She moved to Winnipeg in where she worked until before retiring to Elm Creek. Thank you for your understanding.
She is survived by her loving family of husband Wayne; and sons, Duane and Scott Johnson. Betty could always be counted on to lend a helping hand to anyone who needed it. Her happy-go-lucky personality was enjoyed by all who knew her. Search the collection by word or Cree, name, place, occupation or other text: Custom Search Browse surnames beginning with:. This was prepared by Ian Stewart.
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Narrow Search Receive an when a notice is published that matches the criters you specify - for example, Dauphin in the 'Birth City' field. She moved to Winnipeg in and lived there until her retirement in when she moved to Elm Creek.
Betty was predeceased by her parents, John and Dorothy McInnes. Memorable Manitobans : Betty Bennett Athlete. revised: 23 November Memorable Manitobans This is a collection of noteworthy Manitobans from the past, compiled by the Manitoba Historical Society.
Harold Kenyon officiating. Betty was born in Carman, MB, in and attended St.
Doyles Funeral Chapel of Carman in care of arrangements. Her funeral was held in Carman on 19 June Her greatest sporting achievement was winning a gold medal at the Canadian Lawn Bowling championship, playing pairs with her sister Elaine Jones. Unfortunately with the need to moderate tributes for inappropriate content, your comments may take up to 48 hours to appear.
Ceek She was a great cook, took tremendous pride in her home and loved her gardening. Betty was involved in various sports but especially enjoyed golfing, curling and lawn bowling over the years.
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