OBITUARY

Elizabeth Walton Creighton

June 21, 1944October 3, 2020

Elizabeth Walton Creighton, known as Beth to everyone who knew her, completed her journey in this life on October 3, 2020.

Beth is survived by her daughter Walton (Randy) Hall, son Dudley Creighton, Vincent (Pam) Fuqua, grandchildren William Hall, Wiley Hall, Vera Hall, Dudley Creighton, Houston Creighton, and Hampton Creighton. She was preceded in death by her husband Wilbur Foster Creighton III, son Wilbur Foster Creighton IV, and daughter Ruthe Creighton.

Beth never met a stranger she just met future friends. She traveled the world as a flight attendant for Braniff Airways. In her travels she flew Vietnam soldiers back from war, gambled with Saudi Princes and met people from across the world that inspired her love for different cultures.

Beth was a founder and strong supporter of the Blair School of Music Guild. She was a longtime member of the Herb Society of Nashville and a supporter of the Nashville Symphony.

Beth will be most remembered for her energy and ability to make light in the darkest of places.

Private services were held. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the ALS Association.

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Valeria Ball

October 18, 2020

I got to know Beth because she was a friend and neighbor of my mothers, MaryJane Hocker, at Somerby!!

She was always such a delightful person and I enjoyed conversations with Beth!

She amazed me, by doing 500 piece puzzles, in memory care. Such a bright light!!

Sending prayers to Beth’s family!❤️

Valeria Hocker Ball

Dolly Prenzel

October 8, 2020

Beth and I played together as children at the big Walton home on 24th Ave., South, along with Jimmy, Judy and John. We also attended Belmont Methodist Church together. Although Beth was older than I, she always made me feel included. She was my ideal "big sister" and I have remembered her for 65 years. Always will.

Precious Friend

October 7, 2020

Dear Beth we will miss you even more in your absence but will be remember you daily as it is because of you that we have our precious Penny Danby we love you and have missed you for a while love

Sandra Strain

October 6, 2020

Oh sweet Beth...I met you thru my beloved Aunt, Betty Baker. We became fast friends and I so loved listening to all your tales of traveling with the airlines. It was a big adjustment for everyone when you left the Cloisters. It is good to know that you are at peace with our Lord in heaven. God speed sweet Beth.

Donita Abernathy

October 6, 2020

Beth was a dear sweet person who never met a stranger, She could be seen at any given time strolling through the cloister with her friends and pets, always kind to animals and people. We will miss you dear Beth. Love from all your friends in the cloister.

Betty Baker

October 6, 2020

Beth was a wonderful friend. She brought much happiness and laughter into the lives of everyone she came in contact with. When she lived at the Cloisters we would see each other every day. She always had a kind word to say about everyone. We shared a love of animals. She will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with her family during this time of sorrow.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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