Davis and Bill Blain

Saying goodbye is difficult but knowing love ones are together again is comforting . May each of you feel the peace that comes with this knowledge. Also, may your memories carry you though this difficult time and after.


I miss you so much already.

I can't imagine living the rest of my life without seeing your smiling face or hearing your laugh. You have ALWAYS been there for me. You always had a story to tell, a listening ear, an encouraging word and always unconditional love to give. I love you with all my heart and cannot thank you enough for being the grandma I never had the chance to know. I couldn't have asked for anyone better. I know you are up in heaven with grandpa...