Betty Bardsley

Obituary of Betty Angela Bardsley

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Betty A. Bardsley, 75, of Conneaut, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Saturday, August 7, 2021, at UH- Ahuja Medical Center. She was born August 3, 1946, in Conneaut, the daughter of the late Angelo and Elizabeth "Betty" (Novinski) Stultz. Betty graduated from Conneaut High School Class of 1964, which was the last graduating class as the Conneaut Trojans. Over the years, Betty lived in various areas such as Albion, and Plano Texas where she worked at Macy's Department store as a petite specialist. Betty retired in 2012 and moved back to Conneaut to be closer to her friends and family. When Betty moved back to Conneaut, she joined the Lighthouse Gals Red Hat Society and enjoyed volunteering her time with the MS Bike Run, and at the Hospital Thrift Store. Betty was also a member of the American Polish Daughter Association. She was also an avid BINGO player Betty is survived by her children, Cynthia (Dave) Copeland, Gerald Clifford, Jr., and Daniel (Donna) Clifford; sister, Elaine (Mike) Minman; grandchildren, Bailey Stillwell, Brandon Clifford, and Ella Clifford; as well as many nieces, nephews, and friends. She was preceded in death by her son, Jeffery Clifford; brothers, John, Joseph "Thomas", and Leonard Stultz; uncle, Joe Novinski; and her parents, Angelo and Betty Stultz. At her request no services will be held, cremation will take place. Thompson-Smith-Nesbitt Funeral Home, 345 Main St., Conneaut is handling arrangements. Online guestbook and condolences available at www.thompsonsmithnesbitt.com
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