Pudwell, Elizabeth “Betty” Ann

January 29, 1944 – February 1, 2022
at the age of 78 years:     

We are saddened to announce that on Feb. 1, 2022, after her battle with cancer, Elizabeth Ann Pudwell (Betty) was called to sing her hummingbird song to the Lord.

Born in Regina, SK, Jan. 29, 1944, she was adopted into the loving family of Percy and Estelle Gamble and lived in Golden Prairie, AB.  Later they moved to Medicine Hat, AB where she met the love of her life, Harold Roy Pudwell and married Dec. 29, 1962, and they sang in perfect harmony for 59 years.

She leaves behind 2 children, Corinne Milne (Ivan) of Vernon, BC and Dale Pudwell of Victoria, BC, 3 loving grandchildren and 2 loving great grandchildren all in Vernon, BC. Elizabeth leaves behind a sister-in-law in Bassano, AB (wife to her deceased brother Jack)

Thanks go out to Dr. Currie and all the other doctors and staff that looked after Elizabeth. Many thanks also to palliative nursing care services.

In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Cancer Society of your choice.

8 Comments

  1. Sincerest condolences and sympathies to you, Harold and your family on the passing of Betty. Thinking of all of you at this very difficult time.

    Rick and Charlie Ulmer

  2. Harold and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you. May your memories be your comfort . God Bless, Dean & Lou

  3. So sad ,I was thinking of Betty & it being her birthday Jan 29th, I remember the great times we had at Dessert Palms. I can still hear you & Harold singing Cool Clear water, I loved that

  4. My sincere sympathy to you Harold, & I will miss seeing you & Betty singing together as in years past I always enjoyed seeing you together at the music jams & other events. May Betty now be singing with the angel band & be free of pain & discomfort.

  5. I love you momma. Forever in my heart ❤. Don’t worry I will look after Dad. Love and miss you much.
    Your daughter, Corinne

  6. Rest in Peace Betty, Great Lady with a kind and loving Heart.

  7. We love and miss you, Grandma.
    I know you’re at peace now and that’s all I could ever hope for. Fly high with the angels.

  8. Miss you Betty .. I know your singing with the Angel Band .. l
    Will think of you when The flowers bloom and the birds sing Xx

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