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Betty Jane Funk Seufer

January 1, 1919 - January 31, 2013
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Betty Jane Seufer (nee: Funk) gge 94 of Munson Twp., died January 31 at Blossom Hill Care Center, Huntsburg Twp. Born January 1, 1919 in Cleveland, she married Frank Seufer and moved to Geauga County in 1949. She enjoyed crocheting and other crafts. She was known as the “Cookie Grandma” to her grandchildren and theContinue Reading

Karen and Raymond Prosek left a message on February 6, 2013:
So sorry we missed the services. We have so many memories of great times at Aunt Betty's and Uncle Bud's. The chickens the ponies and most of all the hayrides! Please know you are all in our thoughts and prayers. Ray and Karen
The Robbins Family left a message on February 4, 2013:
Our deepest condolences to the Seufer family - especially, our Uncle Ken and Aunt Helen. Wishing you peace and comfort as your family gathers.
Lynn & Stu Fitrell left a message on February 2, 2013:
As with Matthew, I cherish the memories of visits at Aunt Betty's and Uncle Bud's when I was a child and even as a young adult. I was sad to hear of her passing, but buoyed by the fact that such a lovely woman lived 94 years of sharing her delighful presence. The love that Aunt Betty and Uncle Bud had for each other was so evident and was an inspiration to all of us. Lynn & Stu Fitrell
Lynn & Stu Fitrell left a message on February 2, 2013:
As with Matthew, I cherish the memories of visits at Aunt Betty's and Uncle Bud's when I was a child and even as a young adult. I was sad to hear of her passing, but buoyed by the fact that such a lovely woman lived 94 years of sharing her delighful presence. The love that Aunt Betty and Uncle Bud had for each other was so evident and was an inspiration to all of us. Lynn & Stu Fitrell
matthew seufer left a message on February 2, 2013:
I will always remember how much fun we always had at Bud & Betty's. Most of all I cherish the time I enjoyed with both of them when I lived with them for a short while. Betty was the nicest and most thoughtful woman. She loved her family that's for sure. Uncle Bud has waited long enough. She is now in heaven.We will carry on all she has taught us about life. We will miss you Aunt Betty. Prayers to the family. Matthew
Jack and Sandy Robinson left a message on February 2, 2013:
Our deepest sympathy to the Seufer family. We have been honored to know Betty for 60 plus years. Her smile, her warm touch, and her beautiful face is going to be missed. Thank you Betty for being our friend, we love you very much.
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