In Memory of

Betty

Black

Obituary for Betty Black

Betty Doreen Black (Smith)

October 13th, 1934-June 15th, 2022

It is with profound sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Betty Doreen Black.

She was born on October 13th, 1934 in Shelburne Ontario and passed unexpectedly on June 15th, 2022

at Brantford General Hospital in her 87th year, surrounded by her family.

Predeceased by her parents William Smith and Hazel Smith (Acheson), her husband John James Black, her son David (Natalie) Black and grandson Joshua Black.

Betty is survived by her children, Johnny (Darleen) Black, Wayne (Corrine) Black, Debra (Richard) Ykema and Kevin (Shannon) Black.

She was a proud and loving grandmother to Adam, Alex, Jason, Jessica (Daniel), Keith (Jessi), Emerson (Alexa), Mason, Shania, Sarah, Mitchel, Tristan, and Hunter and a doting great grandmother to Riley, Cody, Aubrey, Emelia, Allyson and Evan. Betty also leaves behind her brother Russel (Nancy) Smith, many nieces and nephews and all of her beloved friends.

Although we are so heartbroken, we are so grateful to have had the opportunity to love, and be loved by someone so very special. Betty was always there for anyone who needed her. She was raised on a farm and has always been a very hard worker. She was such a kind, giving and selfless women. Betty lived a full and wonderful life, she shared her love and compassion with all those who knew her. Betty's happy place was at Head Lake trailer park, where she spent many, many summers. She enjoyed going to the rec room and dancing her heart out to newfie music with her friends, she also loved going to the festivals in Havlock with the fiddlers, she would dance all night long. She also liked to collect mugs from all the places she visited and anything Betty Boop. More recently she enjoyed reading, relaxing in the sun, knitting and of course her fireball. She loved her family more than anything else!

She will be forever remembered and deeply missed by all of her family and friends.

In keeping with her wishes there will be no formal funeral service