Betty Bright

Betty Frances Bright (Bright)

Friday, December 5th, 1930 - Monday, June 8th, 2020
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Betty Frances Bright
December 5, 1930-June 8, 2020
Peacefully in the 90th year at her Amica at Whitby home where she resided for the last three years, Betty was welcomed into her heavenly mansion. Born and lived in Cedardale and Oshawa most of her life. Predeceased by her loving father Frank (Francis) and mother Dolly (Dorothy) Bright. Loving Aunt to Mercine Oke (Bill), Great Aunt to Louise Cleland (Paul), Tim Oke (Jo-Anne), & Chris Oke (Christine). Close cousin of Elsie Richards, Jim Pendergest and other cousins. Betty will be missed by her special best friend Ruth Wilkins with whom she shared many trips to Florida, her love of the game of baseball, and dining out. Betty was employed with General Motors for 34 years prior to retirement. After retirement, she was a volunteer at Parkwood Estates for 20 years in their gift shop. Betty enjoyed playing Bridge with her friends and was a talented knitter, knitting for babies and adults alike. Betty was generous and supported many local and GTA charities through her donations multiplying God’s love to others. Betty was a member of Faith United Church, Courtice. Many thanks to the nurses, PSW’s, Amica staff and Dr. Cait for their care and compassion. A Private Interment will take place on Friday, June 12, 2020 at Union Cemetery. As an expression of sympathy, donations may be made to the Kidney Foundation. Online condolences may be left at
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  • Interment

    Friday, June 12th, 2020 |
    Friday, June 12th, 2020
    Union Cemetery - Oshawa
    760 King Street West
    Oshawa, ON L1J 2L3
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Donations are being accepted for: Kidney Foundation of Canada Central Ontario Chapter.


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Christine Callahan-Oke

Posted at 09:41am
I'll always remember what a spunky spirit Betty had. I loved witnessing her sense of adventure over the years, and how she'd take off to go to ball games, go on trips to Florida and do other things that sparked her fancy. She didn't let anything hold her back. She had such a bright smile. Thinking of her.

JoAnn Stiart

Posted at 01:05pm
So many memories of Betty, my typing partner at GM Purchasing Dept., who taught me my 'work ethic' that has stayed with me throughout, best order typist at GM, loved to tell me about Dad and Mom, Dad drove her to work and picked her up. Lost touch when I moved on but smiles when I think of Betty and wish for her blessed eternal rest and happiness

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