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Evangeline "Betty" Inman

1920 - 2021


After a journey of more than 100 years, Betty has been called home to be with her Lord. She passed away peacefully at her care home, A Place On The Hill, near Charlevoix, Michigan on February 16, 2021.

Betty was born in White Cottage, Ohio, on June 6, 1920, to the late Benjamin and Mayme (Spring) White. Later, in the 1920’s, her family moved to Detroit, where she attended the nursing program at Cass Technical High School.

In 1940, she married her childhood...

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Bless you Betty.....xoxo Libby and Paul Greenstone and family

February 23, 2021 10:25 PM

May this tree Betty grow with grace and longevity as you have. We celebrate you and your beautiful life. Love Libby and Paul Greenstone and family.
Bless you Betty.....xoxo Libby and Paul Greenstone and family

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Annette Halasz

February 26, 2021 1:03 AM

Sweet Betty, a dear friend, "ma Inman",my rock and covert in crime. We shared countless hours together....all so memorable. I thought she hung the moon! Such a loss! Hugs and sympathy to you Beth and your family.

Sally Wojan

February 25, 2021 1:58 PM

A beautiful person inside and out, Betty never met a stranger. Her genuine kindness and grace will live on in the memories of those who knew and loved her. RIP dear Betty. Deepest condolences to Beth, Mitch, Nick, and Mazie.  

Nan Casey

February 24, 2021 8:31 PM

I met Mrs. Inman when I was about 12 years old. Her daughter Beth and I worked with Mrs. Inman and Harry Scheid at a summer camp for disabled children. It was my first job and we had a lot of children that had multiple impairments. I ended up assigned to a young boy that had the most serious impairments and I fed him as well as stayed by his side most of the day. Mrs. Inman was concerned that I was “doing more than my share” and that she and Beth should do more. She always looked out for others. She also would treat Beth and I to hamburgers and french fries after camp got out! She was generous, kind and loving. I know she will be greatly missed.
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Kathy Brady

February 24, 2021 6:38 PM

I had the honor of caring for Betty for a time that she was in hospice.  She was a dear soul and she was tickled when I told her my new grand daughter's middle name was Evangeline.  She shared a book of the Wadsworth poem by the same name with me.  I'll always remember her.

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