Elizabeth "Betsy" Pahlke
August 29, 1949 - January 11, 2022
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Elizabeth “Betsy” Pahlke, 72, passed away peacefully at home on January 11, 2022. She was born on August 29, 1949, to John and Bernice (Jenkins) Jopek in Chicago, Illinois. She was the eldest daughter, always responsible for her little sisters, Maggie and Mare. Betsy cherished time with family and especially enjoyed going on deliveries with…

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Charles left a message on January 20, 2022:
In memory of Elizabeth "Betsy" Pahlke, Charles lit a candle
Jeff Kurth left a message on January 18, 2022:
I had the pleasure of working with Betsy for many years at Pioneer Center. She always had a great attitude and believed in the mission whole heartedly, I am sure she will be missed not only by her family & friends but her work family as well. May the love of family & friends help you through this difficult time.
Sherry Cannon left a message on January 17, 2022:
Betsy, You smart and sassy, bold and beautiful, warm and welcoming, kindest friend and sweetest soul … I miss you now and always will but the joy of having known you shines brighter than my sadness at your passing. Thank You for being the amazing woman we forever cherish for all the yesterdays, todays and tomorrows. Bless you, Sherry Cannon
Sam Tenuto left a message on January 17, 2022:
Sending sympathies and prayers to Betsy's family and friends. Wishing all strength during this difficult period. Grateful for all the important work Betsy did at Pioneer Center, and positive impact on many. God Bless Betsy.
Rosa Clay left a message on January 16, 2022:
Well family, I would like to start off with how amazing of a human being my aunt was. She had 4 amazing kids and they are all still amazing individuals. Love you guys and I’m truly sorry for your loss. Your in my thoughts daily and I can’t express the sadness that over comes me with all the great memories of your mom. Thank you for sharing her and allowing to also enjoy her as a human, aunt, and a mom figure. She leaves behind a legacy in her heart of gold. I will always remember your mom as a person of integrity, even when she needed help most, she wouldn’t ask for it. She never wanted to put anyone out. She was such an amazing auntie. I love her and you all with all that I am. You guys all remind me of her anytime I talk to you even more now then before. But maybe together as a family we can overcome the anguish and the sadness of her loss. She still lives through all of you. I love all of you very much extremely sorry for your loss. Know that I am here for you all. Love lil cuz Rosa
Justen Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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