Elizabeth Betty Lizak

Elizabeth Betty Lizak

February 20, 1933 - May 22, 2022

Elizabeth Betty Lizak

February 20, 1933 - May 22, 2022


Elizabeth ‘Betty’ Lizak



Elizabeth ‘Betty’ Lizak, 89, of Vanport passed away Sunday May 22 in her home with her daughter holding her hand and son-in-law by her side. She was born February 20, 1933 in East Chicago, Indiana to the late John and Elizabeth Szallar. She retired at the age of 65 from the Dietary Department of Sewickley Valley Hospital and had attended Saint Peter and Paul Our Lady of the Valley Parish. In addition to her parents, Betty was preceded in death by her husband Andrew Joseph, son Andrew John, brothers John, Bill, Joe, Albert and Arpie, and sister and brother-in-law Irma  and Walter Fredenberg. She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law Valerie Ann and Steve Botinovch, grandchildren Heather Wagner, Gabriel Caputo and Eric and Jeffrey Lizak, great-grandchildren Lexa and Seth Wagner, Brayden Lizak, Franco Caputo, Andrew Joseph ‘A.J.’, Cameron, Haylee and Reed Lizak, sister Sandra Civiletti and daughter-in-law Patty Lizak. Family viewing will take place in the Todd Funeral Home, 340 Third Street Thursday and a private service by Father Robert Miller will take place at Beaver Cemetery. The family thanks Pinnacle Hospice for their loving care for Betty, Dr. Grace Tarabay and staff, neighbor Colleen ‘Valerie’s Angel’ and Carlos and Michelle who were there when she needed them. 


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5 responses to Elizabeth Betty Lizak

  1. Colleen says:

    I will miss you’re mother so much! She always had a way of reminding me to slow down and encouraged me to be more patient with my mother when things got rough. Forever telling to eat, “Coll6, you’re getting too skinny”, she’d say, I would reply, “Betty, I eat like a man”! She would just wave her hand at me. We would talk about gardening alot and how her and her hu6always did all the work together. She always had a way of making my mom smile, she’d call her the beauty queen! It was a privilege to k ow her and to get to know Valerie and Steve. God always sends wonderful people your life when you least expect it!Love and Prayers Colleen

  2. Val. Sorry to hear. My deepest sympathies to you and family

  3. Dear Valerie, My sincere sympathy to you and your family.

  4. I worked with Betty at SVH back in 1978. She was always kind to me and helped to learn the ropes in the Dietary Dept. Her family has my deepest sympathy and prayers.

  5. Glenda Yount says:

    Dear Valerie,My sincere sympathy to you and your family.Glenda (Smith) Yount

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