Betty Anne (Manners) Beaubien

Born: Fri., Sep. 30, 1938
Died: Thu., Feb. 7, 2013

No services to be held

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Betty Anne Beaubien, 74 years, of Montgomery, Michigan, passed away Thursday, February 7, 2013 at Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers, Bryan, Ohio.  Betty was born September 30, 1938 in Wyandotte, Michigan, the daughter of the late Matt and Helen (DeBolt) Manners, Sr.  She was a 1956 Wyandotte Roosevelt High School, Wyandotte, Michigan.  She married Eugene P. Beaubien in Trenton, Michigan, and he preceded her in death in October 2006.  Betty was a homemaker and she also volunteered at the Mitchell Research Center, Hillsdale, Michigan.  Betty enjoyed genealogy, reading and watching classic movies.

Surviving are her three sisters, Diane (Elbert) Lekity of Brownstown, Michigan, Louise (David) Jones of Kissimmee, Florida and Donna (Terry) Stephens of Flat Rock, Michigan;  one brother, David (Kathleen) Manners of Flat Rock, Michigan;  numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews.  She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Eugene and one brother, Matthew “Sonny” Manners, Jr.

There will be no visitation and her services will be private.  Arrangements are under the care of Oberlin-Turnbull Funeral Home, 206 North Lynn Street, Bryan, Ohio.

Those planning an expression of sympathy are asked to consider memorials to the American Heart Association.

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Nicki and Ricky
   Posted Sat February 09, 2013
Betty has been an amazing woman in our life. We have rented from her for the past three years and have enjoyed having her as our landlady. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and she will be dearly missed by Ricky and myself. Rest in Peace, Betty. Thank you for being such a kind, wonderful lady.

Carol and Tom Dicks
   Posted Sat February 09, 2013
Aunt Betty was truly a special person. We just called her last week and she seemed happy and busy with the Library work. I'm glad our last words to her were that we loved her and she loved us. I know she will be greatly missed by all who knew her, especially her family. Our deepest sympathies for your loss.

Cheryl & David Ruse
   Posted Mon February 11, 2013
Aunt Betty was a very special aunt. We talked frequently about anything and everything. She loved her work and her friends and was never lonely. We will miss her tremendously. Rest in peace Aunt Betts.

Lori Zeiler
   Posted Mon February 11, 2013
I spent a lot of time with Betty at the Mitchell Research Center. She always greeted me with a smile and excitement in her voice. We exchanged stories of our families & she helped me find what I was looking for in my research. Sometimes I couldn't leave without a hug. I will miss her dearly on my weekly trips to the research center. May she rest in peace.
Lori, a fellow genealogy buff.

Rod & Pat Miller
   Posted Wed February 13, 2013
Rod & I got to know Betty when she dropped by one day to introduce herself years ago when we bought our cottage. She was always checking up on Chuck & Rod who worked with her in the Lake Association.(and also pretty ornery when she came around) We will miss seeing her around Little Long.

Rod & Pat Miller
Hamler, Ohio

   Posted Wed February 13, 2013
My sympathy to all of Betty's family members. Although I never met any of you personally she talked so much about them I felt as if I knew you, especially the triplets or trips as she called them.

Betty and I worked together since she joined the Friends of Mitchell Research Center in 1998. We worked 1 or 2 days together every week and became fast friends. Her loss will be felt by me and all the other members for a very long time

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