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Mary E. "Betty" Keiber

Easton, Pennsylvania

1920 - 2020

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March 24, 2020
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Easton, Pennsylvania

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Mary E. 'Betty' Keiber EASTON Mary E. "Betty" Keiber, 100, of Easton, PA, died Monday, March 23, 2020, at St. Luke's Hospital, Anderson Campus. Born February 3, 1920, in Easton, she was the daughter of the late Mary Louise (Helwick) and Clifton Schwenk. A 1937 graduate of Easton High School,...

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To the Keiber Family,
With deepest sympathy for your loss. Mrs. Keiber was a dear friend-- kind, supportive, and understanding. it was always a pleasure to visit and exchange thoughts and family news. She spoke of you all with deep love and affection. It was evident that her family brought her great joy.
Mrs. Keiber was, and always will be, an inspiration to me. It has been a privilege to have her as a friend.

Bob,Sandy and family,
It was such a pleasure and privilege to have known Betty and to have taken care of her. She was my true inspiration.. I always told her that. Sending prayers and comfort to you and your family.
Sincerely,

Bob and Sandy,

So sorry to read of the passing of your Mom, Bob. Brings back memories of Sunday School. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.

bob sandy and family so sorry for your loss mike and Robbie haldaman

The loss of Betty will be felt by so many for so long. She was such a caring, wise and gracious lady who dearly loved her family. We always enjoyed our visits with her and will miss them. We are privileged to have known her. We send our deepest sympathy to the entire Keiber family and wish you moments of peace and comfort as you remember the good times with her.

Thank you for being the "best gram a kid could have!" I love and already miss you SO much.
Too many things to list... of what I loved about you!! You knew and God knows. That is what is most important. You were our matriarch, listening ear, and soft warm hug. Thank you for always being there for ALL of us.
XXOO Love you GG!! Meg, Josh, Noah, Hannah, Eliana, and Emily.

you were always a bright light radiating love and kindness to all of us.

We have had the pleasure of knowing Betty for over 45 years. Betty was the last of our families' previous generation.
She was a perfect example of a caring, delightful, and soft spoken individual.
We always looked forward to seeing her at family gatherings. Betty persevered to age 100. We remember seeing her after her second hip fracture using a walker to attend a family members birthday. We were amazed at seeing her walk up a graded driveway to attend the special ocassion. ...