Bettyann Gibson

Bettyann Gibson

Monday, July 29th, 1940 - Sunday, May 23rd, 2021
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Bettyann Gibson went to be with her Lord and Saviour from the Haldimand War Memorial Hospital on Sunday May 23, 2021.
Bettyann ( Holder) Gibson in her 81st year. Loving wife of William Arthur Gibson for 56 years. Beloved sister of Jean Holder of Bowmanville and the late Veron Metcalfe), Joy Anderson (late William) of Lucknow. Sister in law of Geraldine Gibson (late Roy), Anita (late Don) Allen, Bob (Jeanne) Gibson. Bettyann is predeceased by her parents Herbert and Eva Holder and brother Larry Holder. Survived by many nieces and nephews. Bettyann was born in Smiths Falls, Ontario on July 29, 1940. She moved to Hamilton with her family in 1951. Bettyann was a kind, loving soul who devoted her life to helping others. In her work with an N.G.O. she travelled to many third world countries with a heart for the less fortunate. Bettyann was also a twenty year cancer survivor. Her faith in God brought her through that long hard fought battle, along with the support and love of her faithful husband. She was youthful in spirit and actions and never wanted to turn 80, it sounded too old. She was a member of Sherbrooke Baptist Church in Lowbanks. Bettyann was dearly loved and she will be dearly missed.
In keeping with Bettyann's wishes a private family service will be held on Friday May 28th at 11am. Friends are invited to join the family by Live stream on the Ballard Minor Funeral Home Facebook page or Website. In memory of Bettyann donations to Medical step down Unit CCU at St Joseph's, Unit 5MG at St Joseph's and Palliative Care Unit at Haldimand War Memorial Hospital would be appreciated by the family. Friends are invited to send condolences and sign the Book of Memories at
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Service Details

  • Service

    Highbanks Cemetery
    1984 North Shore Drive
    Lowbanks, Ontario
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Ken Martin
  • Interment

    Friday, May 28th, 2021 |
    Friday, May 28th, 2021
    Highbanks Cemetery
    1984 North Shore Drive
    Lowbanks, Ontario
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email


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Patricia Fullerton

Posted at 10:41am
Sending sincere condolences to Bill and family on this extremely difficult day. We know the days and weeks ahead will be full of memories gone by. Your work for NGO’s in different countries and love for our own country was evident. Thanks Bettyann for the headbands and your niece that made them, I’ll wear them proudly.
Pat Fullerton

Ken and Claire Roe

Posted at 12:28am
Kenneth Roe.
Claire and I would like to send our Condolences to Bill and family. Remembering Bettyann as a caring, loyal and dependable co-worker with the Relief and Development Agency we lend for more than 18 years in Africa, S.E. Asia and Central America. A longer family friendship proved her a woman of Faith and Strength as she battled illness. With Christian love, Claire and Ken.

Ronald Peraziana

Posted at 04:01pm
Hello Bill,
We are so saddened to hear of your tremendous loss. Bettyann was a wonderful person and we know you will miss her deeply. Please accept our sincere condolences. Ron and Norma Peraziana

Pat Ball

Posted at 03:00pm
Bettyann had such a sweet smile and gentle manner. It was a pleasure to have known her. My sincere condolences to you, Bill, and to the family.

Jim Schultz

Posted at 07:51pm
Jim and I would like to send our Condolences to Bill, and family. We have been friends of the family for will over 60 years, and Bettyanne was a Bridesmaid at our wedding. Bill and Bettyann came to our 60th Wedding anniversary, even though it was a struggle for her to be there. Jim and the Holders were friends and neighbors in Smiths Fall's Bettyanne will be missed my many, because of her pleasant personality. Bill, Love and Prayers .
Bettyann, you will always have a special place in our Hearts., and may you rest in peace.

Jim and Eleanor Schultz

Brian And Judy Cooke Posted at 09:17am

Our condolences to you Bill. Bettyann was truly a compassionate and caring person to others. She was a faithful servant serving her Lord and Saviour doing good works for Him. Great memories of our after church lunch gatherings during your time at West Highland. Christian Love, Brian and Judy Cooke.

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