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Betty Jean Dalbeck

November 12, 1929 — January 14, 2024

Worcester

 

Betty Jean Dalbeck died peacefully in her home on January 14, 2024 with her family by her side. She was predeceased by her beloved husband Wesley W. Dalbeck, married 67 years. They had five children; Nancy Dalbeck, John Dalbeck, Robert Dalbeck and wife Lynn, Helen Dalbeck and husband Alexis Pittman, Mary Ann Fournier and husband Roland; nine grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and many dear friends. Born in Worcester, MA, daughter of Paul D. Woodbury and Lillian M. Law. Following graduation in 1948 from Commerce High, she earned a secretarial certificate, working outside the home until marriage and children. She longed to pursue a higher education. Her hard work and perseverance paid off over the years with degrees in Business from Worcester Junior College 1977 and Clark University in 1982, one of her proudest accomplishments. 

Professionally she was a leader and teacher in the insurance field, largely at Hanover and State Mutual Company and served as past president of MA CPU. Betty was a long time member of the First Congregational Church, serving on several committees and sang like an angel in the church choir. She loved travelling with Wes, hosting Dalbeck Family Christmas and camping each summer on Site 5 at Camp Wellville. She and Wes were campers there for 57 years, 1958-2015.

Service and Visiting Hour will be Thursday, January 25, 2024

First Congregational Church 1070 Pleasant St Worcester MA 01602

Visiting Hour at 10 am  with a Funeral Service starting 11 am 

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Camp Wellville c/o Rollstone Congregational Church 

199 Main St Fitchburg, MA 01420

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