Elizabeth M. Hearn

elizabeth hearn
Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. Betsy has been missed the past few months and will continue to be missed here at NCA in the future. There aren’t many folks with her good nature and strong character and her can do and cooperative attitude. I hope we can find more like her, as it would make it a better place to work.

  2. Betsy–thank you for your warmth, your sense of fun, and for being a positive force in this world. You touched lives and hearts here and will be remembered with fondess and love. When twilight drops her curtain down And pins it with a star Remember that you have a friend Though she may wander far. –Lucy Maud Montgomery

  3. Life was just better some how knowing you were there Mi Amiga. I will remember your laughter and wisdom. To the family my heart is heavy with this terrible loss. May you find conmfort in the word Peace. God bless him, “the bravest of the brave…” Lv Linda

  4. Betsy you had such a wonderful spirit. It was truly a pleasure working with you. You are truly missed in State Cemetery Grants. May you Rest In Peace.

  5. I extend my condolences to you and your family. I hope that time and memories will help lessen the burden of your sorrow, and that you may draw some measure of comfort knowing that others care and share in your loss.

  6. I worked with Betsy for many years at the Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Administration. She was always a joy to be around and had a very heartwarming laugh and smile. My thoughts and prayers are with Betsy’s family. God’s blessings on you always.

  7. I worked with Betsy for many years at the Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Administration. She was always a joy to be around and had a very heartwarming laugh and smile. My thoughts and prayers are with Betsy’s family. God’s blessings on you always.

  8. I worked with Betsy for many years at the Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Administration. She was always a joy to be around and had a very heartwarming laugh and smile. My thoughts and prayers are with Betsy’s family. God’s blessings on you always.

  9. My thoughts and payers are with you at this difficult time. I have worked with Betsy for about 5 years. She was always very pleasnt and positive. She will be missed by her VA National Cemetery Administration family.

  10. I had known Betsy for many years while working at National Cemetery Administration. Always had a smile. My Condolences to the family. I know she will be missed

  11. Betsy, We have known each other from different VA grants programs. As I start Monday as the new Director, State Cemetery Grants Service, I wish that I had the chance to work with you. God had a better plan for you. Frank

  12. One of the most happy, good humor, always upbeat individual I had the pleasure to know. Betsy you will be so missed.

  13. Betsy – the time we shared together was all too brief but the laughs we shared I will remember forever. You were a lovely person with a beautiful spirit which I know is in a much better place. You will never be forgotten.

  14. My sincere condolences to the Family. May God keep your hearts and minds in perfect peace during your time of bereavement. Elizabeth was always helpful and a good hearted person. She will be greatly missed.

  15. May God bless Besty and her Love ones. I’m sure she will rest in heaven. She was a very nice person.

  16. I extend my sincere condolences to the Family. It was always uplifting to see Betsy with her wonderful smile. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your Family. Betsy, you will truly be missed.

  17. My most heartfelt sympathy to Betsy’s family (including her dog). Betsy was a gift to us all in her joy, kindness and laughter for which she will be remembered.

  18. I will always remember Betsy’s infectious laugh, her beautiful smile, and the endless gleam in her eyes. What we earth-bound beings have lost, the heavens have gain. She will be sorely missed. But if the while I think on thee, dear friend, All losses are restored and sorrows end. ~William Shakespeare

  19. I remember Betsy as a gentle, kind, and loving lady. She will be sorely missed by her colleagues at the Department of Veterans Affairs.

  20. Betsy’s infectious smile and her joie de vivre provided me with many happy, shared moments. She will be missed by her VA friends and colleagues. Rest assured that you are not alone in your tears and that Betsy’s spirit will live on through our fond recollections and memories of her.

  21. Deepest sympathy to the family. I enjoyed seeing Betsey at VA. She was a warm, friendly, caring person who will be missed.

  22. It’s hard and sad to think someone whom I worked with is gone. Betsy’s gorgeous laugh echoes through my memory. Betsy – remember how we discussed bike riding several times, stayed late and worked for the Secretary’s special events…I’ll miss you. Heidi

  23. My sincere condolences to Betsey’s family and friends. She will be sorely missed. Betsey became a beloved member of a group of us who walked our dogs every morning at 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. on weekends in Lubber Run Park. While our group no longer is together in the park, I know that Betsey kept in contact with many. Betsey’s cheerful greetings and great laugh and smile were a perfect start to the day. I’m sure that when you crossed over, all of our dogs who had crossed the Rainbow Bridge were there to shower you with many kisses. Rest well dear friend.

  24. I have know Betsy for 13 years and we became very good friends. We were able to share confidences with each other. I will never forget the time I was scheduled to take her for one of her radiation treatments, and I arrived at her house and she was standing outside waving me in. She was dressed in a pink seersucker dress with matching pink ear rings, neckless, and bracelet. When I got out the car and gave her a big hug, she asked, how do I look as she pointed to her matching jewlery and flicked her dress, I told her she looked marvelous, and I asked if she had gotten all dolled up for me, and we shared great big laugh. I’ll miss her so much. Farewell Besty.

  25. I’m still waiting to hear Betsy say a bad word about anyone. She was that rare individual who could lift your spirits with a simple hello. A profound loss for us all.

  26. Betsy, You are awesome. You faced this with grace and dignity and most of all your positive attitude. You are an inspiration to us all. I am glad I got to know you.

  27. Betsy was a wonderful sister and happy and optimistic friend. Her gentle spirit, bright smile, and caring will outlive her in our memories for sure!

  28. My deepest sympathies to Betsy’s family and friends. I was most saddened and shocked to learn of her passing. Betsy and I were neighbors for many years at the Stratton House, and we often chatted when she walked her dog. Although I didn’t know her well, she always struck me as very kind and caring. She undoubtedly will be very missed. My sincerest condolences.

  29. I am deeply saddened to hear the news about the sudden death of Betsy. My thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. Betsy was a kind, thoughtful and supportive person. She was the first to volunteer to bring in a dish during the Federal Women’s Program Events at the Department of Veterans Affairs. Betsy, your smile will be etched in memory.

  30. I will dearly miss Betsy. She was an enormous help to me as a Federal Women’s Program manager. She always kept me centered. She was always smiling and happy with a true joy in life.

  31. To the family of Betsy-what a wonderful person! I have known Betsy from working in the Secretary’s office to her leadership with the Federal Women’s Program and in the National Cemetery Administration. She will be sorely missed. We would have great conversations about traveling and jewelry. I am glad and blessed that Betsy passed through my life.

  32. Betsy, your strength and cheerfulness will always be a source of strength for me. Your support as we went thru chemo and reconstruction together is a dear memory. I will miss u greatly. Janice

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