Betty Louise Mildred Torrey

June 27, 1924April 22, 2019

Betty Louise Mildred Torrey, age 94, of Chula Vista, California passed away on Monday April 22, 2019. Betty was born June 27, 1924 in Albion, Michigan to Imo Icy Ott and Robert Albert Ott, she was married to Max Edwin Torrey.

Betty is survived by; daughter Lynette Torrey; daughter Nanette Cutler; son Craig Torrey; and son Kevin Torrey; grandson Casey Max Torrey and granddaughter Sydney Torrey.

Betty was preceded in death by her husband Max Edwin Torrey; father Robert Albert Ott; and mother Imo Icy Ott.

A celebration of life for Betty will be held Monday, June 3, 2019 at 1pm at Fredericka Manor, 183 Third Ave., Chula Vista, CA 91910. Private interment will be at Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego, California.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Torrey family.


  • Max Edwin Torrey, Husband
  • Lynette Torrey, Daughter
  • Nanette Cutler, Daughter
  • Craig Torrey, Son
  • Kevin Torrey, Son
  • Robert Albert Ott, Father
  • Imo Icy Ott, Mother
  • Casey Max Torrey, Grandson
  • Sydney Torrey, Granddaughter


3 June

Celebration of Life

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Fredericka Manor

183 Third Avenue
Chula Vista, CA 91910


Betty Louise Mildred Torrey

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Anita Drake

May 1, 2019

Betty was such a kind and loving lady. My family is so grateful and blessed that she became part of our lives even though it took such a long time for the connection. I am so very happy that she and my mom found each other at last. I'm sure my mom was happily waiting to see her again. They are together again with the Lord.

I love Betty and I will miss her more than I can say.

She was a treasured gift to us all.


Patrick Chantelois

May 1, 2019

Dear family and friends,

Please receive my sincere and heartfelt condolences for your loss. Betty was such a caring and sincere person. It was a true gift very late in life to my Grandmother Nolla (Ott) Irelan (her half-sister) when they discovered each other after living most of their lives unaware. The sibling relationship that flourished in the years following held such joy, love and support for them both, especially after their husbands had passed.

It was an honor to meet and come to know both Betty and Max.

I pray: God forever hold her in your loving embrace. May Betty join her loved ones in your peace.

Patrick Chantelois
Litchfield, MI