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Betty A. Sweet

Published On: Jan 20 2013 03:29:13 PM CST
Betty A. Sweet

Betty A. Sweet, 92, of Bagley, WI, formerly of Cuba City, WI passed away on Sunday, January 20, 2013 at the Grant Regional Health Center in Lancaster, WI.

Services will be at 11:30am on Wednesday, January 23rd at the Haudenshield Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Cuba City, WI, with Pastor Pam Strakeljahn officiating. Burial will be at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Cuba City, WI. Friends may call from 4:30 to 7pm on Tuesday, January 22nd at the Haudenshield Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Cuba City, WI and on Wednesday from 10:30am till time of service at the funeral home.

Betty was born on January 6, 1921 to Clarence & Minnie (Speth) Schuster in Platteville, WI. She married Marion Carl Sweet on August 24, 1940 in Dubuque, IA. She enjoyed fishing, get-togethers with her Bagley friends, but most of all time spent with family and friends. She will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved her.

Betty is survived by 2 sons: David Sweet of Cuba City, WI and Dennis (Sharon) Sweet of Louisburg, WI; a daughter: Barb Brown of Holcomb, MS; 12 grandchildren; 24 great grandchildren; a brother, George (Marlene) Schuster of Kieler, WI; a brother-in-law, Mandel Funk of Lancaster, WI; a sister-in-law, Ila Mae Schuster of Platteville, WI. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Marion Carl (Sept. 17, 1996), an infant son, Robert, a son, Tom (Oct. 28, 2010), 2 sisters: Mildred Funk and Ruth Stanton and a great grandchild Allyson. In lieu of flowers a Betty A. Sweet Memorial Fund has been established.

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