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Birth Date: 1943-11-04Death Date: 2018-12-24
Funeral Date: 2018-12-31
Biography :BRINKSNEADER Elizabeth Ann “Betsy” Brinksneader, 75, Of Mt. Sterling Died Monday, Dec. 24, 2018, In Columbus. Born Nov. 4, 1943, In London, She Was The Daughter Of Floyd Hillman And Marguerite (Trimble) Hillman Haverkamp. She Was Raised By Her Mother And Stepfather Walter Haverkamp. Betsy Attended Indiana University And The Ohio State University, Where She Studied Library Science. She Worked As A Librarian For The Madison-Plains School District. Later, She Worked As A General Assignment Reporter With The Madison Press Before Retiring In 1996. She Was A Member Of The First United Methodist Church Of Mt. Sterling, Where She Enjoyed Singing In The Choir. Survivors Include Her Husband Of 56 Years, Leonard Brinksneader; Children, Jo....Read more

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Jason and Janelle. Sorry for your loss. Shirley and Don Keihl
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Jodi: Elaine and I are so sorry to learn of your Mom's passing. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to you and Greg. We hope the prayers and good wishes give you some comfort during this difficult time. Dave and Elaine Kotary
2 months ago

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Sorry for your loss. Betsy and I were co-workers at the Press for a number of years in the 90s.
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Jason & Janelle
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Julia and family, I was so saddened to read you lost your dear mother (mother-in-law, grandmother, aunt, etc.), esp. the day before Christmas. I can only hope she went easily and that as many as possible of you were with her then or at some recent time. Losing a parent brings not only the grief of losing someone so important in your life, but also the "culture shock" of realizing that yes, it can happen to you. Be patient with yourselves as you deal with both this grief and this culture shock. Cry when you need to; laugh when you are able to. They are both therapeutic. Sharon Montgomery
2 months ago

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Julia and family, I was so saddened to read that you lost your mother (mother-in-law, grandmother, aunt, etc.)
2 months ago

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Thinking of your family as you grieve the loss of Aunt Betsy.
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This is for Aunt Betsy and family. I was very saddened to hear about Betsy passing on. So many memories I have of her smile and laughter. She oened her door to me when I went back to London in 2001 and I left London in 2003. All this time I have been away that now I will never get the chance to see her smile and hear her laugh. I love you Betsy and will miss you.
2 months ago

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