Elizabeth WRIGHT (nee Galicki) Age 59. Beloved wife of William III. Dearest mother of William IV (Michelle) and Laura. Loving sister of Gerald (Nancy), Lloyd (Barbara) and Mary Mieskowski (Henry). Loving daughter of the late Alex and Carol Galicki. Dear aunt, friend and teacher to many.
PLEASE MEET AT CHURCH for the Mass of Christian Burial: Wednesday, October 7, 10:00 AM at Holy Family Church. Interment: Holy Cross Cemetery.
Visitation: Monday and Tuesday from 3-5 and 6-8 PM at The Zabor Funeral Home, 5680 Pearl Rd. Parma (betw. Snow and Ridge). In lieu of flowers donations to Holy Family School.
Messages of Condolence
Sorry to here about Betty’s passing. Please accept our deepest sympathy. We will be out of town this entire week. Love, Len and Eileen. .
Please accept my condolences, I saw the article in paper. Betty and I were in the Brownies together at St. Timothy school, and just last week I was looking at an old picture of our troop and picked Betty out immediately!
We are so sorry to hear of Mrs. Wright’s passing. We were lucky enough to have our children taught by Beth in the first grade. She was a kind and wonderful teacher. Our prayers are with your family at this most difficult time.
Pat & Nadine Talarico
So sad to hear that Aunt Betty passed. My best memories
are of visits with her during Thanksgiving in my youth. So smart, so funny, so sweet. Bill and Laura are wonderful people and which is a testiment to my Aunt Betty and Uncle Bill’s parenting.
We are unable to attend Aunt Betty’s funeral. We are sending a big hug from Sheila, Alexandria, Elizabeth, and Michael.
Rest in Peace Aunt Betty. You touched so many lives.
I was so saddened to hear of Betty’s passing. May love and fond memories sustain you in this difficult time.
On behalf of the DiMarino family, I extend my deepest sympathy to the family of Beth Wright. As a parent whose five children all graduated from Holy Family School, I was impressed with Mrs. Wright’s kindness and thoughtfulness. Whenever I saw her she always asked about each of our children, even though the only one she had as a teacher was our middle daughter while she was in first grade. I was also impressed with her patience whenever I observed her with her students. Certainly God has welcomed His loving servant Beth with open arms. May her loved ones find consolation in this thought and in our offer of prayerful remembrance of Mrs. Wright and her family.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you even though we are not able to be there in person. Aunt Betty was such a tremendous light in this world and she is missed by everyone. We had so much pleasure getting to know Bill during his time here in Atlanta while attending Emory. It only allowed us to feel closer to Aunt Betty and Uncle Bill. Aunt Betty will always be in our hearts. We love you all. Steve & Sonya
I worked with Beth at Marschalk Advertising in the early 70’s. Both of us were just out of college. She started a bit before I did, and was kind enough to show me the ropes. I remember her bright smile, great sense of humor, and patience in teaching others. I was very sad to read of her passing. Please accept my heartfelt condolences.
Betty and I go back to Hoban Dominican High School, class of 1968. She was sparkling–very pretty, perky, positive, and loving. She was a leader that would have catapulted to the top of any field that might interest her, and we saw how people-directed she was, sensitive to their feelings, interests and needs.
Pat Kehoe Campbell
Just heard about Betty’s passing. Betty and Dave and I would walk home together after school. We were all in the same grade at St. Timothy’s. She was always lots of fun and full of pep. We loved to complain to each other about our homework assignments. She lived very close to the school so she was always the first to get home. Dave and I eventually got married and our lives went in different directions than Betty’s but we remember her fondly as a good friend and grade school buddy. So sorry for your loss.
David A. Blaha & Juliann Vlna Blaha