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Elizabeth Maxine “Betty” Page

March 29, 2019

http://Elizabeth Maxine “Betty” Page, 101, passed away Friday, March 29, 2019 at Aldersgate Village in Topeka.

She was born June 4, 1917 on the family farm near Dover, the daughter of W.A. and Della Morrow Eddy.

Betty had lived in Topeka before moving to Arizona where she lived many years. After the death of her husband Alfred she moved back to Kansas and lived with a nephew, Gordon and Connie Eddy. She had lived at Aldersgate for several years. Betty was a shoe salesperson and worked for Robinson’s Shoes for many years.

She was married to Alfred B. Page at Grove, OK. He preceded her in death on May 10, 2012. She was also preceded in death by two brothers, John and William Eddy.

Survivors include her nieces and nephews.

Memorial services will be at 2:00 P.M. Saturday, April 13, 2019 at the Dover Federated Church. Private inurnment for Betty and her husband, Alfred B. Page will be in the Dover Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Dover Federated Church and sent in care of Piper Funeral Home, 714 Maple Street, St. Marys, Kansas 66536. To

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6 thoughts on “Elizabeth Maxine “Betty” Page

  1. My fondest memory of Betty goes back to her shoe selling days at Robinsons in the late 40’s, she and my mother were good friends. Betty with her pretty red hair, every fall just before school started, would fit me into a new pair of shoes for that school year. Of course, knowing her in her later years added to those fond memories. She was a beautiful lady.

  2. Betty was my moms neighbor at Aldergate. When I would visit my mom I always went across the hall to say hi to her. She always took my hand and kissed it and put it up to her cheek. Such a sweet, precious lady. I will miss seeing her when I go see my mom.

  3. Betty was my boss at Robinson’s shoes 47 years ago. She taught me so much that truly helped form the person I am today, This was the beginning of a lifelong friendship. She became “Aunt Betty” to our kids and a second mother to me. She and Al would visit almost every summer and spend about a week with us. They were wonderful tour guides for us in Arizona. She was a great lady and we all loved her dearly. Your entire family is in our prayers.

  4. We thank Betty for being a part of our community and a role model for all who knew her. She is very special to the Dover Community.

  5. My mother, Elizabeth Bennett-Osburn grew up in the Eskridge and later, the Dover communities, and knew Betty, who was a few years younger. I remember our trips to the Robinson Shoe Store in downtown Topeka, where Betty fitted me with my first pair of “Mary Janes”. She and mom would visit and catch up on each other’s lives, while I tried on many pairs of shoes until I found the perfect pair.

    I remember this lovely lady as well as my first pair of “Mary Janes”, that fit perfectly.

    God Bless this sweet soul.

    Jan Williams

  6. To Betty Pages friends and relatives, Miss Betty use to take very good care of my children with their shoes. She was a wonderful fitter and it seemed our first son’s feet grew so fast I bought him new shoes every two months, because I never wanted my children to have foot problems such as I had. She was a wonderful person. May God give you comfort in your loss and think of all the feet she can take care now in Heaven. (**) Our Love Prayers and Sympathy, Joe & Pauline Conley

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