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Elizabete Johansons

July 8, 1926 December 25, 2018
Elizabete Johansons
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Elizabete Johansons, known to friends as “Betty,” passed away on December 25, 2018, at the age of 92. A native of the country Latvia, Betty traveled with her husband and young son to the United States in the 1950’s. Betty became an American citizen on January 7, 1985. She shared her life with her husband Aleksandrs Johansons, who predeceased her on March 15, 1982.

Betty held a charitable heart, famous for her generosity, whether it was financial contributions during difficult times or just giving her time and energy to someone in need; her benevolence was a cherished trait that she passed down to many generations of her family members. She was also famous for her Latvian ginger cookies, chocolate cake, and her lemon pound cake. She always spread happiness to others because that was very important to her. She honestly led a remarkable life with the spirit of grit & grace.

Betty will be most remembered by the love she had for her two sons and daughter-in-law’s, Juris (Linda) and Andy (Rita) Johansons. She was an esteemed Vecmāmiņa (Latvian for grandmother) to four grandchildren, one adopted granddaughter, and two grandson-in-law’s: Jennifer Kent (Jeremy), Leigh Johansons, Alex Johansons, Eva Johansons, and Natasha Patterson (Adam); and four great-grandchildren, Brent Johansons, Kaylee Kent, Kaleb Kent, and Logan Patterson.

A Celebration of Betty’s life will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday January 6, 2019 at the Patterson residence.

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