Elton Black & Son Funeral Home

3295 East Highland Road, Highland, MI


Elizabeth "Betty" Huerta

February 4, 1931February 6, 2020

Elizabeth "Betty" Huerta, age 89, of Howell, passed away February 6, 2020. Beloved wife of the late Joseph Huerta. Loving mother of Joe Huerta, Cathy Huerta, Mike Huerta, Judy Huerta, Tony (Michelle) Huerta, Chris (Becky) Huerta and Becky (Ed) Huerta-Shearer. Proud grandmother of Michael, Jessica (Young), Donald (Kristina), Tim, Mike, Ian, Erin, Aidan, Jordan, David, Amber (Michael), Zac (Anna), Mike (Dana), Nick and Megan (Andrew). Treasured great-grandmother of many. Betty will be missed by numerous other family and friends.


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Elizabeth "Betty" Huerta

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Thomas Reimer

February 9, 2020

I remember having my 1st ever piece of German Chocolate Cake at Betty's house while spending time with my Aunt Becky & Uncle Ed. I also had my very 1st authentic tamale at Betty's! She wore a beautiful smile & had a heart bigger than anyone I've ever known. I am grateful I knew her & have unforgettable memories because of her. Rest in peace Ms. Betty and Thank you for the memories ❤

Carlos Acosta

February 9, 2020

I Met My Aunt When I was a Child, I Looked at her, She Looked Very Worry. I told her you need to Visit my Mom, my Mom told her, you
Can Visit Me Any Time, But If You Come to See my House You Need to Give Me a 2 Week Notice. My Aunt Betty, Always Enjoy having a Good Time, Love to Visit her, she made you feel right at home, Carlos.

Anthony Huerta

February 8, 2020

Betty was the best mother! Mom made everyone that met her feel blessed and a better person having met her. Mom loved to talk and would chat up a stranger because that was who Betty was. Besides her family and friends her real love besides talking was Jeopardy and tennis, please do not trying calling her when either was on TV. Mom just loved living and meeting new people. Mom was so looking forward to coming to visit me in Mexico and meet new people and go new adventures. Mom, you will be missed, but never forgotten. Thank you for making me the person I am today.