Condolence: I will always remember fondly working with Betty in the Wishard/Eskenazi ER, urgent care center, clinics and wards. She touched many lives for the better. My deepest condolences to her family and friends.
Condolence: While not having met Betty, I understand God has been at work in and through her and has blessed many. It is also evident God is at work before, with and behind. May God bless all of you, her loved ones, in this time and may His will be done. Peace to you.
Condolence: I did not know Betty but I want to offer condolences to her family and friends. Reading her obituary, we lost an awesome person. I have horses and in the horse community we are close to other horsemen and horsewomen. I'm sure she will be missed by many.
Condolence: We are so sorry and offer condolences to the family and friends. Betty was instrumental at a time in our lives when we had a medical emergency, and offered excellent advice and was a wonderful friend during a time of crisis. We have our memories of sharing hard work and laughter during projects together. We are truly saddened by this loss.
Condolence: My condolences to the Cobbs families. I'm sorry to hear about the loss of death Elizabeth. Some Bible scriptures that have helped me during times of loss include Isaiah 26:19 and Psalm 37:28,29 which states in part: "Your dead ones will live...They will rise up". And the Bible also says "The righteous themselves will possess the earth, and they will forever reside upon it". Therefore the Bible promises that we may be reunited with our loved ones lost in death by means of an earthly resurrection. This is further confirmed by John 5:28,29 which says "Do not marvel at this, because the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out". This is possible thanks to Jesus Christ's ransom sacrifice. Thus we have a genuine hope of everlasting life in a world without wickedness or suffering. For more encouraging thoughts, please visit jw.org