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Elizabeth May "Betty" Marrier

October 26, 1928 — October 19, 2018

Fairfax / Richford-Elizabeth May (Bosley) Marrier, 89, passed away peacefully on October 19th, 2018 at Our Lady of the Meadows in Richford, VT. Betty was born on October 26th, 1928 in Colchester, the daughter of Raymond Bosley and Lillian (Gonyo) Bosley.

Elizabeth May (Betty) was married to Harvey Joesph Marrier on May 4th, 1946. The union blessed them with six children. She is survived by daughters Judith Letourneau of Berkshire, VT., Gloria LeClair and her husband Marcel of Essex Junction, VT., Mary Spaulding and companion James Ellsworth of Fairfax, VT., Sheila Marrier of Essex Junction, VT. and son Gary Marrier and his wife Darlene (Murray) Marrier of Montgomery Center, VT. Grandchildren Shaun and Michael Letourneau, Penny, Jeffrey and Holly LeCLair, Michael Spaulding, Brent and Jay Keith, Chastity and Jesse Marrier, Vicky and Philip Russell and spouses.

She is also survived by her great-grandchildren, Michael, Dora, Meagen, Tara, Owen, Clayton, Sophia, Corey, Jared, Alex, Zackery, Jeremy, Grace, Hunter, Michael, Branden, Brenden, Kayle, Thaddeus, Christian, Araceli, Caleb, Quentin, Ethan, Benjiman and great-great grandchildren Blaise, Zayne, Emmytt and Gemini.

Betty is also survived by her sister Shirley (Bosley) Delisle of Colchester, VT., Brother Thomas Bosley and his wife Sally of Underhill, VT., sisters-in law Francis, Marion and Joan Bosley Also sister-law Mary Jane and husband Donald King and any nieces, nephews and cherished friends.

Betty is predeceased by her husband Harvey Marrier Jr., son Harvey Marrier III, grandchildren Dale and Sheri Spaulding, her Father and Mother Raymond & Lillian Bosley, Father and Mother in-law Harvey Sr. and Ethel Marrier, son-in-law Rene Letourneau, brothers Raymond, Lawrence and Kenneth Bosley, sister Theresa and brothers-in-law Leo Martin and James Delisle.

Betty attended school in Colchester. After her marriage to Harvey, she was a life long home maker, wife and mother. They lived in Malletts Bay, VT. until they moved to Fletcher, VT.

Later she shared a beautiful home with Harvey on River Road in Fairfax, VT. at anytime you could see her working in her vegetable garden, or with all the flowers in her yard and along their walkways, then there were endless hours of mowing her lawn and on those sunny days always fresh laundry on the line.

Although she was not fond of large events she did enjoy spending time with her family over a small intimate meal or other special family occasions. For many years she enjoyed crocheting. Many a new baby was warmed by one of her beautiful blankets. Also she spent endless hours watching the birds at her feeders looking up new arrivals she didn't know in her bird books.

She also enjoyed watching Red Sox games, reading the news paper and eating chocolate ice cream. Decorating was her specialty inside her Fairfax apartment. Anyone that visited got to experience a home decorated with so much love for every holiday and season. Just outside the front door during the summer you could find her working in her flower garden or hanging our Countrys flag daily. She also enjoyed playing cards, yatzee and bingo.

But first and foremost she was a Wife, Daughter, Sister, Mother, Grand-mother, Great-grandmother, Great great-grandmother, Mother-in-law, Sister-in-law, Aunt and dearest friend to so very many. She will be so deeply missed.

Memorial contributions in Betty's name may be made to the American Heart Association, P.O. Box 417005, Boston, MA 02241.

A Funeral Service will be held on Friday, October 26th, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at the Holy Cross Church in Colchester, VT. Burial to follow in the Holy Cross Cemetery where she will join her husband Harvey.







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