Elizabeth A. Holic
February 22, 1931 - January 30, 2019
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1119 Washington Avenue
MONACA, PA 15061
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Simpson Funeral & Cremation Services
1119 Washington Avenue
MONACA, PA 15061
Tuesday 2/5, 11:00 am
Hubbard Union Cemetery
210 Oakdale Ave SE
Hubbard, OH 44425
Tuesday 2/5

Elizabeth A. “Betty” Holic, 87 of Monaca, peacefully entered the gates of Heaven on Wednesday, January 30, 2019.Born on February 22, 1931, Betty was raised by an aunt and uncle, Mimi and Johnny Hodas and was a 1949 graduate of Monaca High School. As a young lady, she was employed as a secretary for a …
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Mandy left a message on February 3, 2019:
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time.
Susan Matteo left a message on February 2, 2019:
To My Dearest Bet, Words cannot express what a wonderful , witty, beautiful, Woman u were. So glad we moved near u , u were a wonderful neighbor, and fun to be around, and that mouth of. Yours was hilarious!!!! U told it like it was, I’m gonna miss our Margarita Parties and those little sandwiches u made. Most of all the stories u would tell us , you had us laughing in stitches!! What wonderful memories we will have of u and when we meet again we’ll have plenty of Margarita parties!!! U were such a Beautiful Woman inside and out , always dressed fit to kill hair makeup and all. And your favorite place to check out the MEN ha ha the Turners !!! Telling us your stories. Oh Bet I could go on and on but u hold a Special place in all our hearts, Mine , Frankie’s , and Mollies. I remember when Frankie helped moved Linda in and mollie used to walk nikki with bill that’s how we got to know u two. I ll cherish our time together and will miss u immensely Glad I got to know you u will be missed !!! Love you Rip Sue Matteo one more thing I have to say this , Yes Bet this is my Real Hair not a Wig like u always thought, but we got a good laugh about it but it is My Own Hair !!!! Much love!
Margie Richards left a message on February 2, 2019:
Betty always made me laugh. Since we were little kids growing up having sleepovers on your porch, you were always so much fun to be around. You were more than just a neighbor. You were like a second mom. You were always smiling with a twinkle in your eye. You were never bothered by how loud we laughed - you were probably the loudest! Every time I came home from Florida and stopped by unannounced, you always welcomed us in. We would talk and laugh for hours. You were so full of life and so full of ... We love you so and miss you dearly. I hear that Jesus makes the best wine, so here's to you, Betty! God bless you.
The Pasquini Family left a message on February 2, 2019:
We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Mollie Sue Matteo left a message on February 1, 2019:
Bet, where do I even start? Thank you for all the memories and wonderful joyful times we got to share together. I will never forget all of the margarita parties, and special moments we shared together. You brought so much joy into the world especially in my life. You always knew how to make my day brighter just by your smile and sweet words. You always had great things to say about me and always complemented me everytime you saw me. You told me I was a beautiful young women and a wonderful person everytime I was around you and that meant so much to me. You watched me grow and prosper in life and I am so happy I had the chance to know you since I was a little girl. I will never forget you and the happiness you brought me over the years. I will miss you dearly. I am forever thankful for you and Linda and everything you’ve both done for me and my family over the years. Thank you for the memories until we meet again my sweet angel. I love you forever!
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Mollie Sue Matteo left a message on February 1, 2019:
Bet, where do I even start? Thank you for all the memories and wonderful joyful times we got to share together. I will never forget all of the margarita parties, and special moments we shared together. You were such a stylish woman who always made sure she got her hair done and her lottery tickets out at the mall. Always dressed to the T! Always made sure you went to church each week and never missed out on hitting up the turners with Linda. You brought so much joy into the world especially in my life. You always knew how to make my day brighter just by your smile and sweet words. You always had great things to say about me and always complemented me everytime you saw me. You told me I was a beautiful young women and a wonderful person everytime I was around you and that meant so much to me. You watched me grow and prosper in life and I am so happy I had the chance to know you since I was a little girl. I will never forget you and the happiness you brought me over the years. I will miss you dearly. I am forever thankful for you and Linda and everything you’ve both done for me and my family over the years. Thank you for the memories until we meet again my sweet angel. I love you forever! You were truly one of a kind.
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