I knew Tom and Betsy for over 20 years. Tom was very keen on playing golf but did so rarely. Onetime, I took him to the range and as most amateurs, we had 6 great shots from a bucket of balls and the rest were duffers. On the way home, that 6 great shots were all we talked about. Betsy was the strong one. I often saw her taking long walks around the neighbourhood in the summer and fall. I will miss that so much. She insisted on helping when I shovelled her driveway after a snowstorm. I can still see her tiny frame and boots with little traction, moved about in the same spot for 20 minutes. In the last year I saw less and less of her, not measured in time but I was losing her slowly. Then losing became a lost this week. I was so glad to have seen her the day before. Betsy, you will have to wait for a while before I can make another pot of soup for you. But I promise that I will, the next time I see you. So bye for now... Simon
My deepest condolences. I have many fond memories of your Mom, Betsy. She was always a loving, vibrant, funny lady. She will be missed! May she rest in peace.
So sorry for your loss. All my memories of Aunt Betsy are filled with laughter, love and always with a smile. An incredibly bright personality who you never forgot once you met her. Big hugs to Christopher, Keith and their families.
Very sorry for your loss.
I was very sorry to hear of the passing of beautiful Betsy Elliott on September 8, 2019.
I have fond memories of her and her late husband, Tom, when I visited them at their home and their wonderful hospitality.