Betty Odne

Obituary of Betty Lillian Odne

Betty Lillian Odne
March 1, 1930 - June 20, 2022

Our beloved Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother returned home, finally at peace, safe in Jesus loving arms.

Betty is survived by her brother Gerald Beaumont (of Vancouver), her son Melvin Odne and daughter-in-law Debra; daughter Marlene Odne; daughter Michelle Purcell and son-in-law Dwight; grandchildren Jordon, Aaron, Asia, Jonathan, Jaedon, J'lyn, Autumn, Amanda, Jamie, Jason (Rashell); great grandchildren Kerecsen and Kaden (Aaron), Leah and Mason (Jason).

She is predeceased by her father and mother, Arthur and Gladys Beaumont, the father of her children, Milton Odne, her son, Marvin Dale Odne and her baby girl Barbara Gale Odne.

The Celebration of her life will be at 2:00 pm, Friday, June 24, 2022 at Saskatoon Funeral Home.

My Mom lived her life by following her heart. Didn't have any money but that never seemed to bother her. Her only concerns were her family. She was a true artist getting so much of her talent from her beloved father. She learned piano and violin, organ and accordion too. As well she was a singer and sang for weddings and many church events including the annual 'Handels' Messiah' at the 3rd Ave United Church in which I remember being so proud of her. Much of her talent went to her daily working life as a sign painter, big or small she did it all. She also did many amazing signage projects for family and friends.

Her favorite though was drawing, painting and calligraphy, especially roses and images of her saviour Jesus along with so many of the beautiful verses from the Bible. I remember how she often loved to just sit at the piano and sing, mostly gospel tunes and even a couple of songs she herself had written. She had the purest heart, but she also had so many very difficult challenges in her life starting from a young age. Over time she found her refuge in Jesus above all else. And this is how I know she is finally at peace. May God Bless her soul and be with her forever and ever,  Amen

(as remembered by her daughter, Marlene)

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