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LaBetta Tilley, 80

BENNINGTON, Vt. — LaBetta (Jean) Tilley, 80, a resident of Eagle Bridge, N.Y., passed away October 5, 2017, at her home. 

LaBetta was born in Bennington on September 13, 1937, the daughter of Arnold Noyce Bump and Lydia Juanita Young, and attended local schools. 

LaBetta enjoyed her home, crocheting, photography, listening to old country music and spending time with her family. 

LaBetta is survived by her children, Karen Page of Buskirk, N.Y., Bonnie-Jo Elliott of Bennington, James Elliott (Melody) of Cambridge, N.Y., Michael Scott Elliott (Joyce) of Bradford, N.H., William Perry Elliott and his partner Helen Muir of Newport, Vt., and John (Jack) Elliott of Eagle Bridge, N.Y.; brother Marshall Bump of Lovelady Texas; and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. 

She was preceded in death by her husband, Francis E.Tilley; and son Matthew Tilley. A

Funeral notice: At the request of the family there are no formal funeral services. If friends desire, memorial gifts in LaBetta's memory may be made to the St. Jude's Childrens Research Hospital, c/o Hanson-Walbridge & Shea Funeral Home, P.O. Box 957 Bennington, VT 05201.

Obituary Provided By: Covey, Allen & Shea Funeral & Cremation Service

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