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Elizabeth Ann Birmingham

april 27, 1940 – july 2, 2024

Elizabeth Ann Birmingham

Elizabeth Ann Birmingham, a beloved member of the community, will be laid to rest on July 8, 2024. Born on April 27, 1940, in the hills of Kentucky, Elizabeth, known to many as Betty, passed away on July 2, 2024, at her home in Colerain, OH. She was a devoted mother to her children Tammy (Dan), Cathy (Jim), Tessie (Bill), Sherry (Paul), and Johnny. An incredible grandmother to Chad, Samantha, Tracey (Scott), Jimmy (Katy), Joey, Stephen, Ryen (Nicole), Kelsey (Tyler), a beautiful great grandmother to Riley, Kiaden, Kyle, Hayden, Sophia, Jack, Annie, Kayla, Haley, Peyton, and the best great great grandmother to Nevaeh and Nolan.

Betty was preceded in death by her parents, Swango and Stella Fugate (nee Napier), her three sisters and five brothers, her beloved husband John, and her grandson Adam Hutchinson. Betty, a dedicated deli clerk at Kroger, found joy in the simple pleasures of life. She adored playing BINGO, sewing, and spending time with her dogs. She had a talent for quilting, crocheting, and even making clothing for her children when they were young. Betty shared a special bond with her late husband, John, and her past dogs.

She was an enthusiastic fan of the Reds and Bengals and loved traveling with seniors to casinos and various getaways. Betty found joy in camping with her children, visiting family in Lost Creek, Kentucky, and watching birds and gardening in her spare time.

A lover of good food, Betty was renowned for her pot roast, German potato salad, buttermilk fudge, and bread. She took pleasure in shopping at thrift stores with her great-grandchildren and enjoyed the holiday season with her family.

In her memory, family will hold a private service.

Betty will forever be remembered for her warm spirit, love for her family, and generosity towards others. She leaves behind cherished memories and a legacy of kindness and love. May she rest in peace.

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“May Liz rest in peace. She was a great co-worker, traveler and bingo friend.”

“So sorry for your loss prayers for your family”

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