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MORGAN, Elizabeth Elizabeth Morgan passed away at her home in Mesa on April 30th, after suffering a stroke. Elizabeth ( Liz to friends, Betsy to family) was a long time resident of Arizona. Living in Douglas as a child, then moving to Bloomington, IN as a teen, she graduated High School, met and married her first husband Lambert Herman who was an Intelligence Officer in the Air Force. The couple lived in Germany, where their first child, Gwendolyn was born. Getting transferred back to the states, they later divorced. Several years later, Betsy married Michael Ebert, former Navy Seal. They moved to Tucson in 1968. From Tucson, Betsy moved to Prescott, where she worked for a Dr. until his retirement. She then moved to Mesa, being offered a position as nutritional counselor for a doctor. During this time she also did therapeutic massage, sought after by her clients for her Psychic abilities in massage. Later, moving to Apache Junction she lived at, and managed the Ted De Grazia Superstition Gallery until it’s closure after Ted’s death. From the Gallery Betsy moved back to Mesa where she managed a popular Bowling Alley until her retirement. Elizabeth was a talented writer. She had two books she had finished with offers to publish, which she refused. She wrote beautiful Prose for her grandchildren, Elizabeth was talented for whatever she did. whether it was teaching dancing at her dance studio, or being a weather girl at the local TV station, or the positions she held during her lifetime Elizabeth attended Pinal and Central Arizona colleges before going on to Ottawa University in Phoenix. Born Betty Jane Strunk in Fredericksburg, TX, September 24, 1936, she was one of six girls. She is preceded in death by her sisters, Regina, Naomi, and Delores of Indiana. Survived by two sisters Rachel (Ivy) Strunk Vesecky MT, Mary Linda Strunk Rogers, MT; three children, Gwendolyn Hamel, CA, Cynthia Fassett, WA, David Ebert, AZ; grandchildren, Michael Ebert, Meagan Jenkins,WA; two great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. She will be missed by her family, friends, and close neighbors who always lent a helping hand, for which we say thank you.
Published on June 18, 2018
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