OBITUARY

Elizabeth "Betty" C. DeBaie

4 November , 19356 April , 2019

DEBAIE, (Coulas) Elizabeth - 83 of Dartmouth, NS. We celebrate with joy a life well lived of Elizabeth “Betty” DeBaie. Born on Nov 4, 1935 in Wilno, Ontario. She was the daughter of Anne and Vincent Coulas. She was predeceased by her husband Donald and her siblings Helen, Mary, Theresa, Bronis, Edward, Benny, Nicholas, and Florence. Betty loved cooking and feeding anyone who came to visit. Her enthusiasm with food and family was unsurpassed. She enjoyed spending time with all her friends and family. She was very gifted in picking a craft of any kind and making it a masterpiece. She enjoyed the outdoors by gardening, fishing and picking berries. Her love of flower baskets and hummingbirds was well known. Betty leaves behind her daughter Deborah, two sons, Terry (Cheryl) and Barry (Carolyn), sister Agnes. She was blessed with six grandchildren Stephanie, Brandon, Alicia, Corey , Ryan and Jarrod; and lovingly added Jamie Mason, Brianna and Alicia Belliveau, 4 great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Betty passed peacefully at the QEII on April 6th, 2019. Many thanks to Dr. Christy Bussey, the staff on 8.2 and 8.4 as well as the great staff at Ivany House Northwood -Bedford for taking care of her needs over the last year. A Celebration of Life service will take place at 11am on Saturday, April 13, in A. L. Mattatall Funeral Home. Burial will take place in St. Ann’s Cemetery Debaies Cove, NS at a later date. Online condolences may be viewed or sent to: www.mattatallfuneralhome.com

Services

  • Celebration of Life Service Saturday, 13 April , 2019
  • Memorial Service Saturday, 13 April , 2019
REMEMBERING

Elizabeth "Betty" C. DeBaie

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Darlene Kerfont

12 April 2019

Aunt Betty it's hard to believe that you are gone but you will never be forgotten our deepest condolences to Debbie Terry Barry and Families I have so many precious memories of you that I will keep close to my heart you will never be far away one of my favorite memories is coming home from school and you lived right behind us and when you would bake the smell was just nothing in this world I knew what you were making and that was my Honey Dip Donuts I wasn't long going up I wouldn't even go home I went straight to your place to have some like Elmer says you were always his favoritecook and even since I moved to Newfoundland you even took the trouble to make me a batch of Honey Dip Donuts and sent it over with the sisters for me you'll never know how much I appreciated that that's only one of my special memories I have lots more which I will cherish forever and knowing that you're up there with Mom Dad Aunt Mel Uncle Earl and especially Uncle Don you will be well taken care of I know you will be sorely missed by everybody who knew and loved you especially me fly with the angels Aunt Betty and whenever I see a hummingbird I'll think it's you I know that'll be you checking up to see how we're all doing love you so much rip my sweet angel❤❤

Rose Anne Anderson

12 April 2019

I was very shocked and sad to hear of Aunt Betty's passing. I will never forget when I visited Aunty Betty and Uncle Don with my mother. We had such a great week with everyone and I tried Lobster and scallops for the first time. Aunt Betty's scallops were the best I have ever tasted. I always think of her when I do my own but they never taste as good as hers were. I know you loved hummingbirds and I will think of you when they come to my feeder in Barry's Bay at our trailer. May your soul rest in peace Aunt Betty! You will be missed!!

Shelley Tancock

11 April 2019

Aunt Betty will be surely missed by all that knew and loved her.So many memories and of course her baked goods, especially her honey dipped donuts will never be forgotten.Many thoughts go to Debbie ,Terry and Barry and extended family.Always remembered and forever loved.

Shelley Tancock

Barbara&John Baker

10 April 2019

Aunt Betty was a caring,thoughtful beautiful lady.She always had that special smile and that listening ear for all that she loved.Her face always lit up when she say her favourite hummingbirds.Like their tiny wings she has truly earned hers.Our deepest condolences to the family.Now that she is with Uncle Don who she missed so much,Aunt Betty Rest In Peace and let your spirit fly high and I am sure she is baking up a storm as she always did.She will be sadly missed andWe were the lucky ones to have her in our lives and will cherish her memories.Will miss her weekly chats but I know she will be watching from above.Fly free with that amazing smile.

Carolyn Taylor

10 April 2019

Aunt Betty you were one of the good ones!!! I always remember visiting you in the trailer park and you always had baked goods in the kitchen ... you were my son Darren’s #1 fan and you always thought of him ... he and myself have so much respect for you ... hope your living it up with the family and you can rest easy now ... we will miss you greatly xo

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY