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Bettiann Mather (Alessandri)

Bettiann Mather (Alessandri)

Bettiann Mather (Allesandri)



Born: January 17, 1942  ... July 22, 2020

My mom had heart surgery on june 22 to replace her mitral valve.  There were complications during the surgery. We were hopeful that she would recover. Unfortunately she never fully woke up and she passed away on July 22. I know she really enjoyed her last tuesday of the month lunches with the school gang.

She had her surgery at royal oak Beaumont, then was transferred to select specialty hospital at St. Joe's in Pontiac.  Her wishes were no service.  All 4 of us children were with her when she passed. I don't believe my sister did or intends to do an obituary. Thank you for letting everyone know.

            (One of Bettiann's four children)



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08/04/20 02:30 PM #1    

Michael G. Reissing

...rest in sublime peace pretty lady!  it was fun liking you back in schooldays... and fun being a phone pal in the 10 years following the '09 reunion. i always admired your toughness in handling life's setbacks.  i will miss you... til we meet again......

08/05/20 07:14 AM #2    

Gail Vitali (McLeod)

So very sorry to see this.  Betti was a regular attendee at our monthly luncheons and was always among the first there.  She really enjoyed them and it was always nice to see her.  Deepest sympathy to her family.  She will be missed.


10/24/20 10:10 PM #3    

Linda Stultz (Tucker)

Bettiann was a sweet friend to me. Like so often happens, after graduation we went our own ways and soon lost track of each other.  Then a few years before the 50th reunion, Betti called and we laughed, remembering 'when.'  She was living in Louisiana and with Larry and I in Mississippi, we 'talked' about getting together, but never did.  So later it was 'See you at the reunion' and that we accomplished.  Then, while she and her hubby were still in Michigan following the reunion, Ed suddenly died.  Again we talked about new plans. Once back in LA., Betti sold her house and moved to Michigan and family.  Bettiann was a fun and bighearted person, always there to help where help was needed.  R.I.P. 


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