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Funeral Service

28th Aug 2020 12.30PM
Director:Morse Funeral Services
Address:Slough Crematorium, Stoke Road, Slough, SL2 5AX
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Betty Smith

Betty Smith

17th Jun 1921 - 15th Aug 2020
99 years
This site is dedicated to the memory of Betty Rosemary Smith who died on the 15th August 2020. She is much loved and will always be remembered. Betty's Funeral Service will be held at 12.30 on Friday 28th August at Slough Crematorium, Stoke Road, SL2 5AX, parking is available within the crematorium. The family have requested that in place of flowers, donations will be greatly appreciated in Betty's memory to the RSPCA. Cheques may be sent c/o Morse Funeral Services, 7 Aysgarth Place, Church Road, Iver Heath SL0 0RE. **Due to Covid-19 restrictions, there are limitations on how many people are able to attend funeral services, please contact Betty's nephew Dale or Morse Funeral Services directly on 01753 372487 if you wish to attend. If you are attending please be advised that you will need to wear a face covering during the service.**


Rest in peace Aunty Betty, with much love Nanami and family
Robin Smith
I shall certainly miss Auntie Betty. I used to really enjoy our visits to the Toby Carvery and The Savill Garden and other places. I will also miss Oscar (the cat). Betty was so devoted to him.
Dominic Gordon-Smith
As well as for her cats that she loved and cared for dearly, I remember Aunty Betty for the interest she took in me as I was growing up, the chats we had about politics and family, her strength of character and for the potent sherries she offered me before I went home for dinner. May she rest in peace.
Sandy Smith
In memory of Auntie Betty and her love of animals, plants, gardens, historic houses, cream teas and sherry. We had a lot in common! I shall always remember the outings we had together
Graham Smith
My memories of Betty are happy ones. A very kind person, a real lady and a good cook. I remember her chicken casseroles she used to make (she knew it was my favourite). She enjoyed politics, remaining a true blue Tory right to the end. And as for her cats, they were such good company and she loved them all. It was a sincere privilege knowing Betty. I have photos of her with us 3 siblings as baby's pushing us around in prams. She had time for us all and I am sure she was pleased to be surrounded by so many loving nieces and nephews in close proximity, even those 12,000 miles away! It was just a shame that she never married as she would have made a great mother. Goodbye dear Betty, until we meet again. Love from Graham
Carol Smith
Donation in memory of Aunty Betty and her great fondness for cats. She was such an active, fit and strong person, with a keen interest in her family's many stories. May she rest in peace now.
Emily (Lily) Bunce
Aunty Betty, We will miss you and your strong character. I have such fond strong memories of you and your puss cats. I used to love coming round to see them and remember every single one you had. Our cats must have known you were always a cat person because whenever you came over for Christmas or Easter they would be straight onto your lap! You gifted me my favourite toy dog “roony”. I remember how happy I was when I unwrapped him that Christmas. Dad could tell you a tail or who of how much I loved that stuffed animal. I still have Roony and will pass him onto our little boy who will love him as much as I did and I will tell him about his Aunt Betty and her love of all things cat. We will miss you. Rest Easy. Love Lily
Lindsay Smith
Goodbye Aunty Betty There are no words to say how much you meant to me. I admired your courage, your honesty, your loyalty,your integrity. You provided calm and peace in times of stress, I loved staying at your house, the relaxing routine was a real sanctuary. I loved you so much Aunty Betty, you were there in Texas when I was born, memories go back forever. I am glad you are peaceful now, no more struggles. Love always Lindsay