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Betty Flora

Betty Flora LaPointe

Mar 26th 1938 — Apr 18th 2024 (86 years)


Peacefully and surrounded by her family, Betty Flora LaPointe (nee Crawshaw) passed away on April 18, 2024.

Following her marriage to beloved husband Gary LaPointe just over 63 years ago, Betty and Gary left their hometown of Wallaceburg, ON to start their life together in Mississauga, ON. Betty was such a devoted and caring wife, mother and grandmother, she adored and was always so giving in every way to her family who was her main focus. Grandma and Grandpa could always be seen in the stands cheering their grandkids on. Her heartfelt compassion and kindness were not only shared with her own family and relatives, but also with many lifelong friends who had the pleasure of being part of Betty’s life. She had a gift of hospitality and ensured everyone felt welcome in her home. For the majority of her career, Betty was the Payroll Supervisor at Canada Homes. Betty was an avid Toronto sports fan, faithfully rooting for the Leafs, Blue Jays and Raptors.

Betty is survived by her loving and dedicated husband Gary, three children Chris (Jennifer Morgan), Michele (Doug Herd) and Susan (Tim Thorne) and grandchildren, Harrison, Samual, Margaret, Collin (Isabelle Grzegorzko), Amanda, Natalie, Kaitlyn, Sarah (Mark Tryburski) and great granddaughters Brooklyn, Payton and Madison.

Special thanks to her family physician Dr. House, the healthcare team at Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital and her diabetic specialist Dr. Gottesman, for the exceptional care Betty received over the years.

On May 18, 2024, a gravesite gathering will take place at 1:00 pm at the Harris family plot in the Riverview Cemetery, 950 Wallace St. E., Wallaceburg, ON and will be followed by a reception in honour of Betty at the Black Goose Restaurant, 525 James Street.

In memoriam donations to the Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital would be greatly appreciated.

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