Elizabeth Landers

March 6, 1930June 1, 2018

Elizabeth Jeanne Landers (Betty or "Boop" to all who knew her) of Sandwich. Died June 1st at the McCarthy Care Center in Sandwich. Born in Great Neck, New York. Educated at Ursaline Academy in New Orleans, graduated from Pittsfield High School, Pittsfield, MA. Attended Georgian Court College, then Katie Gibbs in Boston. Volunteered with the Junior League. Former member at the Country Club of Pittsfield and Weston Golf Club.

Betty is pre-deceased by her husband John J. Landers and brothers Paul Limont of Mill Valley, CA, Mark Limont of Scituate, MA and Naples FL, and her youngest son R. Glenn Landers of Sandwich, MA. Betty is survived by her sister Barbara Posey of Albuquerque, N.M.; three of her children and their partners: Sue Landers (Andi Genser) of Brewster, MA, John L. Landers (Pam Feeney) of Reading, MA and Hillary Landers of S. Yarmouth, MA. She is also survived by three grandsons, Michael, Jeffrey and Jason, a granddaughter, Amanda and a great-grand daughter, Alivia.

A private celebration of life will be scheduled at a later date.


  • A private celebration of life will be scheduled at a later date.

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Diane Browning

June 4, 2018

Hello Cousin Sue, John and Hillary,
Your mom died on my birthday, which is a beautiful time of the year for arrivals and departures.
She was my godmother! Don’t know if you knew of that old vestige of our Catholic baptism; as a child, she was elevated in my mind because of that designation. I thought she was so beautiful and had the greatest legs of any women I knew.
At Christmas, she always wrote me a note on her card—the last one was in response to our “Hawk House” picture on our holiday card…. about her sister being a hawk watcher. No matter how weak the family connection grew, I am so happy she remained somehow in my life.
I am thinking of you all at her passing
Always, your cousin,
Diane Lynch Browning

Pat Bertschy

June 4, 2018

I am very sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. She looks like a woman with a lot of spirit, like you.
I hope you think of happy memories.