OBITUARY

Elizabeth June O'Guin

June 17, 1944April 14, 2018

Elizabeth June O'Guin was born on June 17, 1944 and passed away on April 14, 2018.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, April 17, 2018
  • Visitation Wednesday, April 18, 2018
  • Burial Mass Wednesday, April 18, 2018
  • Committal Service Wednesday, April 18, 2018
REMEMBERING

Elizabeth June O'Guin

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Mary Madrigal

April 17, 2018

I lived across the street from my Aunt Betty and was over there every day. She loved to read and eat sunflower seeds. When she got her 1st car, she would take me everywhere with her. We were like sisters. We worked together at Sears and shared an apartment. I have so many memories with her that l could go on and on.
Love her dearly and will never forget her.💜💙💜💙💙😚

Bailey Walz

April 17, 2018

My grandma was definitely one of a kind. She was the definition of "cool grandma." I spent many weekends with her and my grandpa. One of my favorite memories spent was going to the zoo together and taking a trip to Cape Cod with her and my aunt Mary.
Once I had poison ivy and she took care of me the whole time.
She also let me keep a pet rabbit at her house. ( what was she thinking)
I loved eating bacon spaghetti and drinking her Lipton tea. Grandma was also always stocked up on ice cream and hot pickles.
She was so much fun! She was a crazy grandma!
My grandma was a very strong women. I don't know how she put up with everything she did. I gained some of her strength. I also gained some of her smart mouth.
I hold so many memories in my heart.
I miss her.
I'm going to continue to miss her.
The way she called me sweetheart, and her quirky laugh.
I am forever grateful for her.
I am so happy she got to meet my children.
I hope you know how much I love you grandma. You are free from this cruel world. You've deserved this eternal peace. Dance with Elvis & run with Shadow!
I love you,
Booper

Sondra Tierney

April 17, 2018

I will always remember going over to spend the weekend with aunt betty & uncle Harlan & Michelle Travis and Donna we would have a blast aunt betty was always a beautiful person & I learned a lot from her even though I never got a chance to let her know love her always & forever

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