Betty Marshall
Friday
19
November

Mass of Christian Burial

10:00 am - 11:00 am
Friday, November 19, 2021
St. Bartholomew Church (Parish of Saint Teresa of Calcutta)
736 Middle Turnpike East
Manchester, Connecticut, United States
860-646-1613

Obituary of Betty Marshall

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Elizabeth Burke Marshall (Betty), 89, of Manchester, loving wife of 67 years to Charles W. Marshall, passed away November 15, 2021. Born in Prince Edward Island, Canada on February 5, 1932. Daughter of the late Joseph Burke and Margaret McCaughey Burke, she came to New London, CT, when she was six months old. She graduated from St. Joseph School in New London, class of 1946, and Williams Memorial Institute class of 1950. She married Charles in 1954. They have lived in the Vernon - Manchester area since 1956. She retired from People’s Bank in Vernon in 1992.

Besides her husband Charles, she is survived by two sons, Charles Marshall Jr and wife Victoria of Rotunda West, FL, Dr. Michael Marshall and wife Amy of Bedford, N.H., and two daughters, Margaret Lee and husband William of Westerly, RI, Lisa DiMauro and husband Thomas of Eastham, MA. Seven grandchildren James Hokkanen and wife Jessica, Bill Lee, Amy Martin and husband Dennis, Mollie Aho, Val Flanagan and husband Doug, Tommy DiMauro, Bailey Marshall, and nine great-grandchildren. She is predeceased by sister Katherine Campbell, infant brother Philip Joseph and granddaughter Michelle Lee.

Betty was an active member of St. Bartholomew’s Church. Involved in many ministries and was a long-time member of Small Christian Community, where she made many great friendships. Betty and her husband were volunteers with “Meals on Wheels” in Vernon/Rockville area for 20 years.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be on Friday, November 19, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. at Parish of Saint Teresa of Calcutta - Saint Bartholomew Church, 736 Middle Turnpike, Manchester.


In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Betty's name may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association

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