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Betty M. Sullivan
June 3, 1929 ~ January 24, 2023 (age 93) 93 Years Old
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HAMILTON - Betty M. Sullivan, of Hamilton, a beautiful soul filled with light and love, passed gently into God's hands Tuesday, January 24th, 2023, surrounded by family and sweetly at peace. She was 93 years young.
Betty and her husband (Menuard) Lee Sullivan moved to Corvallis in 2008 and knew they had truly come home. It was the happiest time of their 72 years together. Lee passed in 2021 and every day Betty knew he was waiting in heaven for her to join him.
The first part of their married life was spent moving around the United States. They lived and served in churches that Lee was pastor for, in 47 states over a 5-year period. Although two people, they shared one heart and purpose in their love and focus in serving god and the people they met throughout their lives.
A dedicated servant of god, wife, mother, and grandmother, Betty was always helping someone by taking them a meal, praying on the phone with them or knitting something warm to share. Her daily prayer list was as long as her heart was big. She crocheted and gave away over 200 blankets to children all over the Bitterroot Valley and Missoula. Betty finished the last of her blankets the day before she passed. You could never enter Betty's home without the offer of a meal or something to restore you.
Although born in Fruitland Idaho in 1929, Betty grew up and lived in Washington State the majority of her life. She is survived by her older brother, Ben Ashbaugh of Portland. Betty's children are: daughter Debra Kehoe and husband Keith- of Hamilton, sons Dan Sullivan and wife Paula, Duane Sullivan, and wife Kristin- of Washington, grandchild Kyle and wife Kari and great grandchildren Madison and Nora Kehoe all of Missoula. Betty's oldest son Donovan passed before her in 2019.
Please join her family for a celebration of Betty's Life, February 18 at 11:00 a.m., at the Daly Leach Chapel in Hamilton.