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Betty Laura (Schultz) Randall

November 23, 1932 ~ January 3, 2022 (age 89)

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Betty Laura (Schultz) Randall
November 23, 1932 ~ January 3, 2022
Betty is survived by her husband of 70 years, Elvert A. Randall, 4 children, 11 grandchildren, 20 great grand children, 3 brothers and many nieces and nephews.
Betty was born into a family of 11 children, graduated from Hanover High School in 1950 and was married in 1951.  She and her husband moved to Abington where they raised their 4 children.  Betty had wanted to attend college and become a teacher, even though this dream was never realized, she fulfilled this dream by touching so many lives with the endless stories she told about many subjects, history being her favorite.  Betty was however, a very talented bookkeeper, working for her brother John and Irving’s in Brockton. She was active in her local church, known today as the United Church of Christ.  There she worked with the youth on projects with Habitat for Humanity, went on a missions trip to Russia and served on a variety of committees.
After raising their family, Betty and Al moved to East Bridgewater. She was involved with the town Council on Aging including West Bridgewater and Bridgewater.  Enjoyed playing cribbage, attending events and helping others participate.  She made many friends easily which was always a very important part of her life.
Betty had a passion for cooking, so much so, that she took the time to make sure that all her grand children and great grand children who lived near her or visited got a cooking or baking lesson from her in her own kitchen.
Betty was an artist of all kinds, drawing, painting, decorating cakes and enjoyed gardening.  She traveled to Hawaii, Alaska, the Grand Canyon, and Nova Scotia, Canada.  She loved to entertain family and friends around her kitchen table.
Betty and Al enjoyed spending time at their camp in Maine on Keewaydin Lake. This place was their dream which they built and Betty always enjoyed cooking here especially putting together her own homemade pizza party for relatives and friends that had gathered at this wonderful place.  She was instrumental in making sure this legacy has remained in the family.
Betty was much loved by family and friends alike.  She touched many with her creativity, her enthusiasm and her love for God.  She will be missed but mostly she will be remembered for her strength, compassion and her love for others.

Arrangements by Leighton-MacKinnon Funeral Home, 4 W. Washington St., Hanson, MA


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